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  1. 1. CHOOSING THE MOST SUITABLE PROJECT MANAGEMENT METHODOLOGY — 30 March 2022

    Authors:   • Diana Andreea (DUMITRACHE) ROTARU, email: diandreea.rotaru@gmail.com, Afiliation: University “Valahia” of Targoviste, Romania
    Abstract: During last decades, project management growth rapidly. It developed from a couple fields of application including civil construction, engineering, an

    No 62 - Supplement June 2021 > CHOOSING THE MOST SUITABLE PROJECT MANAGEMENT METHODOLOGY

  2. 2. DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIO-EMOTIONAL SKILLS — 30 March 2022

    Authors:   • Florica ROTARU, email: Valahia University of Targoviste, Romania, Afiliation: miu.rotaru.florica@gmail.com
    Abstract: In social and emotional development is the foundation of realities and interactions that give meaning to the experiences of children at home, from kin

    No 62 - Supplement June 2021 > DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIO-EMOTIONAL SKILLS

  3. 3. INITIATIVES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF EQUESTRIAN TOURISM IN ROMANIA — 30 March 2022

    Authors:   • Mihaela SARAFEȘCU, email: mihaelasarafescu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: University Ștefan cel Mare Suceava, Romania
    Abstract: Equestrian tourism is a fast growing sector in Romania, considered as a form of active recreation, adventure tourism, ecotourism or nature-based touri

    No 62 - Supplement June 2021 > INITIATIVES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF EQUESTRIAN TOURISM IN ROMANIA

  4. 4. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF EUROPEAN PROJECTS AT THE LEVEL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION AND ROMANIA IN THE PERIOD 2007-2013 AND 2014-2020 — 30 March 2022

    Authors:   • Liliana CHIHAIA (SAVA), email: lilianasava74@gmail.com , Afiliation: “Ștefan cel Mare” University of Suceava, Romania  • Diakoniuk Oleksandr, email: alex.dyakonyuk@gmail.com, Afiliation: “Ștefan cel Mare” University of Suceava, Romania
    Abstract: The EU’s Structural and Investment Funds are the EU’s largest regional investment program, supporting the social and economic development

    No 62 - Supplement June 2021 > COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF EUROPEAN PROJECTS AT THE LEVEL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION AND ROMANIA IN THE PERIOD 2007-2013 AND 2014-2020

  5. 5. EU SOCIAL PROGRESS INDEX - SHORT AUDIT OF QUALITY OF LIFE AND SOCIAL WELFARE IN ROMANIA — 22 December 2021

    Authors:   • Radu GHEORGHE, email: radu.gheorghe@univath.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The EU Social Progress Index is a measure of societal development and quality of life at the regional level. Practically it measures social progress i

    No 64 - December 2021 > EU SOCIAL PROGRESS INDEX - SHORT AUDIT OF QUALITY OF LIFE AND SOCIAL WELFARE IN ROMANIA

  6. 6. FINANCIAL REPORTING IN THE CONTEXT OF THE APPLICATION OF INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING STANDARDS — 22 December 2021

    Authors:   • Anca Alexandra PANTAZI, email: pantazi.anca@gmail.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania  • Emilia VASILE, email: rector@univath.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: With the help of IFRSs, any entity can present and prepare its financial statements on the same basis as any other entity in any state that applies IF

    No 64 - December 2021 > FINANCIAL REPORTING IN THE CONTEXT OF THE APPLICATION OF INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING STANDARDS

  7. 7. THE ANALYSIS OF APPETITE TO SPECULATE FOR THE BROKERS IN ROMANIAN CAPITAL MARKET — 21 December 2014

    Authors:   • Ioana Cristina SECHEL, PhD., email: isechel@yahoo.com , ioana.sechel@econ.ubbcluj.ro, Afiliation: Babes-Bolyai University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration
    Abstract: It is known that the personality of each individual has multiple facets in relation to the behavior found in everyday life and to investors on the sto

    No 36 - December 2014 > THE ANALYSIS OF APPETITE TO SPECULATE FOR THE BROKERS IN ROMANIAN CAPITAL MARKET

  8. 8. THE IMPORTANCE OF INTERNAL AUDIT IN OPTIMIZING MANAGEMENT PROCESSES — 21 December 2014

    Authors:   • Adelina DUMITRESCU – PECULEA, email: dumitrescu.peculea@snspa.ro, Afiliation: Lecturer, Ph.D. National University of Political Studies and Public Administration  • George CALOTA, email: gcalota2003@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Lecturer, Ph.D. “Athenaeum” University of Bucharest
    Abstract: Future development directions are a continuation of that which already exists, are driven by the wish of continuous improvement and are influenced by

    No 36 - December 2014 > THE IMPORTANCE OF INTERNAL AUDIT IN OPTIMIZING MANAGEMENT PROCESSES

  9. 9. EUROPEAN ACCOUNTING HARMONIZATION BEFORE&AFTER 1978 — 21 December 2014

    Authors:   • IBRAHIM MERT, Phd. Student, email: ibrahimm1508@yahoo.com  • HUSEYIN MERT,Phd., Assistant Professor, email: huseyin.mert@okan.edu.tr
    Abstract: Objectives: The purpose of this study has been to (a) measure the growth of exports for five of the six core EU founders (Belgium, France, Italy, Luxe

    No 33 - March 2014 > EUROPEAN ACCOUNTING HARMONIZATION BEFORE&AFTER 1978

  10. 10. LABOR ISSUES DURING THE ECONOMIC CRISIS — 21 December 2014

    Authors:   • Burghelea Cristina, email: crystachy@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania  • Gheorghiu Anda, email: andagheorghiu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania  • Aceleanu Mirela Ionela, email: aceleanu_mirela@yahoo.com, Afiliation: The Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, Romania  • Gheorghiu Anca, email: ancagheorghiu@gmail.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The labor market is a special type of market, whose object of transaction is the labor. In modern economies, workers sell their labor services to hold

