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Volume 110, 2021International Conference on Economics, Management and Technologies 2021 (ICEMT 2021)
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|Published online||11 June 2021|
Issues of building a model of a single executive vertical based on cooperative federalism in the aspect of municipal administration
Irkutsk Scientific Center of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Irkutsk, Lermontov str. 134, 664033, Russian Federation, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Despite the fact that the theory of endogenous growth states that economic growth is mainly the result of endogenous rather than external forces, however, the theory assigns the greatest role in this growth to investment in human capital, innovation, knowledge, etc. Because of this, the greatest attention in the aspect of economic development of territories is given to the nature of the implementation of national projects as locomotives of growth. However, their implementation at the regional and local level is hindered by the extreme lack of preparation of local and regional management in the field of their own project and organizational activities, as well as clear interaction among themselves. The solution to this problem is associated with a new stage of local self-government reform aimed at building a model of a single executive vertical based on cooperative federalism. In the article, the author analyses two main trends in the development of this model: management centralization and cooperation. It is established that centralization has affected all aspects and directions of the implementation of power, while the problem of cooperation and coordination of actions of individual branches, spheres and levels of government remains. The task is set, and certain steps are identified to implement a complementary combination of centralization and cooperation or coordination of actions at different levels of management.
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