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Romania Catching-Up Regions : Areas or Sectors for Interjurisdictional Cooperation (Romanian)

Jurisdictional boundaries, when they are drawn, try to find a balance between proximity to citizens and their needs and efficient service delivery, while taking a series of factors into consideration. As such, jurisdictions vary in size from country to country. While there is no evidence that smaller or larger jurisdictions have an influence on overall economic performance of a country, day-to-day practice indicates that existent jurisdictional boundaries rarely respond fully to public service delivery needs. For a variety of areas or sectors, interjurisdictional cooperation agreements are needed, and such agreements are in place virtually in every country. The scope of this report is to identify the public areas or sectors in Romania that would benefit from interjurisdictional cooperation agreements. The report is part of a suite of reports that aim to determine how partnerships between different jurisdictions could become eligible for EU financing in the 2021-2027 programming period. The report first looks at the experience of developed countries with interjurisdictional cooperation agreements and identifies a number of areas or sectors that are commonly subject to such agreements. Second, the report outlines the relevant Romanian legislation. Third, the report summarizes original World Bank research on the interjurisdictional cooperation areas or sectors that sub-national administrations identify as being of highest need. Lastly, the report identifies the area or sectors in Romania that are ideal candidates for sub-national interjurisdictional cooperation agreements, with more in-depth analyses on some of these key areas or sectors.

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  • Author

    Kriss,Paul, Ionescu-Heroiu,Marcel, Silimela,Yondela Tembakazi, Taralunga,Nicolae, Ivanov,Ioana, Cristea,Marius, Ghintuiala,Daiana-Luisa, Vintan,Adina Dorina, Moldoveanu,George Alexandru

  • Document Date

    2019/12/01

  • Document Type

    Report

  • Report Number

    145527

  • 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 : Areas or Sectors for Interjurisdictional Cooperation

  • Keywords

    law; efficiency investment; economies of scale and scope; rights of persons with disability; community public service; local public service; metropolitan area; vocational education and training; access to public information; Technical and Vocational Education; education and training system; quality early childhood education; Science and Technology; economic and social policy; network of bike path; products of animal origin; impact of climate change; reimbursable advisory services; water supply and sewerage; social health insurance system; broad range of stakeholders; occupational safety and health; Occupational health and safety; road transport service; maritime transport service; external information; urban development; water and wastewater; regional waste management; urban development strategy; Solid Waste Management; sustainable development strategy; research development; climate change adaptation; million people; urban development plan; local public administration; tourism and culture; flood protection measure; energy efficiency intervention; Research and Innovation; form of governance; ownership of asset; adult education center; implementation of law; form of discrimination; public transport network; social service provider; provisions of law; approval of rule; separation at source; development of infrastructure; direct government intervention; public health service; gas distribution network; protection of witnesses; bus rapid transit; intermodal freight transport; special educational facility; management of water; people with disability; public transport provision; district heating system; infrastructure and services; piece of legislation; quality of public; local public transport; transmission and distribution; natural tourism resource; intangible cultural heritage; regional transit system; local business association; managerial control; construction and operation; community health care; dangerous chemical substance; primary health care; educational service; information and communication; conservation of natural; management and administration; national forest fund; sustainable forest management; unemployment insurance system; Regional Studies; regional development strategy; adult vocational training; higher education law; providers of education; sustainable urban development; access to fund; trust and trustworthiness; vocational education law; primary education law; automotive technology; number of stations; environmental protection measures; European Economic Area; disaster emergency response; voluntary service; treatment of woman; tourism development strategy; acquisition of property; public service provision; land use plan; development of skill; number of pupils; public utility service; local public finance; water cycle management; land use planning; development of settlements; large urban areas; Economy and Finance; form of share; clean urban transport; provision of service; maintenance of road; increase energy efficiency; sustainable development plan; treatment of waste; drinking water supply; management of dam; management of forest; fight against discrimination; high density development; international economic relation; Association of Municipalities; outer ring road; public planning; regional innovation strategy; building social capital; treatment of wastewater; terms of knowledge; access to school; personal income tax; development of tourism; supply of capital; Innovation and Entrepreneurship; number of patents; disaster risk management; export of products; Regional Economic Development; cooperation and development; integration of foreigner; act of terrorism; illicit drug use; health of people; means of transport; toll collection system; intelligent transport system; allocation of fund; urban economic development; cooperation with employer; means of transportation; main urban areas; public health management; movement of people; low carbon economy; efficient service provision; areas of health; railway transport

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Citation

Kriss,Paul Ionescu-Heroiu,Marcel Silimela,Yondela Tembakazi Taralunga,Nicolae Ivanov,Ioana Cristea,Marius Ghintuiala,Daiana-Luisa Vintan,Adina Dorina Moldoveanu,George Alexandru

Romania Catching-Up Regions : Areas or Sectors for Interjurisdictional Cooperation (Romanian). Romania: Catching-Up Regions Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/710811580295490868/Romania-Catching-Up-Regions-Areas-or-Sectors-for-Interjurisdictional-Cooperation