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Mogućnost unapređenja vertikalne integracije u teoriji planiranja
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Geografski fakultet

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Problemi i tendencije razvoja geoprostornih sistema Republike Srbije (MPNTR - 176017)

Ključne reči: vertikalna integracija; teritorijalni nivoi; upravljanje na više nivoa; reciprocitet i supsidijarnost
Sažetak
U uslovima globalizacije i decentralizacije striktna podela nadležnosti između različitih teritorijalnih nivoa uprave po principu odozgo- nadole ili odozdo-nagore dovodi do fragmentacije u odlučivanju i dezintegracije u ukupnom sistemu upravljanja i planiranja (održivog) razvoja. Dezintegracija proizvodi disfunkcionalnost koja štetno utiče na planiranje u celini, ugrožava njegovu efikasnost, te dovodi u pitanje i samu svrhu njegovog postojanja. Zato se poslednjih decenija u teoriji planiranja pokušavaju pronaći načini za primenu integralnog pristupa kojim bi se teritorijalni nivoi adekvatno povezali u planskom sistemu. U radu se u odnosu na prethodne pristupe i promenjen ukupni kontekst u kojem se planiranje odvija daju osnovne preporuke za unapređenje vertikalne integracije teritorijalnih nivoa uprave. One se, pre svega odnose na primenu principa reciprociteta i supsidijarnosti i koncepta 'upravljanja na više nivoa' pri podeli nadležnosti u upravljanju i planiranju između teritorijalnih nivoa uprave, u cilju pomeranja od njihovog tradicionalnog hijerarhijskog ka partnerskom odnosu.
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