StatusThe thesis was presented on the 15 January, 2010
Approved by NCAA on the 29 April, 2010
Abstract– 0.31 Mb / in romanian
From the structural point of view, the thesis consists of introduction, four chapters, conclusions and recommendations, bibliography of 222 titles, 160 pages of basic text.The results obtained were published in 19 scientific papers.
The thesis performs a comparative analysis and assesses the results of the authentic processes of "Europeanization" and "privatization" of public services in terms of specific regulatory framework in the context of implementation of European principles governing public administration.
The purpose and objectives of the paper are represented by the complex comparative study of similarities and differences in the regulation of legal framework of the civil service in the EU from the access, design and execution of the public servant's career and mobility based on legal principles.
The novelty and scientific originality of the thesis consists in formulating certain theoretical and practical conclusions and putting forward proposals for law ferenda, logically resulting from the investigations carried out, contributing to expanding the doctrine of the issues concerned, to the improvement of the legislation in force, logically integrated with the existing international and national regulations.
The theoretical importance and applied value of the work is determined by the possibility of using the proposals. For Romania and Moldova, which are in full process of public administration reform, the whole problem of the study presented is extremely useful in foundating and guiding the general and sectoral strategies aimed at generating a legal regulation of civil service consistent with those of the EU countries which have an extensive administrative culture. In this context, the present study. The paper may serve as didactic support for students, master students and candidates for a doctor’s degree of law faculties, and for experts in the field. Also, the work addresses to persons from legal education and scientific research.
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