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Why Public Procurement Does Not Work Properly In Central Europe Conditions?

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Rok publikování 2014
Druh Další prezentace na konferencích
Fakulta / Pracoviště MU

Ekonomicko-správní fakulta

Popis The world economy and particularly the advanced economies had slowed substantially in 2008, but have gone into deep recession in 2009. Some signs of returning to positive growth are visible from 2010, but important fiscal problems remain issue for many countries. The main goal of our paper is suggesting that between many existing solutions the Czech and the Slovak state shall focus on improving efficiency and effectiveness of public expenditures. To document the scale of inefficiencies in our public sectors we deliver in the second part of our paper more detailed analysis of the area, where large sums of public money are wasted – public procurement. Concerning the public procurement, our assumption is that the limited (see for example studies by Transparency International or the team from the Charles University) results of procurement procedures in our conditions are influenced by three core factors – general level of competiveness in the economy, level of corruption and “over-legalisation”. The first and second issues are frequently discussed in existing literature and we will only briefly mention them in the paper. The last aspect is really rarely investigated issue. However, especially in our and similar conditions, it is really important, as we found out by our research.
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