Organizační architektura správy regionálního rozvoje v evropském kontextu

Jiří Venclíček, Michal Matouš


Article concludes that organizational architecture of the public administration in the field of regional development cannot be based on isolated elements. Some research shows that the amount of allocated money from European Union funds is higher if the organizational structure is built on shared-rule principle. We suppose that successful allocation must follow the successful absorption, which affects the development of the region. While the success of allocation and absorption can be measured relatively easily, the success of regional development requires a specific long-term, interdisciplinary research. Nevertheless, at least in theory, article concluded that the success of all these elements is related to organizational structure, especially with principles of centralization and decentralization, respectively concentration and deconcentration in the planning and decision-making processes, because of the (not only) strong need for information.
Article is based on the fundamental principles of cohesion policy of the European Union. These principles are reviewed in environment of the Czech Republic. The partnership principle of cohesion policy cannot be seen as regional actor’s superiority over the central administration, but as strengthening information and coordination infrastructure. Specific knowledge about territory might not have only local self-government, but also territorially deconcentrated state administration. However, only self-government can create and implement political will of the local citizens to develop territory. State political will, derived from the parliament, could be too far from specific local conditions. Finally, article applies reached conclusions to the current situation in the Czech Republic (also in the light of integrated approaches).

Bibliografická citace

VENCLÍČEK, Jiří a Michal MATOUŠ. Organizační architektura správy regionálního rozvoje v evropském kontextu. Časopis pro právní vědu a praxi. [Online]. 2015, č. 4, s. 385-390. [cit. 2020-04-06]. Dostupné z:

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