Acta Universitatis Danubius. Administratio

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Frequency:  2 issues per year (1 September, 15 December)

Print ISSN: 2068 - 5459 

Online ISSN: 2069-9336
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The publication of a new journal Acta Universitatis Danubius. Administratio edited by Danubius University is more than welcomed. It continues university's tradition to publish one more in the Acta Universitatis Danubius Collection.

As we are now in a restructuring and consolidation process of the entire administrative system - the structure and officials - in order to connect the values of the European system, the publication of a new journal is a challenge for initiators and for collaborators as well, which are expected to develop their ideas for improving legislation, the practical activities of public administration, the act of justice in administrative litigation domain, public policy system, administrative management, etc.

The journal has the mission to distribute the results of scientific research of students, master and PhD students, professors of administrative sciences, the staff of local and central public administration institutions, the magistrates in order to preserve and promote the national elements, on one hand, and to assimilate the European element in the administrative system on the other hand.

The editorial board estimates that the assumed objectives of this journal could be achieved and the national and European cooperation would transform this goal into reality.

Gabriela Lupsan

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Vol 6, No 1 (2014)

Table of Contents

Articles

Legal Relationships Work in the European Union 5-15
Georgeta Modiga

The Civil Service Reform in the Context of Sustainable Development. A Comparison Between Romania and Italy 16-30
Bogdan Berceanu, Mihaela Carausan

Public Administration Professionalism and Political Changes in Albania under EU Consideration 31-42
Alba Robert Dumi

Convergence of the National Public Administration Systems within the European Union in the Context of the European Model Emergence 43-54
Cezar Corneliu Manda

Metropolitan Areas - Realities and Perspectives 55-60
Gina Livioara Goga

Assets Repatriation and Global Best Practices: Lessons for Nigeria 61-81
Abiodun Odusote

The Management of Public Policy in Education 82-93
Madlena Nen

Tax Reform and Fiscal Sustainability in Central and Eastern European Countries 94-100
Maria Isadora Lazar

The Right of Access to Its Own File 101-106
Gina Livioara Goga, Georgeta Modiga

Case Study

Efficient Mechanisms of Cooperation between Non-Governmental Organisations and Public Authorities 107-113
Rucsandra Filloreanu, Iulia Popescu, Gabriela Sinca