Networking a basic instrument for regional development
AbstractA successful regional development is support by an efficient communication. A modern and very useful tool for dissemination of information is the network. Romania benefits from Operational Programmes for 2007-2013, a lot of money that we need to spend wisely and to got development of local and regional areas. In the paper I present one instrument of regional development the Regional Operational Programme – Regio and its the communication network and demonstrate its usefulness for the successful of Regio implementation. I used strategic documents available on the European, National and regional institutions website and my personal experience achieved by working at the development of the Bucharest Ilfov Region, since 1999.
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communication networks; Regional Operational Programme; Managing Authorities;
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