EIRP Proceedings, Vol 12 (2017)

Structural Instruments Ex-Post Comparative Analysis in Transport Sector

Erika Georgeta Kuciel

Abstract


Organizational performance is the result obtained with respect to the objectives, strategy andexpectations of staff and depends on quality, quantity, cost and time. For the organization, in order to achieveits objectives, it must accomplish tasks on time, low cost and high quality. In the 2007-2013 financialframework, using structural funds, the projects have been implemented in all fields by helping member statesto overcome the financial crisis, to rebuild their economies and to develop. Ex-post evaluation of the CohesionFund and the European Regional Development Fund has provided positive results beneficial for member states,both in terms of transport infrastructure, environment, labor and the support of small and medium enterprises.The aim of this paper is to present a comparative situation of 6 member states in transport sector. The objectiveof this article is to analyze the performance of these member states, through the 2007-2013 structuralinstruments. The concepts used are the performance of regional development and EU cohesion policy. Thisapproach is based on scientific research and theoretical documentation. The main methods employed were theobservation, the specialty literature and publications. The conclusion of this study is that the EU member stateswith a developed economy received less financial assistance than the other member states, some member stateshave had the ability to fully use the grants provided by the European Union, while other have not succeeded inthis, which generated the request of the state budget. The case study can be used in university as a frame ofreference in order to realize other comparative analysis.

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