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Sobol Agnieszka (University of Economics in Katowice, Poland)
Civic participation in terms of common goods
Ekonomia i Środowisko, 2017, nr 2 (61), s. 8-18, bibliogr. 23 poz.
Economics and Environment
Rozwój lokalny, Rozwój zrównoważony, Społeczeństwo obywatelskie
Local development, Sustainable development, Civic society
JEL Classification: H40; H49; R28
Civic participation is becoming more and more important topic of public discourse in Poland. Its meaning is analysed not only in terms of democratization process but also in practical terms of creating urban commons. Besides private and public goods these goods determine local development. The aim of the article is to identify connections between civic participation and creation of the urban commons. The article presents the mechanisms of governance in the process of local development and the tools of citizen's participation in the cities in Poland. The outcomes are the result of the detailed studies of theory and research, as well as own research and authors' observations related to the commons. (original abstract)
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