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Author
Wallis Joe (American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates), Dollery Brian (Uniwersytet New England, Australia)
Title
Alternatywne mechanizmy rządzenia na szczeblu samorządów lokalnych z perspektywy nowej ekonomii instytucjonalnej
A New Institutional Perspective on Alternative Governance Mechanisms at the Local Government Level
Source
Zarządzanie Publiczne / Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie, 2010, nr 1 (11), s. 71-88, tab., bibliogr. 52 poz.
Keyword
Ekonomia instytucjonalna, Nowa Gospodarka, Nowa ekonomia, Samorząd terytorialny, Strategia zarządzania, Zarządzanie publiczne
Institutional economics, New Economy, New economy, Local government, Management strategy, Public governance
Note
streszcz., summ.
Abstract
Narzędzia nowej ekonomii instytucjonalnej (NEI) mogą być bardzo przydatne w próbach zrozumienia wzrastającej złożoności działań samorządów. Samorządy lokalne, starające się nawiązać partnerską współpracę z innymi organizacjami, muszą podjąć decyzję, czy rozwiązywać problemy koordynacji poziomej za pomocą mechanizmów rynkowych, hierarchicznych czy też sieciowych. NEI może wykazać, że tam, gdzie inne mechanizmy rządzenia są niepełne lub wiążą się z wysokimi kosztami transakcyjnymi, zaufanie i współpraca mogą się nieformalnie rozwijać jako część procesu, dzięki któremu interakcje o charakterze sieciowym "zakorzeniają się" w sobie nawzajem. Pokazujemy, jak można zmodyfikować omawiane podejście z uwzględnieniem ekspresyjnego wymiaru zachowania w sieciach opartych na nadziei, których członków wiążą nie tyle struktury zależności od zasobów, ile nadzieja na osiągnięcie wspólnych celów. By połączyć te sieci w partnerstwa z udziałem wielu organizacji, samorządy lokalne będą musiały podjąć się roli zarówno przywódcy, jak i facylitatora. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The "new institutional economics" (NIE) can go a long way toward comprehending the emerging complexities of local government. As local bodies seek to forge collaborative partnerships with other organizations, they have to decide whether to solve horizontal co-ordination problems through market, hierarchy or network mechanisms. NIE can show that where other governance mechanisms are incomplete or subject to high transaction costs, trust and cooperation can develop informally through the process by which network interactions become embedded within each other. We show how this approach can be revised to take into account the expressive dimension of behavior in hope- -based networks whose members are bound together not so much by structures of resource dependence as by the hope they place in the advancement of common goals. To co-ordinate these networks in multi-organizational partnerships, local authorities may have to play a transformational leadership as well as a facilitative role. (original abstract)
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