Cooperate or not to cooperate? Czech municipalities (de)motivation as a lesson learned for other countries with space for IMC intensification or professionalization



Year of publication 2022
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Studia Regionalne i Lokalne
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Faculty of Economics and Administration

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Keywords inter-municipal cooperation; the Czech Republic; motivation
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Description Inter-municipal cooperation is a specific phenomenon in local public administration across the world. It is a concept that has been applied globally, particularly in countries with more fragmented local government. From the existing investigations dedicated to this specific issue carried out in the country, it appears that this model of local public administration is very often mentioned in this country, however, its real use in the territory by public administration even after a long period of its existence in this country still has a great potential for development and use even in comparison with foreign countries. The aim of this paper is to identify and map the motivation and willingness of municipalities in the country to cooperate to meet the current conditions.
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