Regional Dimension of Romania in the New Global Context
When Romania's EU integration has brought joy to be apart became EU members and the responsibility to rise to the level of other EU countries. Fundamental challenge is for Romania, operating capacity of regional policy of arbitrary independent axes and influence the political dimension. Regional development policy is a set of measures planned and promoted by local and central public administration authorities, in partnership with different actors (private, public, volunteers) to ensure economic growth, dynamic and sustainable by building effective regional potential and local, to improve living conditions. Economy of a country, region or group of countries and the whole world, develops cyclically. This means that in certain periods of time, one country (a group of countries, etc..) Is characterized by a growing economy, followed by a limitation of extension, then a decrease, that stopping it. A stronger integration at both regional and world countries and population following the widespread introduction of information innovations that have led to significant reductions in transport and communication costs, eliminate artificial barriers that hinder the movement of goods, services , capital, knowledge and people between countries is that globalization is called a complex phenomenon.
Volume (Year): X (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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