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Matei, Ani; Matei, Lucica; Iancu, Diana-Camelia (2011)
Publisher: Molecular Diversity Preservation International
Journal: Administrative Sciences
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: internalization of norms, rule of law, Political institutions and public administration (General), JF20-2112, European Administrative Space, European Administrative Space; rule of law; internalization of norms
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The authors propose an analysis of the public administration reform in Romania by assessing whether the Romanian civil servants perform their duties according to the regulations of the European Administrative Space. The paper offers a socio-statistic perspective on the internalization of the European Administrative Space principles, namely, the rule of law, openness towards citizens, and public administration responsibility in a Romanian context, after the European Union accession. Designed within the framework of modern theories of organizational sociology that see internalization as a process of organizational learning and change, and using a relevant sample of Romanian civil servants, the paper offers important and useful results for the future Romanian policies and strategies in an integrated European arena.
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