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A Servicity View on the Eu Projects

Adina Barbulescu and Alexandru Jivan
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Adina Barbulescu: West University of Timisoara, Romania
Alexandru Jivan: West University of Timisoara, Romania

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Abstract: The main purpose of our paper is to present a servicity view on the EU projects. The servicity concept, a widened approach of productivity, on the underlined renewing research lines, was firstly proposed at the 9th Seminar on the Service Economy in Geneva, September, 6th -7th, 1993 and firstly included in Jivan (1993). An EU project is a small part of an interdependent relation between European funding beneficiaries for the fulfillment of the three objectives of the regional development policy: convergence, regional competitiveness and employment, and European territorial cooperation. The main purpose of the EU projects implementation, from the servicity perspective, should be to pay more attention to the requirement of the complementarity of the EU projects with other development strategies, in order to strengthen the regional convergence. The main contribution of our paper consists in highlighting the actuality of the servicity concept for the EU projects, as a quality improving feature at an empirical level.

Keywords: knowledge-based society; servicity; EU projects (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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