    No 33 - March 2014 > LABOR ISSUES DURING THE ECONOMIC CRISIS

  11. 11. PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP RISKS IN THE CONTEXT OF EMPLOYMENT — 21 December 2014

    Authors:   • PhD Student Andreea – Monica PREDONU, email: monica.predonu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Bucharest University of Economic Studies Institute for Doctoral Studies  • PhD Student Monica – Gabriela GHERMAN, email: monicagherman24@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Bucharest University of Economic Studies Institute for Doctoral Studies
    Abstract: The process of globalization has a direct impact on the rule of law, being accepted the idea that the state institutions can not solve social problems

    No 33 - March 2014 > PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP RISKS IN THE CONTEXT OF EMPLOYMENT

  12. 12. MODELLING THE RISK OF MORTALITY IN ROMANIA — 21 December 2014

    Authors:   • Tiberiu DIACONESCU, email: diaconescutiberiu@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institutul de Prognoză Economică, Academia Română
    Abstract: In the last 3 centuries, researchers from different area of expertise, such as, demographers, medical doctors and actuarial mathematicians, have been

    No 33 - March 2014 > MODELLING THE RISK OF MORTALITY IN ROMANIA

  13. 13. CHINA STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT ON ECONOMY DEVELOPMENT — 23 December 2014

    Authors:   • Phd. Candidate Mrs. Chai Feng xia, email: Joybird387@hotmail.comm, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania  • PhD. Candidate Mr. Issam MF SALTAJI, email: createmyworld@mail.ru, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: China is an important emerging country; has transferred from planned economy to market economy after strong and strict experience of communism, which

    No 32 - December 2013 > CHINA STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT ON ECONOMY DEVELOPMENT

  14. 14. ROMANIA ACHIEVING THE EUROPE 2020 STRATEGIES — 23 December 2014

    Authors:   • Cristina BURGHELEA, email: crystachy@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University Bucharest, Romania  • Miron DUMITRESCU, email: miron.dumitrescu@hyperion.ro, Afiliation: Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania  • Constantin Octavian BURGHELEA, email: octavian.burghelea@printec.ro, Afiliation: Printec Group România
    Abstract: The shift from physical capital growth based on endogenous growth (based on human capital, knowledge and innovation, R&D) is one of the solutions

    No 32 - December 2013 > ROMANIA ACHIEVING THE EUROPE 2020 STRATEGIES

  15. 15. IMPACT OF INVESTMENT IN HUMAN CAPITAL AND RISKS ARISING FROM THESE — 23 December 2014

    Authors:   • PhD student Andreea – Monica PREDONU, email: monica.predonu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest Institute for Doctoral Studies
    Abstract: This paper aims to examine the importance of investment in human capital in Romania and the European Union in order to establish the main developments

    No 31 - September 2013 > IMPACT OF INVESTMENT IN HUMAN CAPITAL AND RISKS ARISING FROM THESE

  16. 16. A HISTORICAL OVERWIEW OF ACCOUNTING IN TURKEY — 23 December 2014

    Authors:   • Ibrahim MERT, PhD Student, email: ibrahimm1508@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Iasi Faculty of Economy and Business Administration (FEAA)
    Abstract: Objectives: The purpose of this article was to review the historical evolution of accounting in the late Ottoman Empire and the modern Republic of Tur

    No 31 - September 2013 > A HISTORICAL OVERWIEW OF ACCOUNTING IN TURKEY

  17. 17. ANALYSIS OF LABOR MIGRATION AT NATIONAL LEVEL — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • Cristina BURGHELEA, email: crystachy@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania  • Miron DUMITRESCU, email: a3du2005@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania  • Irina LAZAR, email: aurel.marin@yahoo.com, Afiliation: PhD Student, Faculty of Geography, Bucharest University, Romania
    Abstract: Article is intended to describe the general aspects of migration, labor migration from Romania and how this phenomenon affects the labor market at nat

    No 30 - June 2013 > ANALYSIS OF LABOR MIGRATION AT NATIONAL LEVEL

  18. 18. SOME ASPECTS REGARDING PERSONAL CONTINOUS TRAINING FOR MEMBERS OF SPECIAL FORCES — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • Catalin-Razvan PARASCHIV, email: cataparas@yahoo.com, Afiliation: National Institute of Economic Research
    Abstract: Individual assessment is nowadays an increasingly important human resources management applied in national and international branches. The system of i

    No 30 - June 2013 > SOME ASPECTS REGARDING PERSONAL CONTINOUS TRAINING FOR MEMBERS OF SPECIAL FORCES

  19. 19. ROMANIA\'S INDUSTRIAL POLICY TOWARDS THE 2020 STRATEGY28 CASE STUDY – MECHATRONICS — 24 December 2014

    Authors:   • Carmen Beatrice PAUNA, PhD., CS I, email: carmenbpauna@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institute of Economic Forecasting  • Tiberiu DIACONESCU, PhD Student, assistant, email: diaconescutiberiu@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institute of Economic Forecasting  • Daniel COSNITA, email: dc@inpulse.ro, Afiliation: President of Romanian Cluster Association
    Abstract: Within the 2020 Strategy, the European Commission launched in 2010 a new industrial policy strategy that outlined the actions needed in order to st

    No 30 - June 2013 > ROMANIA\'S INDUSTRIAL POLICY TOWARDS THE 2020 STRATEGY28 CASE STUDY – MECHATRONICS

  20. 20. THE FISCAL-BUDGETARY POLICY MIX AND GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ECONOMIC-FINANCIAL CRISIS — 24 December 2014

    Authors:   • Assistant Alina Georgiana Solomon, Ph.D Candidate, email: alinagsolomon@yahoo.com, Afiliation: ”Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University of Bucharest, Faculty of Finances, Banks and Accountancy,
    Abstract: The existence of fiscal theories in economic activity was perceived differently from one historical stage to another, from one state to another or fro

    No 30 - June 2013 > THE FISCAL-BUDGETARY POLICY MIX AND GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ECONOMIC-FINANCIAL CRISIS

  21. 21. CHANGES IN THE HOUSEHOLDS CONSUMPTION PATTERNS IN ROMANIA AND THE EU COUNTRIES - HOW MUCH IMPACT OF THE GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS? — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • Marioara IORDAN, email: miordan@ipe.ro, mioaraiordan@hotmail.com, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting, Bucharest, Romania  • Mihaela-Nona CHILIAN, email: cnona@ipe.ro, mihaela_chilian@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The financial crisis more intensely felt in Romania since the second half of 2008, has triggered economic phenomena and processes that affected the

    No 30 - June 2013 > CHANGES IN THE HOUSEHOLDS CONSUMPTION PATTERNS IN ROMANIA AND THE EU COUNTRIES - HOW MUCH IMPACT OF THE GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS?

