Attestation committee
Accreditation committee
Expert committee
Dispositions, instructions
Normative acts
Scientific councils
Scientific advisers
Doctoral students
Postdoctoral students
CNAA logo

 română | русский | english

Legal-administrative regulatory instruments in the sector electronic communications

Author: Gasnaş Iurie
Degree:doctor of law
Speciality: 12.00.02 - Public Law (with specification: Constitutional, Administrative, Police, Military, Financial, Customs, Information, Ecological); Organization and Functioning of Law Institutions
Scientific adviser: Dumitru Grama
doctor, associate professor (docent), Institute of History of the ASM
Institution: Free International University of Moldova


The thesis was presented on the 26 January, 2017
Approved by NCAA on the 23 March, 2017


Adobe PDF document0.38 Mb / in romanian


CZU 342.951:654(043.3)

Adobe PDF document 1.33 Mb / in romanian
181 pages


legal-administrative instruments, electronic communications, regulatory framework, public administration, regulatory authority, entrepreneurship, competition, market, provider of electronic communications networks and/or services, end-user, Information Society


Thesis structure: introduction, 4 chapters, general conclusions and recommendations, bibliography of 443 titles, 158 pages of the main text. Obtained results are published in 11 scientific papers.

Field of studies: administrative law.

Goal of the work: the determination legal-administrative regulatory instruments the sector electronic communications by study of doctrinal concepts of national legislation and EU legislation and, identifies ways to streamline their, in the context the strategic direction RM towards European integration.

Оbjectives of the work: identification of the degree of researching electronic communications regulation in national and international literature; the evolution analysis of doctrinal concepts related to the state regulation of the economy in order to identify general trends of development in the sector electronic communications; making a multilateral study legislation on in the electronic communications field of the RM, the in conditions of public administration reform and european integration; identification and analyzing the specificities of decision-making process in the sector and highlighting ways to modernize; formulation and substantiation of proposals and recommendations aimed at improving the legal framework.

Scientific novelty and originality: lies in the fact that it is one of the first domestic researches in the field of law of RM, focused on the issue public administration’s (regulatory authority) role in organizing and managing in the sector electronic communications and research of administrative acts issued by the regulatory authorities, all of which will contribute to the enrichment of the doctrine, to the improvement of the legislation in force and its adjustment to EU standards.

Important scientific problem solved: is to identify legal-administrative regulatory instruments in electronic communications, their role and importance, to elucidation of the main weaknesses affecting them and identify ways to resolve them.

Theoretical significance: conclusions and opinions obtained in the conducted study, will bring contributions in depth knowledge of the legal-administrative regulatory instruments in the sector electronic communications, analyzes the legislation in force and the doctrine for the sector, what are beneficial the continuing development of science and administrative law.

Practical value of the thesis: research is teaching and research character, but also the application, the results can serve orientative reference points for the consequent research of the issue studied and they will bring beneficial contributions to the effort of the state authorities to rally the moldovan legislation to european standards.

Implementation of the scientific results: can be found in process of initiation, elaboration and development of draft legislation and strategic documents in the MTIC, and in the decision-making processes in the ANRCETI.