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Studiu retrospectiv privind organizarea administrativ-teritorială a României, în ultimii 100 de ani

Antonescu, Daniela (2018): Studiu retrospectiv privind organizarea administrativ-teritorială a României, în ultimii 100 de ani.

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After long periods of historical turmoil, in-depth and repeated changes, accompanied by territorial and human sacrifice Romania feels in 1918 the fulfilling sentiment of the Great Union. The Romanian Kingdom achieved thus the highest of the ideals of the time: a single country, a single name, one people and such a sweet Romanian language. In the year 2018, on the occasion of celebrating the Centenary of the Great Union a series of academic initiatives will be launched to bring homage to this important historical event and which will provide for a full image of what meant these past 100 years of spiritual evolution, economic, social, institutional and cultural development of Romania nowadays. A particular significance have in this historical context the territorial-administrative reforms which left their fingerprint on the decisions of economic and social nature, and have influenced directly the national and regional evolution and development directions. If we were to regard them from an historical point of view, these reforms were neither easy nor few but, nevertheless, the language unity and historical aspirations thrived on leadig on the path to the current territorial configuration of the country. Taking into account all these aspects, the research paper intends to analyse the historical evolution of the main administrative-territorial reforms, of the institutions and specific mechanisms, as of 1918 up to date. De facto situations will be analysed along with changes of territorial nature that occurred in certain historical moments along with the conditions and factors that imposed them, and the institutional and legislative aspects that accompanied them, etc. At the same time, a series of statistical information of the time will be presented that will add harmoniously to the description of the territorial reforms, and bring to light new elements about the way in which these reforms were conducted and implemented on the ways and circumstances in which various administrative-territorial entities were created or abolished taking into account the whole historical, national and international context.

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