  22. 22. DYNAMICS OF HOUSEHOLDS CONSUMPTION IN THE ROMANIAN REGIONS — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • Mihaela-Nona CHILIAN, email: cnona@ipe.ro, mihaela_chilian@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting, Bucharest, Romania  • Marioara IORDAN, email: miordan@ipe.ro, mioaraiordan@hotmail.com, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The financial crisis has triggered economic phenomena and processes that affected the economic progress and the performance decline recorded by the Ro

    No 30 - June 2013 > DYNAMICS OF HOUSEHOLDS CONSUMPTION IN THE ROMANIAN REGIONS

  23. 23. LOGISTICS IN KNOWLEDGE BASED ECONOMY — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • Stefan NEDELEA, email: stefan.nedelea@gmail.com, Afiliation: “Athenaeum” University of Bucharest
    Abstract: In the context of contemporary economy logistics changes refer to the emergence of new inter-organizational logistics structures such as logistics net

    No 30 - June 2013 > LOGISTICS IN KNOWLEDGE BASED ECONOMY

  24. 24. INFORMATION SOCIETY: CONTENT, MANIFESTATION, SOCIOECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • Stelian-Gheorghe BALAN, email: sbalan_ro@yahoo.com, Afiliation: S.C.ALSTOM Transport S.A. Bucharest
    Abstract: Information Society represents a new stage of human civilization, a new way of life of superior quality involving intensive use of information in all

    No 30 - June 2013 > INFORMATION SOCIETY: CONTENT, MANIFESTATION, SOCIOECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS

  25. 25. SETTLEMENT OF PECUNIARY OBLIGATIONS BY COMMERCIAL PAPERS IN THE PERIOD OF CURRENT ECONOMIC CRISIS THE PROMISSORY NOTE — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • Alexandru BULEARCĂ, email: office@officeatlaw.ro, Afiliation: Assistant Professor „Athenaeum” University of Bucharest
    Abstract: The development of international trade has had as a consequence the expansion of possibilities of paying debt arising from the contractual relations a

    No 30 - June 2013 > SETTLEMENT OF PECUNIARY OBLIGATIONS BY COMMERCIAL PAPERS IN THE PERIOD OF CURRENT ECONOMIC CRISIS THE PROMISSORY NOTE

  26. 26. ECONOMIC MASS AND WORLD ECONOMIC CRISES AND ITS EFFECT ON NATIONAL ECONOMY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • Ph.D. Emadeldin Mahmoud Ali Eid, email: emadeid1973@hotmail.com, Afiliation: Al Zarka Academy for Administrative Science & Information System, Egypt  • Ph.D. Mohamed Saad Khawasek, Afiliation: Al Zarka Academy for Administrative Science & Information System, Egypt
    Abstract: Since the international economy is facing a strong strike considered one of the worst economic crises witnessed worldwide in several decades having se

    No 30 - June 2013 > ECONOMIC MASS AND WORLD ECONOMIC CRISES AND ITS EFFECT ON NATIONAL ECONOMY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

  27. 27. THE EVOLUTION OF ROMANIAN MARKET OF GDP AND INFLATION IN THE PERIOD 2005-2012 — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • Ph.D. student Gabriela PREDA, email: gabi.preda@bnro.ro, Afiliation: Romanian Academy, Romania, Bucharest, National Institute of Economic Research ‘Costin C. Kiritescu’, Department of Economic, Social and Legal Studies,
    Abstract: Our approach to the research – the results of which are presented in this paper – is based on the assumption that the relation between the

    No 30 - June 2013 > THE EVOLUTION OF ROMANIAN MARKET OF GDP AND INFLATION IN THE PERIOD 2005-2012

  28. 28. RELEVANT FUNDING OF THE SMEs BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT IN ROMANIA IN THE CURRENT EUROPEAN CONTEXT INFLUENCED BY THE ECONOMIC CRISIS — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • Mariana MAN, email: man_mariana2006@yahoo.com, Afiliation: University of Petrosani, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Economics Sciences  • Maria MACRIS, email: mariamacris2011@yahoo.com, Afiliation: University of Petrosani, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Economics Sciences
    Abstract: The business success of an economic entity largely depends on the funding politics they adopt, during which there is a need to identify those funding

    No 30 - June 2013 > RELEVANT FUNDING OF THE SMEs BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT IN ROMANIA IN THE CURRENT EUROPEAN CONTEXT INFLUENCED BY THE ECONOMIC CRISIS

  29. 29. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND THE ENVIRONMENT — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • Ph.D. Student Raluca-Ana-Maria DUMITRU, Afiliation: PhD National Institute of Economic Research “Costin C. Kiriţescu”, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: As a consequence of general economic growth, progress in all areas of economic and social life, the human being came today to have the technical means

    No 30 - June 2013 > SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND THE ENVIRONMENT

  30. 30. REGIONAL SUSTAINABLE PROGRAMME IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE THE EUROPE 2020 GOALS — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • Daniela ANTONESCU, Afiliation: Institute of National Economy, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: The regional policy is a key element of Europe 2020 for smart, sustainable and inclusive economy. Thus, EU's growth strategy reinforcing prioritie

