Absorbtia Fondurilor Structurale de Catre Universitatile Din Romania. Disfunctionalitati Institutionale - The Absorbtion Of Structural Funds By Universities In Romania. Institutional Problems (Romanian version)
AbstractUntil now universities in Romania are on the first places among the first institutions that have accessed European funding. Recently an article in the local press emphasized the fact that universities in Iasi have "infused" 82 million in city's economy. The entire amount approaches the annual budget of revenue of the City. Like all beneficiaries of EU funds, universities have to face the same bureaucracy that hinders the absorption of European funds. This does not preclude the continuation of projects in the partnerships established between universities from the consortium UNIVERSITARIA.
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Volume (Year): 1 (2011)
Issue (Month): (February)
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Structural Funds; projects; university partnerships; institutional problems.;
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