TITLE

LEGAL ACTS SYSTEM FORMATTING PECULIARITIES OF KARST REGION ECONOMIES MANAGEMENT

AUTHOR(S)
Kripaitis, Rolandas
PUB. DATE
March 2010
SOURCE
Management Theory & Studies for Rural Business & Infrastructure ;2010, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p68
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
North Lithuania karst region is one of the most conflicting from interest compatibility in ecological, economic and social point-of-views; i.e. from the point-of-view of sustainable development. All European Union State members, including Lithuania have committed themselves to implement the principles of sustainable development. Moving to such kind of development coordination of political-legal activities, such as regulation methods to solve environmental problems and other methods to eliminate economic activities' influence on environment are inevitable. The state through different legal laws has to ensure the best karst region resource protection, its use effectiveness as well as their careful and timely check. Research aims at offering karst region economies management legal acts system improvement as well as formatting directions. The article presents economy management legal acts system in karst region. During the period of 1977-2009 over thirty legal acts present both chronological as well as sustainable devopment points-of-view. The research results are relevant and also significant in reformatting legal acts management system. The research also defined regional legal acts improvement directions and formatting peculiarities.
ACCESSION #
48735883

 

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