Opportunities offered by the capital market for financing public administration
AbstractNowadays, covering the financial deficit of public administration in Romania is a difficult task, taking into consideration the fact that in a continous way, this institutional sector must implement and manage investment projects, that suit the local needs of Romanian colectivity and dynamize their adaption to the social,economical and political requirements of the integration in the European Union. Therefore, the alternative of financing through the capital market is well received by the public authorities, especially because there is a lack of flexibility and variety of financing possibilities for the public administration. The interest for this type of financing has increased over the time, once with becoming familiar with the mechanisms and advantages of such a type of financing by all entities that operate on the market (issuers, investors, intermediaries).
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 12558.
Date of creation: 10 May 2008
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Publication status: Published in Annals of Faculty of Economics, Oradea 1.1(2008): pp. 438-443
capital market; T-bonds; public debt management;
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