Reperes De La Planification Stratégique Soutenable En Roumanie
The author presents four important stages of strategical planning in Romania after 1990: Outline of the Transition to a Market Economy in Romania (1990); The National Strategy for the Lead-up to the Accession of Romania to the EU (1995); The National Strategy for Economic and Social Development of Romania, 2000-2004 (2000); The National Strategy for Sustainable Development of Romania on the 2025 Horizon (2004).The author presents the main characteristics of the above-mentioned exercises of strategical sustainable planning as well as the assessment of their impact on the Romanian society at the time they were drawn up and in the future.
Volume (Year): 28 (2009(XIX))
Issue (Month): 1(37) (June)
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