    No 35 - September 2014 > REGIONAL SUSTAINABLE PROGRAMME IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE THE EUROPE 2020 GOALS

  31. 31. OBJECTIVES AND RISKS OF SOP ENVIRONMENT WSS PROJECTS — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • Simona Frone, email: frone.simona@gmail.com, Afiliation: Senior researcher, Institute of National Economy, Bucharest, Romania  • Dumitru Florin Frone, Afiliation: Senior lecturer, University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: This paper aims to present some important findings of our recent research dedicated to the development of the water sector in Romania, namely of the W

    No 35 - September 2014 > OBJECTIVES AND RISKS OF SOP ENVIRONMENT WSS PROJECTS

  32. 32. DEBATES ON A SURVEY OF OPINION ON „THE PERCEPTION OF THE INDIVIDUAL IN THE KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY ON PROTECTING THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS” — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • Paula – Angela VIDRASCU, email: vidrascupaulaangela@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania  • Andrei Mihai CRISTEA, email: cristeaandm@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania  • Oana Camelia IACOB, email: ioanabaghi@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University of Bucharest, Romania  • Ana-Maria VOLINTIRU, email: anavolintiru@gmail.com, Afiliation: Ph. D. Student, Valahia University, Targoviste, Romania
    Abstract: Scientific and technological research, labour education, sophisticated software, advanced electronics, telecommunications, finance, and organization o

    No 35 - September 2014 > DEBATES ON A SURVEY OF OPINION ON „THE PERCEPTION OF THE INDIVIDUAL IN THE KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY ON PROTECTING THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS”

  33. 33. ANALYSIS OF UNEMPLOYMENT AMONG YOUNG INDIVIDUALS FROM ROMANIA BY ECONOMETRIC METHODS — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • Mariana BALAN , email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: Ph.D. Professor “Athenaeum” University of Bucharest
    Abstract: Even if the issue of young individual’s inclusion on the labour market was always and important issue on political agendas, in the last two deca

    No 35 - September 2014 > ANALYSIS OF UNEMPLOYMENT AMONG YOUNG INDIVIDUALS FROM ROMANIA BY ECONOMETRIC METHODS

  34. 34. ESTABLISHING AND ACHIEVING THE OBJECTIVES OF ECONOMIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS THROUGH ALGORITHMS SPECIFIC TO BUSINESS APPLICATIONS — 29 March 2022

    Authors:   • Dănuţ-Octavian SIMION, email: danut_so@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania  • Emilia VASILE, email: rector@univath.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The paper presents the solutions for establishing and achieving the objectives of economic information systems through algorithms specific to business

    No 65 - March 2022 > ESTABLISHING AND ACHIEVING THE OBJECTIVES OF ECONOMIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS THROUGH ALGORITHMS SPECIFIC TO BUSINESS APPLICATIONS

  35. 35. ANALYSIS THE POTENTIAL OF THE RURAL ENVIRONMENT IN ROMANIA — 29 March 2022

    Authors:   • Brînduşa Mihaela RADU, email: bmradu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania   • Mariana BĂLAN, email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting – NIER, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: The process of transition from the super centralized economy to the market economy has generated, in the agriculture and rural development of Romania,

    No 65 - March 2022 > ANALYSIS THE POTENTIAL OF THE RURAL ENVIRONMENT IN ROMANIA

  36. 36. CHALLENGES OF SOCIAL POLICY TRANSFORMATIONS IN ROMANIA — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • Simona Maria STANESCU, scientific researcher II, email: simona_vonica@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Research Institute for the Quality of Life, Romania Academy
    Abstract: The paper is analysing the development of a new social policy paradigm in Romania during the post-communist transition. The first part explores the im

    No 34 - June 2014 > CHALLENGES OF SOCIAL POLICY TRANSFORMATIONS IN ROMANIA

  37. 37. THE STRUCTURE OF THE POPULATION BY AGE GROUPS AND OCCUPATIONS — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • PhD. Brînduşa-Mihaela RADU, email: bmradu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Reschercher, Institutute for Economic Forecasting – Romanian Academy
    Abstract: Population age structure-the comparative size of specific age groups relative to the population as a whole-can help illustrate where countries' ri

    No 34 - June 2014 > THE STRUCTURE OF THE POPULATION BY AGE GROUPS AND OCCUPATIONS

  38. 38. CLUSTER POLICY RELEVANCE ON REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • Carmen Beatrice PAUNA, PhD., email: carmenbpauna@gmail.com, Afiliation: Senior researcher, Institutul de Prognoza Economica
    Abstract: The financial perspective 2014-2020 attaches a great importance to supporting SMEs as a factor in industrial competitiveness and economic growth. The

    No 34 - June 2014 > CLUSTER POLICY RELEVANCE ON REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  39. 39. WHEN HEALTH IS AFFECTED BY CORRUPTION — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • Adrian Ducu MATEI, Ph.D. Ec., email: ducumatei@yahoo.com
    Abstract: This paper emphasizes the most important features of corruption acting as a disease, its interaction with the official economy, the way this comple

    No 34 - June 2014 > WHEN HEALTH IS AFFECTED BY CORRUPTION

  40. 40. AN INQUIRY REGARDING THE INFLUENCE OF THE EXPANSION OF INTERNET NETWORKS UPON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • Assist. Prof. Antoniu Ovidiu BALINT PhD Candidate, email: balint_antoniu_ovidiu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: The Bucharest University of Economic Studies 6, Romana Sq, Sector 1, 010374, Bucharest, Romania  • Lecturer Andrei Mihai CRISTEA PhD Candidate, email: cristeaandm@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University from Bucharest 169, Calarasilor Str., Sector 3, 030615, Bucharest, Romania  • Assist. Prof. Dan Gabriel CRISTEA PhD Candidate, email: dancristea2@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University from Bucharest 169, Calarasilor Str., Sector 3, 030615, Bucharest, Romania  • Otilia Stefania BALINT MA Student, email: otilia.balint@gmail.com, Afiliation: National School for Political Science and Public Administration 6-8, Povernei Str., Sector 1, 010644, Bucharest, Romania,
    Abstract: The implementation and expansion of internet networks around the world had a huge impact on the development of the social-welfare of citizens, where t

