Subject and Keywords:
There are two foremost reasons to address state involvement in enterprise development — an issue which most often tends to be analysed from the standpoint of functions of public administration in the economy — namely the intensity and the extent of the introduced changes. The aim of this study is thus to demonstrate that the policy the state adopts to promote development has particular ramifications, both for the normative and functional sphere, as well as — quite notably — for the structures of public administration. New organisational and functional solutions within public administration are implemented to streamline its activities and to build rational administration. Shaping a new model of administration or, alternatively, its reorganisation to arrive at structures which match social-economic needs, requires fundamental systemic premises to be taken into account.