TITLE

MULTIANNUAL FINANCIAL PERSPECTIVE AS AN INSTRUMENT OF FINANCE MANAGEMENT BY LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN POLAND

AUTHOR(S)
Wołowiec, Tomasz; Reśko, Dariusz
PUB. DATE
January 2014
SOURCE
Ekonomické Rozhl'ady / Ecomomic Review;2014, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p45
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The implementation of primary functions of local development management, especially its planning, organising and controlling, cannot leave the financial aspects of these processes aside. This can be attributed to the fact that every decision taken in the commune concerning strategic or operational management is related to the necessity of making specific financial contributions or to the conscious resignation from obtaining income (tax relief s or exemptions). Moreover, the model of financial management adopted in a particular commune determines whether its financial methods and Instruments perform development or stagnation functions. The implementation of primary functions of local development management, its planning, organising and controlling in particular, cannot disregard the financial aspects of these processes.
ACCESSION #
95811931

 

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