    No 34 - June 2014 > AN INQUIRY REGARDING THE INFLUENCE OF THE EXPANSION OF INTERNET NETWORKS UPON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT

  41. 41. YOUTH LABOUR MARKET EVOLUTIONS AT REGIONAL LEVEL IN ROMANIA — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • Ph.D. Mariana BALAN, email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: „Athenaeum” University, Bucharest Institute for Economic Forecasting-NIER, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: The current economic crisis generated several challenges that the youth have to face on the labour market. The 5.8 million youths, aged between 15 an

    No 34 - June 2014 > YOUTH LABOUR MARKET EVOLUTIONS AT REGIONAL LEVEL IN ROMANIA

  42. 42. SOCIO-ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF SOME ITSOLUTIONS FOR THE ROMANIAN RAILWAYS — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • PhD. Student, Dipl.Eng. Stelian-Gheorghe BALAN, email: s_balan.ro@yahoo.com, Afiliation: S.C. ALSTOM Transport S.A- Bucharest
    Abstract: Transportations are one of the success-keys for achieving the Single European Market because they contribute to rendering concrete two of the fundamen

    No 34 - June 2014 > SOCIO-ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF SOME ITSOLUTIONS FOR THE ROMANIAN RAILWAYS

  43. 43. DEVELOPING THE CONCEPT OF SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE IN THE ECONOMY OF ROMANIA — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • Cristina BALACEANU, PhD Professor, Afiliation: ”Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University  • Andreea - Monica PREDONU, Assistant, PhD Student, email: monica.predonu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: ”Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University  • Diana APOSTOL, PhD, Associate Prof., Afiliation: ”Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University
    Abstract: Romania's economy present the risk of underdevelopment due to the proliferation of economic measures adjusted interest immediately, without consid

    No 34 - June 2014 > DEVELOPING THE CONCEPT OF SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE IN THE ECONOMY OF ROMANIA

  44. 44. THE CHEQUE, PAYMENT INSTRUMENT IN DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE RELATIONS Brief considerations in light of the changes to the Law no. 59/1934 by GEO 38/2008 — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • Assistant Alexandru BULEARCA, PhD Student, email: e-mail: office@officeatlaw.ro, Afiliation: „Athenaeum” University of Bucharest
    Abstract: As a corollary of the unprecedented development known by information technology in the last decade of the twentieth century and the first decade of th

    No 34 - June 2014 > THE CHEQUE, PAYMENT INSTRUMENT IN DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE RELATIONS Brief considerations in light of the changes to the Law no. 59/1934 by GEO 38/2008

  45. 45. ASPECTS OF THE EVOLUTION OF THE MAIN MACROECONOMIC INDICATORS IN ROMANIA — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • Cristina BURGHELEA, email: crystachy@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Associate Professor Ph.D., Hyperion University, Bucharest  • Mirela Ionela Aceleanu, email: aceleanu_mirela@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Associate Professor Ph.D., The Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies  • Anca GHEORGHIU, email: anca.gheorghiu@gmail.com, Afiliation: Professor Ph.D., Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania  • Ec. Ph.D., Octavian Constantin BURGHELEA, email: octavian.burghelea@printec.ro, Afiliation: Printec, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: By joining the European Union, Romania entered a new stage of development, which requires compliance with the new criteria and rules necessary for the

    No 34 - June 2014 > ASPECTS OF THE EVOLUTION OF THE MAIN MACROECONOMIC INDICATORS IN ROMANIA

  46. 46. A PARADIGM OF THE NEW ECONOMY BETWEEN CONVERGENCE, COHESION AND INCREASING DISPARITIES - CHALLENGES FOR ROMANIA IN VIEW OF THE 2020 HORIZON — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • Cornelia DUMITRU, email: cornelia.dumitru@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institute of National Economy, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: High-tech, cutting-edge disciplines, innovation and research-development have entered the daily life nowadays. ‘Networks’ either dedicated

    No 34 - June 2014 > A PARADIGM OF THE NEW ECONOMY BETWEEN CONVERGENCE, COHESION AND INCREASING DISPARITIES - CHALLENGES FOR ROMANIA IN VIEW OF THE 2020 HORIZON

  47. 47. SOCIAL AND ECOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • Raluca-Ana-Maria DUMITRU, email: raluca_dumitru1@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Ph.D. Student of the National Institute of Economic Research “Costin C. Kiriţescu”, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: A priority of sustainable development is to solve the economic and social problems. The major cause of the continued deterioration of the environment

    No 34 - June 2014 > SOCIAL AND ECOLOGICAL DIMENSIONS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

  48. 48. GREEN ECONOMY – RISKS AND CHALLENGES OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT — 23 December 2014

    Authors:   • Drd. DumitruRaluca-Ana-Maria*PhD, Afiliation: National Institute of Economic Research “Costin C. Kiriţescu”, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: The concept of the green economy provides a response to the multiple crises that the world has been facing in recent years – the climate, food a

    No 29 - March 2013 > GREEN ECONOMY – RISKS AND CHALLENGES OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

  49. 49. FOOD SAFETY, FOOD SECURITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS — 23 December 2014

    Authors:   • John M. POLIMENI, email: john.polimeni@acphs.edu, Afiliation: Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, USA  • Raluca I. IORGULESCU, email: raluca_i@lycos.com, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting-NIER, Romanian Academy, Athenaeum University, Romania and Resource Dimensions, USA  • Mariana BĂLAN, email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting-NIER, Romanian Academy, Athenaeum University, Romania
    Abstract: This paper shows how food safety, food security and environmental risks associated with agriculture can be alleviated through sustainable agricultu

    No 29 - March 2013 > FOOD SAFETY, FOOD SECURITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS

