Euroregion and Local Economic Development

Author:Roxana-Maria Toma
Position:Danubius University of Galati, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Romania
Performance and Risks in the European Economy
Euroregion and Local Economic Development
Roxana-Maria Toma
Abstract. Concerns for regional development p olicies and strategies ar e included in the classification based
on NUTS I, II, III, the European Union as a priority aiming to overcome the gap s between countries, ar eas,
regions, urban and rural non-discriminatory basis as balanced.
Keywords: region; Euro-region; local development framework; institutional framework;
1. Introduction
Lowered in the Romanian space, regionalization of the country concerned and the Government
recognizes the people and local authorities, seeking solutions that are on the one hand, to reduce the
administrative costs and on the other citizen, the focus of public action be as close to t he leadership in
the context of real autonomy and political democracy, to participate in local community development
and the region to which it belongs and to enjoy better conditions of life and civilization. This means
policies and strategies of public management, legal and efficient management of resources more
limited, collaboration, cooperation and collaboration, under proper coordination between regional and
local economic development - social development.
2. An Institutional Policy Framework Legislative Development and Regional U.E.
Development gaps that exist between U.E countries require the need to set the following objectives of
the Community regional policy:
promote economic and social progress in a balanced and feasible by strengthening
economic and social cohesion;
development and structural adjustment of regions with developmental delays;
conversion of areas seriously affected by industrial decline;
development of rural areas. This objective seeks to redistribute workforce traditional agriculture to
specific occupations in rural areas (rural tourism, handicraft micro-industrial);
development and structural adjustment of regions that have an extremely low population density
(less than 8 inhabitants per km2);
solidarity between regions prosperous and less prosperous areas in decline;
reduce the existing regional disparities with an emphasis on fostering the balanced development
and revitalization areas;
prevent production of new imbalances.
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