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Reforming Public Administration In The Context Of The Eu Services Directive Implementation. A Case Study On The Business Registration Process In Romania

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  • Laura MINA


    (Faculty of Management, Administration and Public Management Department Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest)

  • Iuliana SCORTA


    (Faculty of Cibernetics, Informatics in Economy Department Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest)



    (Faculty of Cibernetics, Informatics in Economy Department Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest)



    (Faculty of Accounting and Management Information Systems, Managent Information Systems Department Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest)



    (Faculty of Cibernetics, Informatics in Economy Department Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest)

  • Codrin NISIOIU


    (Faculty of Cibernetics, Informatics in Economy Department Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest)

Romania is currently facing a lot of challanges in the public administration (PA) field. In this context probably one of the most pressing factors is the European Union integration process. Thus, starting with 2007, when Romania joined the European Union, it has become a necessity to build an European dimension of the PA reform process. In this paper, we are going to show how the European Union Services Directive implementation impacts on the PA reform process and also we are going to check if the outputs of the reform match the goals set by the Services Directive. Our whole approach is based on finding out the progresses and drawbacks associated with the business opening process, within the Romanian Trade Register Office.

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Paper provided by Research Centre in Public Administration and Public Services, Bucharest, Romania in its series Proceedings of the Fifth "Administration and Public Management" International Conference: "Public Institutions' Capacity to Implement the Administrative Reform Process", Bucharest, June 23-24, 2009 with number 30.

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Publication status: Published in the Proceedings of the Fifth Administration and Public Management International Conference. Public institutions’ capacity to implement the administrative reform process , Bucharest, June 23-24 2009, pages 307-315
Handle: RePEc:rom:confca:30
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