The need for professional skills in the context of regional development in Romania

Assist. Prof. Cristina ILIE Ph.D candidate, Lecturer Andreea Mihaela NITĂ Ph.D

Abstract


In the context of the more frequent discussion of the concept of regional development in Romania and being very close to a territorial reorganization of our country in development regions corresponding to NUTS level II of the European Union, there is a need to make some forms of training in the regional development. Thus, in the summer of 2012 the Faculty of Social Sciences - University of Craiova and the Faculty of Sociology and Social Work in Bucharest conducted a study to identify the professional skills necessary in the context of Romania's territorial reorganization. The present article will make a statement of opinion survey results carried out in 6 counties of Romania and Bucharest, in order to identify some training courses in key areas of regional development.


Keywords


Romania; regional development; professional skills

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18533/ijbsr.v3i5.17

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