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Romania Catching-Up Regions : Strategic Requirements for Organizational Models (Romanian)

Strategic requirements are a way to ensure that EU funds generate more value added than just the investments they finance. For the 2021-2027 programming period, Romania will receive around thirty billion Euro through European Structural and Investment Funds (ESFI). This sizable budget will help address a number of development challenges throughout the country. To be able to access these funds, Romania, as all other EU member states, has to meet a number of strategic requirements. Generally, these strategic requirements cover most sectors covered by EU funds, and include the national level and local levels, and from the managing authorities and intermediary bodies to end beneficiaries. Moreover, in addition to the minimum strategic requirements imposed by the European Commission, there are also a set of additional strategic requirements imposed by national governments. The report proposes a way to think about potential strategic requirements for the SUD 2021-2027, based on the types of organizational models that could be adopted. The report also discusses some of the risks that should be kept in mind when the decision for a SUD approach is taken, focusing on three types of risks: 1) contextual s; 2) implementation; and 3) collaboration.

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  • Author

    Kriss,Paul, Borkowska-Waszak,Sylwia Magdalena, Van Der Zwet,Arno, Ionescu-Heroiu,Marcel, Cristea,Marius, Silimela,Yondela Tembakazi, Bunding-Venter,Carli, Ivanov,Ioana, Taralunga,Nicolae, Racoviceanu,Sorina Constanta, Stadler,Reinhold-Lehel, Manea,Maria Magdalena, Vintan,Adina Dorina, Frant,Oana, Moldoveanu,George Alexandru, Ghintuiala,Daiana-Luisa

  • Document Date

    2019/12/01

  • Document Type

    Report

  • Report Number

    145526

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Romania,

  • Region

    Europe and Central Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/01/29

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Romania Catching-Up Regions : Strategic Requirements for Organizational Models

  • Keywords

    sanitary veterinary and food; organizational models; active labour market policy; access to quality services; Active Labor Market Policies; operation and maintenance cost; monitoring and evaluation system; healthcare system; reimbursable advisory services; Internal rate of return; political risk; labour market development; national public procurement legislation; broad range of stakeholders; flood risk management; Vocational and Technical Education; social and economic development; quality of higher education; assessment of market failure; monitoring and evaluation tool; monitoring and evaluation mechanism; access to essential service; legal point of view; national road safety strategy; urban development; large urban areas; project selection criteria; national economic growth; urban development strategy; national strategic framework; domestic policy objective; national policy framework; sustainable urban development; climate adaptation strategy; national strategic policy; kind of investment; data collection method; social inclusion policy; regional development agency; person with disability; senior operations; exchange of information; regional level analysis; drinking water directive; waste management plan; delegation of responsibility; administrative burden; water and wastewater; quantitative data collection; road safety target; lower secondary education; national urban policy; National Risk Assessment; local public good; size of population; source of funding; system education; Early childhood education; large metropolitan areas; variety of investment; mobility of student; support energy; verification of eligibility; energy efficiency improvement; allocation of fund; domestic policy framework; electronic data transmission; increasing energy efficiency; reduction of poverty; climate change projections; waste management investments; accordance with article; air quality plan; right of individual; urban development plan; unemployed young people; competence development; access to fund; risk assessment methodology; economies of scale; assessing learning outcome; central monitoring system; risk reduction investments; renewable energy target; disaster risk management; body in charge; national transport model; quality of education; mode of transport; administrative capacity; enabling conditions; state aid; local actors; urban authority; national authority; governance arrangement; legal framework; selection criterion; civil society; monitoring mechanism; urban regeneration; equal access; administrative boundary; fund allocations; financial instrument; city authority; Gender Equality; documentary requirement; social partner; national strategy; lagging region; financial allocation; thematic area; fund management; strategy development; Management Fund; social justice; draft regulation; core city; strategic objective; legal certainty; framework agreement; local development; selection procedures; national system; long-term care; winning bidder; eligibility criterion; Investment priorities; investment priority; administrative culture; municipal representative; administrative cost; strategic development; public authority; material deprivation; effective approach; responsible ministry; project risk; investment need; public consultation; urban agglomeration; operational implementation; positive impact; response measure; partnership contract; innovation diffusion; national state; Public Infrastructure; local stakeholder; urban population; national stock; consultative process; project finance; Vocational Training; national economy; forest fire; industrial accident; hazardous substance; integrated development; cost of option; cohesion policy; Employment Policies; non-governmental organization; employment policy; local situation; national regulation; legal form; internal procedure; geographical area; political situation; public policy; Capital Investments; gender dimension; marginalized communities; regional research; regional context

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Kriss,Paul Borkowska-Waszak,Sylwia Magdalena Van Der Zwet,Arno Ionescu-Heroiu,Marcel Cristea,Marius Silimela,Yondela Tembakazi Bunding-Venter,Carli Ivanov,Ioana Taralunga,Nicolae Racoviceanu,Sorina Constanta Stadler,Reinhold-Lehel Manea,Maria Magdalena Vintan,Adina Dorina Frant,Oana Moldoveanu,George Alexandru Ghintuiala,Daiana-Luisa

Romania Catching-Up Regions : Strategic Requirements for Organizational Models (Romanian). Romania: Catching-Up Regions Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/229441580287960157/Romania-Catching-Up-Regions-Strategic-Requirements-for-Organizational-Models