The research thesis will include an introductive chapter which will present the evolution of the public procurement legal framework in the EU and its implementation at national level after the 1st of January 2007, the date which Romania became a member state of the EU.
Another part will analyze and comment in detail the Romanian legal framework regarding public procurement with a strong accent on practical issues. This topic will include a presentation of the general and special conditions of the public procurement contracts finance by European funds. It will also put in light their particularities issued from European law special provisions.
The last part of the research thesis will have as objective a special exam on the legal responsibility which governs the spending of the European funds. This type of responsibility has many particular aspects which offer to the state authorities a disproportionate power in relation with the economic operators.