DEFINING AND MEASURING PUBLIC SECTOR EMPLOYMENT: ROMANIA'S CASE
Journal of Community Positive Practices, 2012, issue 4, 667-680
This paper is about the number of public sector employees in Romania. Subsequent research questions relate to defining what is the public sector in Romania, what are the data sources on employment in public sector units, which is the quality of the data provided and what are the solutions for improvement of administrative records. The study is based on a desk-review of national and international studies on public sector employment and examination of different national data sources for statistics on public sector. The study provides recommendations for improving data accuracy, directed mainly to the Ministry of Public Finance.
Keywords: public sector employment; administrative data sources; government employees; public personnel (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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