Spring School in Chisinau

DSC_0383CRPE – Moldova jointly with Moldovan State University and the University of Tartu in Estonia organized on 2 to 4 April 2014 Spring School “Good Governance – an essential tool for economic development”.

During the Spring School the selected students acquired the latest knowledge in the field of Good Governance. “Good Governance” is an issue of great importance for the quality of government understood as the manner and effects of exercising power, which basically comes down to the activity of administration. This factor largely affects the chances for the social and economic development of individual states.

The classes were conducted by professors from the universities that participate in the project: theoreticians and practitioners of modern administration.

The Spring School on Good Governance in the context of the European Integration offered:

  • An interdisciplinary intensive course and a forum for students and young professionals.
  • Well-known lectures and experts from Tartu University from Estonia, State University and Romanian Centre for European Policy.
  • Joint lectures on thematic issues with the active contribution of participants, and cultural events, as well.

Details about the event agenda are available here.

The presentation of the experts within the Spring School are available below:

„EU’s External Action”– Cristian Ghinea

„EU and Moldova – 4 years later” Cristian Ghinea

„How Estonian education corresponds to labor market needs” – Raul Eamets

„Reform process towards the EU. Lessons to be learned.” – Stefano Braghiroli

„European policies in energy sector” – Cristian Ghinea

„Functional reviews– supporting good governance in various sectors” – Dragoș Dinu

„Energy Sector Reform in Moldova” – Valentina Teosa

„Youth policy and student mobility in EU – Exchange programs” – Olga Bogdanova

„European financial crisis, recovery and futureprospective” – Raul Eamets

„Study case of a programming exercise” – Ciprian Ciucu

The importance of the European Funds in the cohession process; success stories and failures” – Stefano Baghiroli

„Mechanisms of good governance for sustainable development” – Kristina Tonnison

„Promoting/rethinking Good Governance in the Republic of Moldova” – Serghei Burgudji

„Reforming public administration in Republic of Moldova. Challenges and the role of EU” – Dragos Dinu

„Europe 2020 – Estonia 20202 – Moldova 2020; Are we on the right track?” Cristina Moraru, Vasilescu Grigore

This event took place within the project “Good Governance – an essential tool for economic development” funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia.