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2015 | 3(33) | 84-105
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Od menedżeryzmu do przedsiębiorczości: transformacja procesu rządzenia miastami w późnym kapitalizmie

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From managerialism to entrepreneurialism: The transformation in urban governance in late capitalism
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PL
W ostatnich latach proces rządzenia (governance) miastami coraz bardziej koncentruje się na poszukiwaniu nowych sposobów pobudzania rozwoju lokalnego oraz wzrostu zatrudnienia. Tego rodzaju wiara w przedsiębiorczość kontrastuje z praktykami zarządzania z wcześniejszych dekad, które skupiały się przede wszystkim na świadczeniu usług, budowie obiektów użyteczności publicznej oraz zapewnianiu różnego rodzaju udogodnień mieszkańcom miast. W niniejszym artykule autor analizuje kontekst przejścia od menedżeryzmu do przedsiębiorczości , wskazuje na mechanizmy konkurencji między miastami kształtujące uzyskiwane przez nie wyniki, a także na określone oddziaływania makroekonomiczne. Przyjęte przez niego podejście umożliwia dokonanie głębszej analizy związków zachodzących między zmianą polityk i rozwojem gospodarczym w czasach charakteryzujących się znaczną niestabilnością gospodarczą i polityczną.
EN
In recent years, urban governance has become increasingly preoccupied with the exploration of new ways in which to foster and encourage local development and employment growth. Such an entrepreneurial stance contrasts with the managerial practices of earlier decades which primarily focussed on the local provision of services, facilities and benefits to urban populations. This paper explores the context of this shift from managerialism to entrepreneurialism in urban governance and seeks to show how mechanisms of inter–urban competition shape outcomes and generate macroeconomic consequences. The relations between urban change and economic development are thereby brought into focus in a period characterised by considerable economic and political instability.
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  • School of Geography, University of Oxford
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