THE EUROPE 2020 STRATEGY AND BENEFICIARIES OF STRUCTURAL FUNDS
Larisa-Diana Pop and
Proceedings of the INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE, 2017, vol. 11, issue 1, 120-128
This article investigates goal I ”Investing for growth and job creation “ of Europe 2020 Strategy and how it influences the small and medium enterprises sector. We look to show how both structural and government fund implements this indicator. From the point of view of the private beneficiaries, the investment decision is a financial one (profit is being pursued) and, in view of the structural funds allocated, it is desirable to achieve the objectives of the European Union policy. Human resource in this case may be called beneficiary demonstrated by project indicators. But unlike the beneficiaries defined by the guide, they do not have to meet eligibility criteria or to reach indicators of the program. Based on 2 structural funds and 3 government funds we find some patterns, which could explain why the human resource/employs may be called beneficiaries.
Keywords: structural funds; objectives; human resources; employees; applicants; beneficiaries (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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