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Author
Piecuch Jakub (Uniwersytet Rolniczy im. Hugona Kołłątaja w Krakowie)
Title
Rola struktury administracyjnej kraju w rozwoju hiszpańskich wspólnot autonomicznych
The Role of the Administrative Structure in Spanish Autonomous Communities Development
Source
Prace Naukowe Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego we Wrocławiu, 2009, nr 46, s. 523-532, rys., tab., bibliogr. 10 poz.
Issue title
Gospodarka lokalna i regionalna w teorii i praktyce
Keyword
Decentralizacja, Region, Autonomia lokalna, Sytuacja społeczno-ekonomiczna
Decentralization, Region, Local autonomy, Social and economic conditions
Note
summ.
Country
Hiszpania
Spain
Abstract
W artykule analizą objęto hiszpańskie wspólnoty autonomiczne, czyli jednostki terytorialne noszące w nomenklaturze Unii Europejskiej symbol NTS-2. Artykuł oparty jest zarówno na analizie publikacji instytucji hiszpańskich, jak i unijnych. Wykorzystano w nim bazy danych statystycznych Instituto National de Estadistica oraz Eurostatu. Analiza obejmuje okres ostatnich trzydziestu lat, od momentu przywrócenia demokracji i uchwalenia konstytucji w 1978 r. do chwili obecnej. (fragment tekstu)

The shape of present-day Spain is determined by actions heading towards prevention of the country's disintegration into a large number of small political formations. In accordance with the Constitution, State of Autonomies was designed to consolidate the country, with a simultaneous decision to gradually decentralize and delegate power among newly created Autonomous Communities. As a result, the so-called "asymmetry" may be observed in the process of transferring responsibilities and fiscal entitlements to regional governments. Some regions, namely those with more experience in self-governing, obtained immediately a high level of responsibilities, while others gradually increased them for years. The process of public power devolution between regions in Spain provides an excellent example for Poland. (original abstract)
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Bibliography
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ISSN
1899-3192
Language
pol
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