The Impact of European Funding on the Rural Labour Market
AbstractThe development of the Romanian rural area following the 1989 Revolution and until the present has undergone important variations in terms of economic and financial instruments. The failure of the support policy in the fields of agriculture and rural development during the first stages of transition was determined by the slow pace of the economic reform and shaping of the market-viable agricultural structures. The research undertaken allowed for the depiction of tendencies and theoretically and practically-fundamented conclusions for the efficient access and employment of European funding for rural development. The method for data collection and processing selected for both studies was the inquiry, while the research instrument employed was the survey. Other methods utilized in the present paper include the determination of causal relationships by means of the Hisquare criterion. The preamble of the study involved the analysis of the general regulatory framework of European funding for rural development in Romania. Research objectives aimed at the main cofinancing sources of private beneficiaries in Cluj county and beneficiaries’ assessment of project filing methods.
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