Romanian Public Sector Entities between Performance and Audit of Performance

  title={Romanian Public Sector Entities between Performance and Audit of Performance},
  author={Turlea Eugeniu and Stefanescu Aurelia and Dumitru Viorel},
  journal={Public Economics: Miscellaneous Issues eJournal},
Performance creation and measurment in the public sector entities has become a priority in the Romanian public sector. Limited resources, many and different requests for quality services compel the government to have a greater control upon the way of spending public money and providing economy, efficiency and effectiveness services. By this constructive research we define the performance concept, identify the ways of measuring and assessing the degree of performance achievement in the public… 
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