  50. 50. FISCAL UNION BETWEEN MZTH AND REALITY – TAX DEVELOPMENTS AND TRENDS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION AND EURO AREA — 23 December 2014

    Authors:   • Assistant Alina Georgiana SOLOMON, Ph.D Candidate, email: alinagsolomon@yahoo.com, Afiliation: “Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University- Bucharest Faculty of Finance, Banking and Accountancy
    Abstract: European integration means “a stage towards the organized world of tomorrow” as stated by Jean Monnet, involving, consequently, the correl

    No 29 - March 2013 > FISCAL UNION BETWEEN MZTH AND REALITY – TAX DEVELOPMENTS AND TRENDS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION AND EURO AREA

  51. 51. THE PROSPECTS OF THE INTERNAL AUDIT IN IMPROVING MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS — 16 January 2015

    Authors:   • Ph.D. Emilia VASILE, email: rector@univath.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest  • Ph.D. Student Ion CROITORU, email: ion.croitoru.ag@gmail.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest
    Abstract: Internal audit regardless of the sector carried out examinations and evaluations on all components and activities of an organization or public entity

    No 27 - September 2012 > THE PROSPECTS OF THE INTERNAL AUDIT IN IMPROVING MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

  52. 52. WEB-BASED CORPORATE ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF LISTED COMPANIES — 16 January 2015

    Authors:   • UWUIGBE UWALOMWA, email: alaiwu2003@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Department of Accounting School of Business, College of College of Development Studies Covenant University Ogun State Nigeria.
    Abstract: This paper basically examined the utilization of the Internet for communicating corporate environmental information by listed financial and nonfinanci

    No 27 - September 2012 > WEB-BASED CORPORATE ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING IN NIGERIA: A STUDY OF LISTED COMPANIES

  53. 53. APPROACHES TO LOGISTICS IN CONTEMPORARY ECONOMY — 16 January 2015

    Authors:   • Ph.D. Ştefan NEDELEA, Afiliation: “Athenaeum” University Bucharest
    Abstract: Logistics development at the present moment of economic evolution has been influenced by a series of factors related to: the rise of research-developm

    No 26 - June 2012 > APPROACHES TO LOGISTICS IN CONTEMPORARY ECONOMY

  54. 54. FINANCIAL CRISIS IMPACT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ROMANIAN CAPITAL MARKET — 16 January 2015

    Authors:   • Professor Dan ARMEANU, PhD, email: armeanu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Academy de Economics Bucharest  • Ana TUDORACHE, Assistant lecturer, email: tudorache_ana@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Academy de Economics Bucharest  • Sorin-Iulian CIOACĂ, PhD Student, email: cioaca_sorin@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Academy de Economics Bucharest  • Ana-Maria BURCĂ, PhD Student, email: burca.anamaria@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Academy de Economics Bucharest
    Abstract: The recent years have been characterized by important challenges in all areas of the society, mainly in the financial one. The financial markets crisi

    No 25 - March 2012 > FINANCIAL CRISIS IMPACT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ROMANIAN CAPITAL MARKET

  55. 55. STRATEGY AND THE RISKS MANAGEMENT FOR INTEGRATION THE POLISH FOOD ECONOMY INTO EU STRUCTURES — 16 January 2015

    Authors:   • Marek WIGIER, PhD, Afiliation: Scientific Secretary, IAFE-NRI, Warsaw
    Abstract: The economic development of the European Union in the last few years was the main subject for debating inside European forum. Different positions and

    No 25 - March 2012 > STRATEGY AND THE RISKS MANAGEMENT FOR INTEGRATION THE POLISH FOOD ECONOMY INTO EU STRUCTURES

  56. 56. DIFFICULTIES REGARDING THE ABSORBTION OF STRUCTURAL AND COHESION FUNDS IN ROMANIA — 16 January 2015

    Authors:   • PhD. Lecturer Meral KAGITCI, email: meral_ibraim@yahoo.com, Afiliation: “Athenauem” University, Bucharest
    Abstract: Cohesion and structural funds absorption in the EU is one of the most debated issues at hand in terms of macroeconomic management and financial develo

    No 24 - December 2011 > DIFFICULTIES REGARDING THE ABSORBTION OF STRUCTURAL AND COHESION FUNDS IN ROMANIA

  57. 57. INTERNAL CONTROL - MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY — 16 January 2015

    Authors:   • Ph.D. Emilia VASILE, email: rector@univath.ro, Afiliation: "Athenaeum” University Bucharest  • Assistant lecturer Ion CROITORU, email: ion.croitoru.ag@gmail.com, Afiliation: "Athenaeum” University Bucharest
    Abstract: Internal control is a process designed, implemented and maintained by the management of the organization in order to provide reasonable assurance conc

    No 23 - September 2011 > INTERNAL CONTROL - MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY

  58. 58. ICT STRATEGY SUPPORT FOR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION — 16 January 2015

    Authors:   • Lecturer, Ph.D. Nicoleta GUDĂNESCU, Afiliation: Nicolae Titulescu University  • Ph.D. Student Adrian NICOLAU, Afiliation: SC Avangarde Technologies Consulting  • Ph.D. Daniela MITRAN, Afiliation: "Athenaeum” University Bucharest
    Abstract: This paper work emphasizes the importance of the strategic management for the present companies, no matter the dimension or the field. More important

    No 20 - December 2010 > ICT STRATEGY SUPPORT FOR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION

  59. 59. ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRISIS IMPACT ON RAIL SECTOR — 17 January 2015

    Authors:   • Drd.Ing.Gheorghe-Stelian BĂLAN, Afiliation: S.C. ALSTOM Transport S.A. Bucharest  • Conf.univ.dr.Mariana BĂLAN, Afiliation: “Atheneum” University Bucharest Institute for Economic Forecasting
    Abstract: Among transport modes existing today, rail remains of great interest because of certain benefits arising from that is the least polluting and most env

