Danube Territorial Strategies

Authors

  • Manuela Panaitescu

Keywords:

European Strategy; Strategic Management

Abstract

The Danube region has been particularly affected by the economic consequences of the pandemic, so the recovery of the region's economy requires increased attention. The purpose of this article is to analyze the possibilities of financing through the Danube Transnational Program 2021-2027. It continues the previous research dedicated to the management of the projects implemented through the financing programs dedicated to the Danube Region. All the measures described in the program are based on the territorial strategy and must be seen in the broader context of existing strategic frameworks, such as the EUSDR (especially for PA7, PA8 and partly PA9), the Territorial Agenda 2030, the New Leipzig Charter, Recovery and Resilience Facility and the European Green Agreement.

References

Marchis G., Thinking and Acting in a Disrupted Europe, 2020, Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
Panaitescu M., Trandafir M., EUSDR - Strategic Management Opportunity for Financing European Projects, 2015, Journal of Danubian Studies and Research,
Panaitescu M., Danube Transnational Program - Project Management between Desiderata and Perspectives, 2017, Journal of Danubian Studies and Research,
Trandafir M., Panaitescu M., Macro-Regional Strategies in the European Union: Challenges and Opportunities, 2016, Journal of Danubian Studies and Research,
Danube Transnational Programme 2021-2027
www.danube-region.eu.
www.interreg-danube.eu.
www.southeast-europe.net/en/about_see/danubeprogramme/.

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Published

2022-01-27

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Section

Danubian Economy and Legislation