Participatory budgeting is a democratic process which began in Porto Alegre one of the most populous cities in Brazil 30 years ago and citizens are directly involved in the allocation for a part of a public budget. Participatory Budgeting allows citizens to choose which projects should be financed and implemented by submitting investment proposals by open voting. We do not have an opportunity to mention a single participant budget model in practice. It has been seen that each country tries to develop different models based on its own unique conditions. The Porto Alegre model which the application first emerged as well as the participatory budgeting examples in the major cities of Seoul and Paris will be analyzed in this study. Seoul is a city with a population exceeding 10 million should be examined in terms of how the participatory budgeting practices would work on a large scale which we have seen many successful examples more in smaller-scale places.
|Journal Section||Economics and Administrative Sciences - Law|
Publication Date : June 29, 2020
|APA||Güneş, İ . (2020). Porto Alegre, Paris ve Seul Katılımcı Bütçe Modelleri . Afyon Kocatepe Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi , 22 (2) , 537-554 . DOI: 10.32709/akusosbil.552047|