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Local Public Administration Reform. The Romanian Case

Tudorel Andrei (), Marius Profiroiu and Mihai Turturean

Theoretical and Applied Economics, 2006, vol. 2(497), issue 2(497), 55-64

Abstract: The existence of an efficient and democratic administration is one of the main criteria of defining the modernity of a country. At this moment, Romania has not such an administration. That is why a major priority of Romania is to achieve, in a few years, a real reform through which the public administration in our country to achieve the European standards and to be defined by transparency, predictability, responsability, adaptability and effectiveness. As a fact, this is a profound reform. It is obvious that, in order to be successful, this reform cannot be performed exclusively through the effort and political will of more Governments. A joint and structural effort at the level of the entire society is necessary.

Keywords: public administration; descentralisation; reform; europeanisation; integration. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2006
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