THE REMUNERATION OF THE PUBLIC SECTOR PERSONNEL THESES AND ANALYSIS POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
Verginia Vedinas () and
Ioan Laurentiu Vedinas ()
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Verginia Vedinas: Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest
Ioan Laurentiu Vedinas: Alexandru Ioan Cuza Police Academy in Bucharest
Internal Auditing and Risk Management, 2016, vol. 42, issue 1, 199-204
This study aims to achieve an overall analysis of the personnel who work in the public authorities, in general, and in the administrative ones, in particular. In the context that the life and economy in Romania, as well as in other states, pass through a complex, difficult situation, in which the crisis' effects are prolonged in time, there is no doubt that the future situation of the states must consider both the economic side, the development of the economic sectors able to create added value, to fully exploit their potential and the human resources, the professional and moral quality of those who work within public authorities and institutions of the state in general and, especially, our analysis will cover the personnel salaries in the public sector, the errors that were made in this area and the consequences produced
Keywords: public administration; state; financial resources; human resources; development; quality; solutions; professionalization; public authorities; public institutions; personnel (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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