A Diagnosis Model of the Economical and Social differencies, as a Support for the Regional Development Policies
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The research idea of this paper is the diagnosis of the disparity among Romania’s developing regions and the issuing of economic policy measures for the polycentric development. The product of the research, thought as a diagnosis model, will be able to support the decision process, on the local and regional level, of the actors in different fields of the economic and social life. The research’s field of interest suggested by the paper complies with the concerns deriving from the new cohesion policy developed on the european level – “Regions for Economic Change”, the research proposed having the aim to provide solutions for the regional restructuring that depend on the traditional industries through developing some mechanisms of economic policy to support the cluster formation on regional or local level. The knowledge mobilization represents the solution that was accepted and developed within the paper for intelligent social network setting up, structures that use intensively the knowledge management, distributed technologies and competencies of the human resources within organizations and from outside. Concrete knowledge structuring and mobilization defined as expertise will allow to work out effectively and efficiently the objectives based on some dynamic learning processes, strategic planning and decision making, developing in this respect a system of knowledge management. the entire knowledge mobilizing approach will be made designing a social network of experts for the creation of knowledge in the shape of a generic knowledge model for every region (RGKM). The assessment of these models will be made on one hand by their comparison on the base of instantiation for every region and on the other hand by using all these instances in a case-based system that will aim at supporting the macro-regional diagnosis and will constitute a support in decision-making (formulation of some measures of economic and social policies).
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