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The Developmental Horizon of the Main Participants in Middle Croatian Towns

Ivan ROGIĆ ; Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar, Zagreb

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str. 87-108

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The author develops in his paper a typological analysis of
the main developmental participants of middle Croatian
towns. The group of middle Croatian towns has been
defined according to R. Zimmermann's proposal. It includes
54 towns; among them the biggest is Zadar, and the
smallest Ludbreg. The purpose of this analysis is to
investigate to what extent the main developmental
participants in middle Croatian towns are capable of
performing a more active role in Croatian urbanization. This
role implies that middle Croatian towns accept the new
developmental obligations now exclusively situated in big
towns. The role has been defined in the Regional Planning
Strategy of the Republic of Croatia as its special objective. In
the analysis the author selects several main participants: the
national public, the communal public, the economic
participants originating from the primary, secondary, tertiary
and quartary sectors, government institutions, professional,
managing and social elites and the citizens. In the tradition
of these participants the dominant tendencies are those not
particularly inclined towards innovational risks. However, the
tendencies of excellence, especially in fields directed at
forming a homeland identity as well as in certain fields of the
economy (tourist trade, processing industry, etc.), reveal that
the participants analysed have the developmental potential
needed for surpassing the contemporary model of
urbanization. The author concludes that they should have
support in this, a "new alliance" with participants from the
governmental level who are analogously interested in the
tradition of excellence in Croatian development.

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