Regional planning has dif.ferent connotations and traditions in different cąuntries, and the intensity of regional planning efforts varies considerably between them. Differences are very considerable also among EEC c~.liltries (Williams, 1984) and basically depend on how political power is distributed among decision-makL~g bodies at various geographic levels in a nation. Regional planning may be exercised mainly by the centrai government and its planning agencies, or by local and regional decision-making organizations. This paper focuses on information as an input to the planning activity and policy ana.lysis of regional anthorities. It does so from the perspective of open economic regions that are vulnerable to external inflnences. In particular, experience gained in the design of an information and forecasting system for the Toscany region . in Italy is here described ( see also: Bianchi, Johansson, Snickars, 1984).
Operational Program Digital Poland, 2014-2020, Measure 2.3: Digital accessibility and usefulness of public sector information; funds from the European Regional Development Fund and national co-financing from the state budget.
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