Problems Of The Regional Development Management In Romania
In the context of Romania’s adhesion to the European Union, we should accurately evaluate the consequences of this process on the economic and social activity in a regional plan, due to the existence of some disparities between the development levels of different territorial administration units. Thus, at this stage, the local authorities get increased responsibilities concerning the economic growth, the finances and the local services administration, mainly the social care ones, social protection, learning- educational and health care ones. This responsibility transfer takes place in dynamic conditions, and the local authorities’ capacity to adapt to the new processes is significantly different from a region to another – increasing the risk of regional differences from the point of view of regional services delivery. .
Volume (Year): 13 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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