Author: Elka Vasileva
State Property Management is a comprehensive and structured approach to long-term property management as a tool for efficient and effective delivery of public services and goods in support of a higher quality of life and the well-being of citizens. The publication explores the theoretical and practical-applied issues related to the management of state property by clarifying its theoretical-methodological basis and evolutionary development, focusing on the specificity of public state property. An attempt is made for problem-oriented analysis of the existing deficits in selected key problem areas of activity, which interact to the greatest extent and influence the effectiveness of the implemented regional policy and the development of the regions. Suggested guidelines for improving State Property Management for more effective regional development.
JEL: K11, P14, R58