Financing resources available for local economic development


  • Ileana-Cosînzeana VELICU Lecturer Ph.Dc. Spiru Haret University


development funds, municipal bonds, public-private partnership, bank loans, economic development, resources, local authorities


This paper reveals that domestic credit is becoming more involved in local economic development, even if it is considered an expensive resource. The loans are presented as a resource available for various “actors” of the local community – individuals, business agents and local authorities. 


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How to Cite

VELICU, I.-C. (2012). Financing resources available for local economic development. Annals of Spiru Haret University. Economic Series, 12(1), 25–36. Retrieved from