EU TRANSPARENCY AND CORRUPTION PREVENTION POLICIES WITHIN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
The second month of the Master is also completed.
The second training module carried out focused on “PUBLIC ECONOMY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION“.
Lessons were held on the founding principles of European economic and monetary integration policies; of economic strategies and procedures adopted by the EU for the integration of “pre-accession” states (eg IPA financial assistance programs), and the contents of the Agreements between the EU and the candidate States for accession to the EU have been studied EU. Other topics covered in class were: the functioning of EU funds, European programs and “pre-accession assistance” policies, the best and most recent corporate organizational strategies able to guarantee the correct functioning and implementation of best practices. within the public system etc.
The students carried out tests and classworks at the end of some lessons and were able to hold interesting debates with each other and with the teachers on the topics studied.
The study is very intense and the level of knowledge is growing rapidly.
The teaching material is made available to students before or after each lesson and the interaction with the teachers is constantly increasing.
We thank all the students for their attendance and collaboration and we thank the teachers, very prepared and available, who support them.
Below is a photo gallery of the second month of the course.