Information Services in New Integrated Planning as a Factor Determining the Development of Enterprises Cover Image

Usługi informacyjne w zakresie nowego zintegrowanego planowania jako czynnik determinujący rozwój przedsiębiorstw
Information Services in New Integrated Planning as a Factor Determining the Development of Enterprises

Author(s): Paweł Bartoszczuk, Monika Pękalska, Beata Stelmach-Fita
Subject(s): Business Economy / Management, Public Administration, Socio-Economic Research
Published by: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Pedagogicznego w Krakowie
Keywords: data integration; entrepreneurs; local government; monitoring of socio-economic and spatial changes; public administration;

Summary/Abstract: In the paper we discuss the need to monitor and share information on socio-economic and spatial phenomena at the regional level, which is now published and disseminated in various forms. This information has a multi-functional dimension, affects the decisions of public and economic entities, industrial enterprises or citizens. Properly organised knowledge about the region can become an incentive for creating territorial forms of business organisation. The main objective of the research is the assessment of information support for socio-economic and spatial development, assessment of methods for monitoring socio-economic and spatial changes that support the idea of integrated planning. In the article, the authors present further results of partial qualitative research undertaken by co-author Stelmach-Fita in 2010 and continued together in an extended scope from 2016. The joint research began with interviews conducted with representatives of marshal offices (responsible for planning development) and portal analyses. A questionnaire was then sent to three units of the 16 offices mentioned. The authors conclude that the identified problems arise from a flawed legal status and propose the creation of a new type of plan with regulatory and operational features for the entire municipality area, guidelines for drawing up spatial development plans for voivodeships. Technological and organisational possibilities of providing additional spatial data sets were demonstrated, provided they were adjusted to the requirements of Regional Spatial Information Infrastructures, as well as preparation and introduction of appropriate legal mechanisms. There is a need for further research development.

  • Issue Year: 32/2018
  • Issue No: 3
  • Page Range: 216-236
  • Page Count: 21
  • Language: Polish