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Journal of Competitiveness

Economic Development of Municipalities Depending on Project Management and Territorial Planning

Ortová Martina, Řehořová Pavla

Keywords:
region, hypothesis, project management, territorial planning, economic and social development, municipality, dependence analysis

Abstract:
The Faculty of Economics of the Technical University of Liberec has gained access to the research project WD-30-07-1 “Innovation Approach to Analysis of Disparities on Regional Level” (acronym: InoReDis). The project is been financed by the Ministry for Regional Development in the years 2007 – 2011. The Department of Business Administration (FE, TUL) within the InoReDis project conducted a full-area survey, using a questionnaire (the range: 6,249 municipalities, i.e. all municipalities in the Czech Republic). It was aimed at soliciting for the subjective views of mayors/mayoress on the economic and social situation in their municipalities. A total of 1,357 responses were received. Regarding the extent of the survey these two hypotheses were chosen: H0 (a) Improvement of economic situation in a municipal-ity is not dependent on the number of realized projects, and H0 (b) Improvement of economic situation in a municipality is not dependent on the existence of an updated territorial plan. In the first part of the paper, the methodologies of the full-area questionnaire survey were briefly presented with the reasons of realization and short results. The subsequent parts verify the relationship between the variables in the hypotheses. Hence, they focus on the relations among economic development of the municipality, project management and the existence of territorial plan.

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