Todorescu No 2, Issue 1

(2014), No 2, Issue 1


Theoretical approaches on international projects/programs


Doru Cristian TODORESCU

Pages: 48-61


Abstract  ǀ  full text


The modern world of the beginning of the twenty-first century finds itself in a complex system of interdependences in which the economic factor has a definitive role to play. These realities produced by “the third wave” surprised both Europe and the rest of the world at the end of the sixth decade of the last century, trapped in an archaic depiction, but have resulted in a very different world. Project management has emerged in this process as a natural consequence of globalization processes manifested in all areas of economic, social, political, military, cultural, and legal. Whether it was the strategy of multinational companies or the visions of sociopolitical development of world states, the project in its essence as a possible solution to a problem has become a universally accepted way of getting things done, internationally. Conceiving performance projects that utilize resources effectively and respond timely to the needs of society has become the concern of specialists who founded and developed the science named management of international projects.


globalization, programs, projects, project management, community programs, project cycle management


Citing Literature

Doru Cristian Todorescu, Theoretical approaches on international projects/programs, Journal of Global Politics and Current Diplomacy, (2014), No 2, Issue 1: 48-61.




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