The Romanian Administrative System - French Inspiration and National Adaptation
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The formation of the Romanian public administration presupposed a long process, throughout the centuries of a tumultuous history, as a result of Romania’s geographical position at the intersection of three great powers: the Ottoman Empire, Russia, and the Austro-Hungarian Empire. At different stages of their existence, the administration and the state structures were marked by the models of the three great powers.
The “modern” forms of administration emerged at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century; before that, there had been three Romanian principalities: Muntenia (Tara Romaneasca - the Romanian County), Moldavia, and Transilvania, each having its own institutions and administration.
This book describes the formation and evolution of the Romanian public administration starting with the second half of the 19th century to the present day.