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Territorial Structures for Transborder Development; Efficiency and Financing

Florin-Marian Buhociu, George Schin, Dragos Horia Buhociu and Valentin Marian Antohi
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Florin-Marian Buhociu: Dunarea de Jos University of Galati, Romania
George Schin: Dunarea de Jos University of Galati, Romania
Dragos Horia Buhociu: Individual Architecture Office
Valentin Marian Antohi: Dunarea de Jos University of Galati, Romania

Risk in Contemporary Economy, 2017, 618-626

Abstract: The European Territorial Cooperation Groups (EGTCs) are modern structures that can bring more economic and social development to partner countries / regions. Taking into account the EU social and territorial cohesion policies, these new structures represent a concrete response to the needs of social and economic development of certain countries that have common borders and who want to capitalize on common resources on the respective territory. Each state or region can bring to this type of association the resources they want to share with other states in order to use them more efficiently. Within such territorial groupings can be funded various projects from European sources, among which Transnational Danube Program 2014-2020. We have also presented an European structure for territorial cooperation, one of the ESPON Program and the second BANAT-TRIPLEX CONFINIUM in Romania.

Date: 2017
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