СONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE DECENTRALIZATION OF STATE REGULATION OF SOCIAL-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTJournal: University Economic Bulletin. Collection of scientific articles of scientists and post-graduate students (Vol.1, No. 27)
Publication Date: 2015-10-10
Authors : Demchak Ruslan;
Page : 88-92
Keywords : decentralization; government regulation; economic and social development;
The article of research are theoretical and practical questions of decentralization of state levers and mechanisms of adjusting of socio-economic development. A research aim is determination of conceptual principles of budgetary decentralization, determination of basic tasks and risks of her practical realization. Totality of scientific methods and approaches is in-process applied, including system, analytical, comparative, factor methods, that gave an opportunity to provide conceptual unity of research. The article deals with the basic conceptual framework for the decentralization of State regulation of the socio-economic development. Analyzed the problem of the evolution of approaches to public administration decentralization in the context of the best European practices. The main problems, threats, opportunities and benefits of decentralization of State regulation of socìal′no-economic development in Ukraine. The brought results over can be used scientific and practical spheres of the budgetary-tax adjusting and state administration. Decentralization of government control of socio-economic development envisages fundamental alteration of mechanism of government, embracing staples: fiscal, financial, social politicians. In addition, with the aim of grant to local authorities of sufficient resources and plenary powers, it is necessary to define the new legal terms of activity of local authorities. A main conceptual base for decentralization of government control of socio-economic development is not only allocation of resources and plenary powers but also to responsibility for development of regions between state and local power.
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