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The new Board of Directors of the Romanian Center for European Policies
Launching "State owned Companies – Preventing Corruption and State Capture" project
CRPE launched "The DNA Sustainability INDEX", 2nd edition
Legal education in schools - results of the evaluation

The new Board of Directors of the Romanian Center for European Policies

June 2016

Romanian Center for European Policies (CRPE) announces the formalisation of the composition of the new Board of Directors. Two of the former directors took on positions in the Government: Cristian Ghinea – Minister of European Funds, Dragoș Dinu – State Secretary at the Ministry of European Funds, while Ciprian Ciucu stepped down from his position […]

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Analysis of the Associative Agricultural Sector – a key factor for the development of agriculture in Romania

June 2016

In the context of the analysis of results of the programme ”Rural development through entrepreneurship and association” financed by Romanian-American Foundation, as well as of the public policies regarding the revitalization of the associative agricultural sector for economic purpose, namely the agricultural cooperatives, Romanian Center for European Policies launches the quantitative analysis of the sector. […]

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How important is TTIP for Romania?

April 2016

CRPE Policy Memo 69, Lucian Cernat. The Romanian Centre for European Policies launches the report ‘How important is TTIP for Romania?’. This contributes slightly differently to the analysis of the principal macro- and micro-economic elements of the Romanian economy linked to the negotiation of the free trade agreement (TTIP) between the European Union (EU) and the […]

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The implementation of EU standards on construction products in the Republic of Moldova: challenges and perspectives

February 2016

CRPE – R.Moldova launches the study “The implementation of EU standards on construction products in the Republic of Moldova: challenges and perspectives”, written by Iurii Socol, director of National Institute for Standardization and Inga Savin, affiliated expert at CRPE. The study is published within the project “Informing the public and stakeholders about European standards adopted […]

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JUSTICE Identifying top performers in the Romanian judicial system (SURVEY)

November 2015

CRPE Policy Report, November 2015 – Identifying top performers in the Romanian judicial system – Perception of the magistrates and reform proposals concerning the performance assessment system Authors: Bianca Toma, Cristian Ghinea, Survey/research: Oana Ganea The starting question: Does the Romanian judiciary have an individual and institutional performance assessment system to allow it to know, at any […]

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Pilot program for early prevention of corruption: Legal education in schools (the results of the evaluation)

April 2016

Over 90% of the high school students who participated in the demonstrative lessons in the framework of the educative pilot program „Education for Justice and Democracy – a citizen training program in schools” in Bucharest, appreciated as „useful” and „very useful” the information and content of the demonstrative lessons taught by prosecutors, judges, lawyers, notaries, […]

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Justice Reform and Anti Corruption: The DNA Sustainability INDEX

May 2016

CRPE Policy Memo 68, April 2016, Authors: Bianca Toma, Oana Ganea, Alexandru Damian. CRPE launched The DNA Sustainability Index, 2nd edition, – an overview of the current state of affairs and, after having consulted with the judiciary, experts, representatives of the civil society and experienced journalists in matters related to the judiciary, it pinpoints the stakeholders who […]

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Republic of Moldova on the edge of the abyss – the next step forward. Short assessment of the economic reform and some recommendations

April 2016

The Romanian Center for European Policies released the report „Republic of Moldova on the edge of the abyss – the next step forward. Short assessment of the economic reform and some recommendations”. The last 12 months have proven difficult for the Republic of Moldova. The delayed reforms in the fields of economy and justice, the […]

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Financing Roma Entrepreneurs: Case Studies and Proposals for Public Policies

January 2016

  Romanian Center for European Policies launches the policy-memo ‘Access to financing for roma entrepreneurs: case studies and proposals for public policies’, within Roma Entrepreneurship in Romania. Research on developing a financial instrument that would allow acces to micro credits for small Roma entrepreneurs project, funded by Open Society Institute. None of the successive national strategies regarding […]

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EURO 2019: We invited everyone to the wedding, but nodoby makes the preparations

September 2015

CRPE Policy Brief no. 39 Authors: Ruxandra Popescu, Ciprian Ciucu   The European project is incomplete without the adoption by the Member States of the single currency. Romania assumed 2019 as the year of euro accession, but the steps toward this objective are not visible yet and the debate is non-existent. CRPE releases the policy brief […]

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