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Romania Catching-Up Regions : Organizational Models for Interjurisdictional Agreements (English)

This report is part of a body of work that looks at various aspects of interjurisdiction cooperation, from assessing sectors or areas for interjurisdictional cooperation in Romania to exploring international case studies and drawing key lessons to inform the 2021-2027 programming period, with a focus on the 39 Article 7 urban areas. The report first examines how the sustainable urban development (SUD) approach has been applied across the European Union (EU) and analyzes several case studies in more depth. It then examines organizational models that have been used in Romania to date and concludes by making recommendations on how these can be further refined to enhance their performance. The case studies in the report focus primarily on EU countries that had substantial SUD 2014-2020 allocations, or innovative SUD approaches.




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

Romania Catching-Up Regions : Organizational Models for Interjurisdictional Agreements (English). Romania: Catching-Up Regions Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.