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USERS’ ACCESSIBILITY TO SERVICES OF GENERAL INTEREST IN ROMANIA. A CASE STUDY IN THE NORTH-EAST REGION

Daniela Constantin (), Tudorel Andrei (), Raluca Mariana Grosu () and Alina Profiroiu
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Raluca Mariana Grosu: Bucharest University of Economic Studies

Proceedings of Administration and Public Management International Conference, 2013, vol. 9, issue 1, 305-311

Abstract: Starting from the role that services of general interest play within the territorial cohesion policy, this paper proposes a case study focusing on the sewage services, addressed from the perspective of users’ accessibility. The analysis is undertaken in the North-East region of Romania, being based on questionnaire distributed to localities of the six counties of this region. The results indicate, in general, a difficult access to the sewage services in the North-East Region of households, individuals, and businesses, both at regional and county levels. Also, important disparities at county level in terms of users’ accessibility to sewage services are highlighted.

Keywords: services of general interest; sewage services; user; accessibility; Romania sis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013
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