    No 19 - September 2010 > ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRISIS IMPACT ON RAIL SECTOR

  60. 60. PREDISPOSITION TO RISK FARMING — 17 January 2015

    Authors:   • Ph.D. Mariana BRAN, Afiliation: Academy of Economical Studies Bucharest  • Ph.D. Aron Liviu DEAC, Afiliation: “Athenaeum” University Bucharest
    Abstract: Perception of risk and its intensity of manifestation require knowledge of "environment" in which agriculture operates. Knowledge is the fun

    No 19 - September 2010 > PREDISPOSITION TO RISK FARMING

  61. 61. A FUZZY MODEL TO ESTIMATE ROMANIAN UNDERGROUND ECONOMY — 21 January 2015

    Authors:   • Ph.D. Student Corina-Maria ENE, Afiliation: Hyperion University Bucharest  • Ph.D. Nataliţa HURDUC, Afiliation: “Athenaeum” University Bucharest
    Abstract: I propose here a model based on fuzzy logic in order to “quantify” Romanian underground economy. This approach starts from MIMIC model var

    No 18 - June 2010 > A FUZZY MODEL TO ESTIMATE ROMANIAN UNDERGROUND ECONOMY

  62. 62. ENVIRONMENTAL RISK IN ROMANIAN VINEYARDS — 21 January 2015

    Authors:   • Ph.D.Mariana BRAN, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest  • Ph.D.Dan BOBOC, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest  • Lecturer Raluca Andreea ION, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest  • Ph.D.Bebe NEGOESCU, Afiliation: “Athenaeum” University Bucharest
    Abstract: Agricultural activity, unlike other economic areas, is accompanied by a high degree of risk and uncertainty, caused mainly by environmental factors. T

    No 18 - June 2010 > ENVIRONMENTAL RISK IN ROMANIAN VINEYARDS

  63. 63. THE USE OF BUDGETS IN FORECASTING THE ACTIVITY OF THE FIRM — 21 January 2015

    Authors:   • Ph.D.Mariana MAN, Afiliation: The University of Petroşani  • Ph.D.Daniela MITRAN, Afiliation: “Athenaeum” University Bucharest  • Ph.D.Ioan C. DIMA, Afiliation: ”Valahia” University of Targoviste
    Abstract: The firm’s activity is recommended to develop in a permanent equilibrium between incomes and expenses. In the actual stage of transition of Roma

    No 17 - March 2010 > THE USE OF BUDGETS IN FORECASTING THE ACTIVITY OF THE FIRM

  64. 64. ANALYSIS OF SUSTAINABLE TOURISM (ST) IN ROMANIA — 10 March 2015

    Authors:   • Cristina BURGHELEA, email: crystachy@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University of Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to give a brief discussion on the development of sustainable tourism in Romania. To support the research carried out I

    No 37 - March 2015 > ANALYSIS OF SUSTAINABLE TOURISM (ST) IN ROMANIA

  65. 65. INTANGIBLE ASSETS - SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC FACTORS AND NEW CREATORS OF VALUE — 10 March 2015

    Authors:   • Paula – Angela VIDRASCU, PhD Assistant, email: vidrascupaulaangela@yahoo.com, Afiliation: The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract:  The concept of value existed since trade was invented and used in all fields. Economists have tried different ways to define the common denom

    No 37 - March 2015 > INTANGIBLE ASSETS - SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC FACTORS AND NEW CREATORS OF VALUE

  66. 66. THE “EUROPA 2020’’ IMPLEMENTATION RESULTS ON ROMANIA1 — 10 June 2015

    Authors:   • Dalina Maria ANDREI , email: dalinaandrei@yahoo.com, Afiliation: PhD Institute of Economic Forecasting, Romanian Academy
    Abstract:  Since the ‘Europa 2020’ Strategy had been launched in early 2010, its first analysis by the European Community came on 5 March 20

    No 38 - June 2015 > THE “EUROPA 2020’’ IMPLEMENTATION RESULTS ON ROMANIA1

  67. 67. ECONOMICS OF INTEGRATION. A DEBATE OUTLINE — 10 June 2015

    Authors:   • Liviu C. ANDREI, email: liviucandrei@yahoo.com, Afiliation: National University for Political Sciences and Public Administration, in Bucharest, Faculty of Public Administration
    Abstract:  Integration is geographically larger than the EU or European region and did start as one of new specific economic processes of the postwar er

    No 38 - June 2015 > ECONOMICS OF INTEGRATION. A DEBATE OUTLINE

  68. 68. LANDMARKS OF YOUTH LABOR MARKET DEVELOPMENTS IN THE KNOWLEDGE-BASED SOCIETY — 10 June 2015

    Authors:   • Mariana BĂLAN, email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: “Atheaneum” University from Bucharest, and Institute for Economic Forecasting-NIER, Romanian Academy,
    Abstract: In recent decades, a continuous process of transition of the world economy from the development based on traditional factors to the one based on kn

    No 38 - June 2015 > LANDMARKS OF YOUTH LABOR MARKET DEVELOPMENTS IN THE KNOWLEDGE-BASED SOCIETY

  69. 69. ETHICS, MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS — 10 June 2015

    Authors:   • Nelu BURCEA,, Afiliation: Lecturer PhD. “Athenaeum” University of Bucharest
    Abstract: The topic of business ethics emerges in the 21st century, if we consider at least two aspects. First, amid the great scandals of corruption and lac

    No 38 - June 2015 > ETHICS, MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS

  70. 70. DYNAMIC ACTIVITY OF FOREIGN TOURISTS NATIONWIDE — 10 June 2015

    Authors:   • Cristina BURGHELEA, email: crystachy@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University
    Abstract:  Study of the dynamics of tourism activity aims to identify prospects for growth in the number of overnight stays by foreign tourists in Roman

