Rethinking Innovation: Context and Gender

Manuela Mece, Nild Malindi

Abstract


In one decade few main cities of Albania experienced a doubling of their population density, creating a number of serious constraints to sustainable development. With the new territorial division no bright future is ahead for the inhabitants of those cities. New local administration will orient its focus and efforts to the existing urban settlements as the legal framework is clearer for offering such services to urban population. This study intends to make a depiction of local government challenges and efforts for accomplishing its tasks of serving the citizens and on the other hand create the right foundations/infrastructure for the development of the city. Therefore the major concern of the study is to investigate the effective use by the Local government units of the Infrastructure Impact Tax as an instrument for regulating the infrastructural planning and development in a city.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2016.v5n1p343


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