Growing Leaders: Public Policies Process in the Romanian Energy Sector along the Last Years
The paper contains the results of a special analysis developed by the authors in order to demonstrate how the public policy process in Romania evolved from the ethical perspective. The first part presents the main changes in the Romanian legal framework during the last four years and the key initiatives of the Romanian Government through General Secretariat of the Government and the Parliament related with these. The second part is about the implementation, in especially how the public policy process has been developed in our public sector with the main accent on the ethical dimension of it. The authors set up the main questions about the ethical dimension of the public policy process and received the data for our interpretations. Based on these, the authors identified the positive and negative aspects of the public policy process, the main reasons and their consequences. The last part of the paper contains key recommendations proposed by the authors for increasing the ethical dimension of the public policy process in the Romanian public sector, based on the best practices identified in other developed countries.
Volume (Year): 2011 (2011)
Issue (Month): 16 (June)
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