An integrated model of public asset management in Croatia


Commissioned by: Croatian Privatization Fund
Project duration: 2006
Project manager: Mustafa Nušinović, PhD


Starting from the normative and positive complexity of the problem, the authors in the Study explained the concept and elaborated the components of the integral model of integral management of state property, property rights and related obligations in the Republic of Croatia. The study has the characteristics of scientific research work and can be used as the basis for institutionalization and institualization of the new state property management system in the Republic of Croatia. The current system of state property management, property rights and related obligations lacks long-term guidelines. In the model of integral management of state property, property rights and related obligations, there are several key positions: separation of ownership from governance, establishment of the Central Register of State Property, property rights and related obligations, establishment of the Central State Property Fund, property rights and related liabilities, as well as the organization of the State Property Management Agency and obligations that will centrally manage state property, property rights and related obligations. The intention is to centralize state property management and decentralize the effects of state property management.

 

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