Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/86761
Type of publication: Straipsnis kituose recenzuojamuose leidiniuose / Article in other peer-reviewed editions (S5)
Field of Science: Vadyba / Management (S003)
Author(s): Žukovskis, Jan;Urmonienė, Daiva;Jodenytė, Rasa
Title: Savivaldos institucijų įtaka kaimo raidai, taikant institucinės priklausomybės modelį
Other Title: Influence of the Local Government Institutions on Rural Development through Institutional Dependence Model
Is part of: Kaimo raidos kryptys žinių visuomenėje : mokslo darbai / Šiaulių universitetas. Vilnius: BMK Leidykla, 2013, nr. 1(5)
Extent: p. 84-94
Date: 2013
Keywords: Kaimas;Kaimo vietovė;Kaimo vystymasis;Institucinės priklausomybės modelis;Savivaldos institucijos;Countryside;Rural areas;Rural development;Institutional dependence model;Local government institutions
Abstract: Savivalda, kaip vietinių gyventojų interesams atstovaujanti ir visuomeninį, politinį gyvenimą organizuojanti struktūra, užima svarbią vietą daugumos valstybių politinėse sistemose. Ji suvokiama kaip žemiausia, pilietinei visuomenei artimiausia politinės sistemos teritorinė grandis. Vietos savivaldos institucijos – savivaldybės ir seniūnijos geriausiai žino su kokiomis problemomis kasdieniame gyvenime susiduria gyventojai. Šios institucijos bando prisitaikyti prie pokyčių. Mokslininkų uždavinys – ištirti konkrečias vietos bendruomenių problemas ir poreikius, įvertinti pokyčių galimybes, sprendimų priėmimo ir vykdymo būdus savivaldos organizacijose, pateikti pasiūlymus
Self-government as a structure, representing the interests of the local residents and organising social and political life, plays an important role in many political systems of the country. It is perceived as the lowest and the closest territorial link of the political system to the civil society. Self-government institutions such as the municipality and eldership are aware of the problems faced by the local residents in everyday life. Local self-government institutions are trying to adapt to the changes which motivate to investigate specific community issues, opportunities and needs of the inevitable development of the area. Lithuanian rural development is inseparable from the long-term development of the European Union’s strategic directions and priorities. Recently, local authorities have become significant participants in the rural development. Self-government as a structure, representing the interests of the local residents and organising social and political life, plays an important role in many political systems of the country. It is perceived as the lowest and the closest territorial link of the political system to the civil society. It helps the citizens express their interests, control how those interests are being implemented and, at the same time, influence other institutions of the country. The relevance of the topic is related to the fact that the ever-changing environment provides people with new opportunities, but it causes a lot of problems as well. The changes have radically modified the concept of local development and activities: from a centralised model of transition to exogenous and endogenous decentralised model. The latter is based on local initiatives, resources, and innovations. The European rural development policy provides new functions for rural areas such as economic, social, environmental and territorial. [...]
Internet: http://su.lt/bylos/mokslo_leidiniai/Kaimas/2013_5/zukovskis_urmoniene_jodenyte.pdf
Affiliation(s): Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Žemės ūkio akademija
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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