Economic Growth and Cohesion in the Context of 2013 Romania’s Territorial Regionalization
Regional disparities are a priority both on the European agenda, and on the Romanian agenda of policy makers. The policy prescriptive character of the present paper aims to address the need to overcome regional disparities in the European framework in a context of continuously changing economic background. The comparative perspective on the European funds absorption in the Romania and the asymmetric distribution of resources between European member states, regions and social groups aiming to identify a legislative architecture that would increase the absorption of the European funds and will create an economic environment able to cope both with the challenges and the vulnerabilities of the 2014-2020 Romanian European funds absorption strategy in the context of regionalization.
Volume (Year): 5 (2013)
Issue (Month): 4 (December)
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