Transfonnacija sustava financiranja cestovne infrastrukture u Hrvatskoj
Road infrastructure as an inseparable element of community life and economy takes major position in a harmonized development of the process of simple reproduction and extended reproduction. This means that distortions in the segment of conceiving one consistent road infrastructure financing system yield a variety of negative implications reflecting themselves upon the road traffic subsystem and overall economic system. In this the facilities of road infrastructure develop into an element of destabilization of normal traffic system functioning being itself a subsystem of the economic system of Croatia keeping with it a dynamic interaction in the process of operation. This paper deals with respective distortions in the financing system and the necessity of its transformation within the scope of restructuring the Croatian economy. A basic prerequisite of the restructuring process rests in rational functioning of the investment activity which should be complex, comprehensive, and consistent without even minimum traces of being anemic, wavering or declarative
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