Regional development as a presumption of general development of society
J. Homolkahttps://doi.org/10.17221/5456-AGRICECONCitation:J. Homolka (2002): Regional development as a presumption of general development of society. Agric. Econ. – Czech, 48: 102-105.
The contribution firstly mentions a determination of possible approaches to the problems of regional development. The contribution content is the characteristics and comparison of the regional policy level in the European Union and the CzechRepublic. In the European Union, this policy has developed for a long time and it has been modified to the form which it has at the beginning of the 21st century. In this, it is a continuous process. On the contrary, in the Czech Republic during directive management, regional policy was not formulated and most of decisive processes were centralised. Since the beginning of 90ies, significant changes have taken place and in 2000 it was possible to say that the necessary presumptions for the use of efficient regional policy principles had been created.Keywords:
regional policy, economic development, integration, structural funds, euroregion