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Romania

  • Călin E. Hinţea
  • Adrian V. Hudrea
  • Dan O. Balica
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Part of the Public Sector Organizations book series (PSO)

Abstract

Even though it is a worldwide phenomenon, agencification does not take just one form. Depending on the governmental infrastructure and customs, social structures and external relations, the phenomenon can take different forms from state to state. In this chapter the Romanian agency model is described, with a focus on its institutional framework, internal characteristics and present evolutions.

Keywords

Civil Servant State Budget Policy Field Management Autonomy Parent Ministry 
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© Călin E. Hinţea, Adrian V. Hudrea and Dan O. Balica 2012

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  • Călin E. Hinţea
  • Adrian V. Hudrea
  • Dan O. Balica

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