THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BRASOV GROWTH POLE
Daniela Manea and
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Aida Catana: Economic Cybernetics and Statistic Doctoral School, Bucharest
Daniela Manea: Economic Cybernetics and Statistic Doctoral School, Bucharest
Emilia Titan: Economic Cybernetics and Statistic Doctoral School, Bucharest
Network Intelligence Studies, 2016, issue 8, 171-177
The demographic dynamics analysed in the context of the relationship between economic development and social inclusion presents an image of the sustainable development of a community as well as the manner how the financial resources have been used. With an allocation of 74.3 million euro in the programming period 2007-2013, the Brasov Growth Pole has pursued the contribution to the achievement of sustainable development since 2005 by the participation in the Agenda 21. The implementation of projects with European financing in areas such as transport, social and educational infrastructure or tourism have generated changes/demographic movements, which this paper proposes to present. The evolution of the stable population, its dynamics at the level of each locality that is part of the Brasov growth pole as well as the dynamics of the number of employees or the development of the unemployment rate are presented by the cluster analysis. The effects of the European financing obtained from Regional Operational Programme 2007-2013 are thus reflected in the sustainable development of the Brasov growth pole from the point of view of the dynamics of the population.
Keywords: Growth pole; European Structural Funds; Demographic Dynamics (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: H76 R12 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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