StatusThe thesis was presented on the 5 March, 2010
Approved by NCAA on the 5 July, 2010
Abstract– 3.76 Mb / in romanian
The structure of the thesis: introduction, 4 chapters, conclusions and letters of recommendation, 109 sources of bibliography, 8 annexes, 118 pages of basic text, 13 figures, 1 formula and 2 tables included. The obtained results are published in 11 scientific works, a monograph included.
The domain of the study: local public administration.Aim and objectives of the thesis: the investigation and the elaboration of the conceptual basis of the management of the public officer’s activity from the town-house and on the basis of this, the determination of the main directions and applicative measures for the development of the management modernization of the public officer’s activity in the local administration from Romania:
The theoretical signification of the thesis is revealed in the analysis results of the evolution of the management concepts and actual tendencies of this development; the grounding of the structural-theoretical and functional-operational concepts through systematic approach and through the using aspects of the philosophical categories – the form and the contents, represented in the scheme issuedby the author, regarding the links among them and its sharing on levels; the identification of the essential concepts of the public leading function and mutual links among the administration resources.
The applicative value of the work is determined by the recommendations included in the work, which implementation will increase the management efficiency of the officer’s of the local public authorities from the town-house.Scientific results implementation. The main results of the thesis were related and discussed at the meetings of management chairs (2007-2009) and at the meeting of the profile scientific seminar of the Free International University of Moldova. The compiled materials in the work were presented and exposed within different scientific-practical conferences and symposium, seminars and sessions of scientific communications.