Regionalization And Decentralization, Necessary Measures For Local Development
AbstractThe European framework provides a comprehensive, general, complex but clear definition of the concept of territorial cohesion, with a highlighter as clear as the objectives that need to be pursued, trough convergence with promoting economic and social cohesion, and a detailing of the principles to follow for good commissioning practice of the desideratum of harmonious and homogeneous development of the territory. In Romania, the territorial administrative reorganization by creating the institutional framework for the functioning of territorial administrative regions and continuing the reform in public administration with an emphasis on growth of local collectivity’s autonomy by really triggering the decentralization process by respecting the subsidiary principle can be implemented by a series of supported measures. Along with the preparation and implementation of a regional development policy and starting with outlining the developing regions, there will be created the necessary institutions to coordinate this policy. Their main role, besides designing and implementing a regional development strategy, will become the management of European grant funds.
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Volume (Year): 23 (2013)
Issue (Month): Special ()
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regionalization; decentralization; local development;
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