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Romania Catching-Up Regions : Interjurisdictional Cooperation Models (Romanian)

This report explores interjurisdictional cooperation models through three broad lenses: i) International case studies; ii) Romanian legislative framework governing interjurisdictional organizations; and iii) examples of interjurisdictional cooperation institutions in Romania. On the basis of these, key observations and recommendations are made with the intent of informing both the Romanian government and EU as part of the 2021-2027 programming period.

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  • Author

    Kriss,Paul, Ivanov,Ioana, Taralunga,Nicolae, Racoviceanu,Sorina Constanta, Stadler,Reinhold-Lehel, Ghintuiala,Daiana-Luisa, Ionescu-Heroiu,Marcel, Silimela,Yondela Tembakazi, Vintan,Adina Dorina, Moldoveanu,George Alexandru, Sfarlea,Eva Viorela

  • Document Date

    2021/02/01

  • Document Type

    Working Paper

  • Report Number

    145525

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Romania,

  • Region

    Europe and Central Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2021/02/02

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Romania Catching-Up Regions : Interjurisdictional Cooperation Models

  • Keywords

    cooperation model; metropolitan area; technology transfer to sme; administrative agreement; preservation of natural resource; reimbursable advisory services; broad range of stakeholders; high quality of life; urban development; economic development plan; law; maintenance of road; access to training; provision of infrastructure; transfer of resource; public private partnership; transfer power; rules of procedure; growth and development; public service agency; service delivery functions; cooperation between municipalities; water and wastewater; Solid Waste Management; urban development strategy; cooperation and development; shift of power; private sector partner; flood risk management; Sustainable Economic Development; public sector capacity; international experiences show; mode of transport; private sector involvement; dynamics of innovation; management of service; metropolitan transport system; environment fund; greenhouse gas emission; treatment of waste; electricity and gas; legislative framework; elected representative; Intermunicipal Cooperation; Urban Renewal; public action; rural transportation infrastructure; urban agglomeration; administrative boundary; urban community; lagging region; Public Services; financial instrument; territorial development; social housing; population census; Flood Prevention; elected officials; legal instrument; organizational structure; transport authority; big city; urban economy; social cohesion; non-governmental organization; territorial planning; green space; local development; metropolitan council; administrative framework; territorial collectivities; spatial distribution; Public Transport; quality service; functional characteristic; statistical data; policy regard; innovative forms; metropolitan governance; international exchange; rail network; public network; local initiative; agricultural land; innovative economy; leisure facilities; Public Transportation; integrated development; regional strategy; formal entity; planning authority; local council; cooperation initiative; institutional approach; governance arrangement; digital development; government cooperation; school transport; administrative capacity; core city; new house; international good; urban investment; civil society; partnership agreement; legal basis; strategic objective; paradigm shift; commercial company; legal framework; infrastructure necessary; commercial contract; population size; electric vehicle; aquatic environment; Urban Planning; new concept; urban districts; urban space; waste collection; regional context; research program; financial contribution; research institution; research institutions; Higher Education; sports facilities; fixed point; action programs; flat-rate tax; undeveloped property; Property tax; pooling scheme; political group; charge transfer; evaluation commission; financial future; telecommunications network; incentive mechanism; disadvantaged people; city policy; Housing Policy; service contract; asset renewal; staff costs; local housing; beneficiary municipality; contractual arrangement; city councilors; urban transport; public space; parking area; social integration; prevention mechanism; land reserve; municipal taxation; spatial development; housing stock; multimodal transport; economic competitiveness; industrial base; town center; new technology; dynamic environment; new market; strategic management; noise pollution; Real estate; tertiary sector; financial service; energy transition; international dimension; balanced development; fundamental research; international airport; strategic issue; international market; street furniture; city politics; new competence; accessible housing; cooperation population; funding mechanism; energy security; entrepreneurial spirit; national interest; economic region; social inequality; road development; Global Warming; economic sector; political objective; regional imbalances; targeted assistance; legal base; legislative limitations; international case

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Citation

Kriss,Paul Ivanov,Ioana Taralunga,Nicolae Racoviceanu,Sorina Constanta Stadler,Reinhold-Lehel Ghintuiala,Daiana-Luisa Ionescu-Heroiu,Marcel Silimela,Yondela Tembakazi Vintan,Adina Dorina Moldoveanu,George Alexandru Sfarlea,Eva Viorela

Romania Catching-Up Regions : Interjurisdictional Cooperation Models (Romanian). Romania: Catching-Up Regions Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/338051580282390068/Romania-Catching-Up-Regions-Interjurisdictional-Cooperation-Models