Intervention priorities for economic development in the crossborder area Romania-Ukraine-Republic of Moldova - A’WOT analysis approach
Marcela Șlusarciuc () and
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Marcela Șlusarciuc: „Ștefan cel Mare” University of Suceava, Romania
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Eastern Journal of European Studies, 2013, vol. 4(2), 75-94
The aim of the paper is to establish the future intervention priorities in building a new programme that would target the economic development in the research area. The used methodology included an adapted A’WOT analysis - an initial SWOT analysis and a prioritization of the items through an expert questionnaire. In the present paper we analyze the experts’ opinions and the areas where intervention is needed for the optimum strategies for the 2014-2020 financial frame. These should rely on the strengths in the Guidelines for Applicants, the rules for projects implementation and the institutional system, it should consider changes on the weak points concerning the programme objectives, the Guidelines for Applicants and the beneficiaries consultations, it should make use of opportunities coming from the crossborder status, European Union frame and economic opportunities and overcome the differences coming from crossborder status, membership of two different supranational structures and the economic gaps.
Keywords: crossborder cooperation; economic development; A’WOT analysis; SWOT analysis; Joint Operational Program Romania-Ukraine-Republic of Moldova (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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