Monitoring and project evaluation as a principle of following efficiency of adopted measures
M. Hrabánkováhttps://doi.org/10.17221/5276-AGRICECONCitation:Hrabánková M. (2003): Monitoring and project evaluation as a principle of following efficiency of adopted measures. Agric. Econ. – Czech, 49: 128-132.
The contribution supplies an outline of indicators, through which benefits from projects will be followed, that are prepared for usage in the LFA areas. It will be necessary to use the monitoring system for realisation of measures suggested on the base of the research project. The main task is to follow the efficiency of adopted measures for the individual environment sections, to evaluate efficiency of subsidies and finances from the EU funds. From the hitherto results, it is obvious on which measures are the prepared projects oriented at and by what indicators it will be possible to evaluate outputs, results and impacts of realised projects. The prepared system will enable feedback on decisions regarding efficiency of the realised measures in the monitored areas.Keywords:
monitoring system, efficiency evaluation of measures, project realisation control, indicators, outputs, results, impacts, objectives, risks