Model delegirane suradnje kao smjer razvoja politike razvojne suradnje Republike Hrvatske
Author(s): Vlatka Bilas, Nina Borovac
Delegated cooperation as a model for the further enhancement of the development cooperation policy of the Republic of Croatia
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Politics, Economy, Supranational / Global Economy, EU-Accession / EU-DEvelopment
Published by: Notitia d.o.o.
Keywords: development cooperation policy; delegated cooperation model; Republic of Croatia; European Unions
Summary/Abstract: The main aim of this study is to determine possible strategic guidance for increasing the effectiveness of implementing the development cooperation policy in the Republic of Croatia, bearing in mind its membership of the European Union and the fact that, since 2011, the Republic of Croatia has been officially classified as an international donor. Thus, taking into consideration the limited financial resources available for the implementation of this policy, the analysis in this study proposes a model of delegated cooperation as a possible strategic commitment on the part of the Republic of Croatia in policy implementation in the coming period. The delegated cooperation model should be considered in the context of the Republic of Croatia’s meeting its commitments towards the European Union and the global donor community, as well as guidance for alignment with current global donor trends in policy implementation. Furthermore, it should be seen as beneficial in terms of achieving the visibility of the Republic of Croatia as a donor country, its proliferation through comparative advantage, and the withdrawal of European Union funds in order to achieve its own benefits and ultimate fulfilment of global development goals. In order to achieve this, structural changes should be introduced regarding the necessary political commitments and appropriate institutional and procedural reforms. In this respect, the need to introduce changes in the existing political system of the Republic of Croatia should be considered.
- Issue Year: 1/2015
- Issue No: 1
- Page Range: 41-53
- Page Count: 13
- Language: Croatian