    No 38 - June 2015 > DYNAMIC ACTIVITY OF FOREIGN TOURISTS NATIONWIDE

  71. 71. INTEGRATED REPORTING - THE FUTURE OF FINANCIAL REPORTING — 10 June 2015

    Authors:   • Diana Sabina COZMA IGHIAN, email: dianaighian@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Associate professor Tehnical University of Cluj Napoca
    Abstract: \r\n From investors’ point of view, financial results are not sufficient to offer an overview of a given business. To provide an overview on the

    No 38 - June 2015 > INTEGRATED REPORTING - THE FUTURE OF FINANCIAL REPORTING

  72. 72. CONSUMPTION RISKS OF PESTICIDE-CONTAINING PRODUCTS — 10 June 2015

    Authors:   • Alina DRAGOMIR, email: dag_alina@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Institute of National Economy, Romania
    Abstract: The paper aimed to present consumption risks of pesticidecontaining products. It is based on the statistical data provided by Ministry of Agricultu

    No 38 - June 2015 > CONSUMPTION RISKS OF PESTICIDE-CONTAINING PRODUCTS

  73. 73. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (SD) — 10 June 2015

    Authors:   • Liliana Nicoleta SIMIONESCU, email: liliana.simionescu@fin.ase.ro, Afiliation: Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Bucharest
    Abstract:  The attention toward social and environmental impacts of companies on stakeholders is not new. In the past years, the interest as regard the

    No 38 - June 2015 > THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (SD)

  74. 74. UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS IN MEMBER STATES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS — 10 June 2015

    Authors:   • Simona Maria STĂNESCU, email: simona.stanescu@iccv.ro, Afiliation: senior researcher II Research Institute for Quality of Life, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: The paper comparatively analyse the provision of unemployment benefits within the 28 member states of the European Union (EU). Analyse is based on

    No 38 - June 2015 > UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS IN MEMBER STATES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

  75. 75. CHINESE AUTOMOBILE ENTERPRISE STRATEGY ANALYSIS — 10 June 2015

    Authors:   • Phd. Candidate Mrs. Chai Feng xia, email: Joybird387@hotmail.com, Afiliation: Academia de Studii Economice Bucuresti, Romania
    Abstract: China's auto industry also had a golden decade of explosive growth. In 2009, China's auto market has exceeded the United States, the wo rld

    No 38 - June 2015 > CHINESE AUTOMOBILE ENTERPRISE STRATEGY ANALYSIS

  76. 76. EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM - A PRIORITY CONCERN OF THE EUROPEAN UNION — 05 October 2015

    Authors:   • Ioana Florina MINZU, email: Email: ioana_minzu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: PhD “Athenaeum” University of Bucharest
    Abstract: Education should be and usually is the dream, hope and aspiration to  a better world for children and their families. Maybe, in our days, educ

    No 39 - September 2015 > EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM - A PRIORITY CONCERN OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

  77. 77. LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL — 05 October 2015

    Authors:   • Iuliana MATACHE, email: nycayulyana@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania  • Marinela GEAMANU, email: geamanu_marinela@yahoo.com.au, Afiliation: Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania  • Miron DUMITRESCU, email: miron_hyp@yahoo.com, Afiliation: National Institute of Economic Research - Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania  • Andrei Mihai CRISTEA, email: cristeaandm@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract:  The purpose of the study is to provide a broad vision and objectives of the dynamics of labor and employment levels correlated with demograph

    No 39 - September 2015 > LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL

  78. 78. NEW TECHNIQUES FOR IMPLEMENTING ONLINE VIRTUAL LABORATORIES — 05 October 2015

    Authors:   • Constantin - Eugen CORNEL, email: eugen.cornel@hyperion.ro, Afiliation: Department of Exact and Engineering Sciences, Hyperion University
    Abstract:  This work describes a practical method for the design and development of online virtual laboratories using low costs electronics and software

    No 39 - September 2015 > NEW TECHNIQUES FOR IMPLEMENTING ONLINE VIRTUAL LABORATORIES

  79. 79. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF NATIONAL PROGRAMS AIMED AT FUNDING AND DEVELOPING IMMS BY ROMANIAN YOUTH — 05 January 2016

    Authors:   • Daniela MITRAN, email: danielamitran@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University of Bucharest
    Abstract: National programs for funding and development of Small and medium sized entreprise (SMEs) by young people in our country are a part of a broader serie

    No 40 - December 2015 > THE EFFECTIVENESS OF NATIONAL PROGRAMS AIMED AT FUNDING AND DEVELOPING IMMS BY ROMANIAN YOUTH

  80. 80. URBAN FOREST – KEY ELEMENT IN URBAN LANDSCAPE PLANNING — 05 January 2016

    Authors:   • Irina Iulia NASTASE, email: nastase.irina90@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Phd. Student - " Interdisciplinary excellence in doctoral scientific research in Romania – EXCELLENTIA
    Abstract: The urban landscape is the result of socio-economic development and urbanization patterns which continue to have a significant impact at different sca

    No 40 - December 2015 > URBAN FOREST – KEY ELEMENT IN URBAN LANDSCAPE PLANNING

  81. 81. ANALYSIS OF UNEMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYMENT AT REGIONAL LEVEL — 07 April 2016

    Authors:   • Cristina BURGHELEA, email: crystachy@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, 169 Calea Calarasi, Bucharest   • Carmen UZLĂU, email: carmen_uzlau@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, 169 Calea Calarasi, Bucharest   • Corina Maria ENE, email: corina.maria.ene@gmail.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, 169 Calea Calarasi, Bucharest   • Dan TOPOR, email: dan.topor@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, 169 Calea Calarasi, Bucharest
    Abstract: Unemployment is perhaps the most feared phenomenon of our time, affecting all walks of life. Unemployment is an economic process caused by recessions

    No 41 - March 2016 > ANALYSIS OF UNEMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYMENT AT REGIONAL LEVEL

  82. 82. ANALYSIS OF THE MACROECONOMIC EFFECTS OF POPULATION AGING IN ROMANIA USING NON-LINEAR MODELS — 07 April 2016

    Authors:   • Mariana BĂLAN, PhD Professor, email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: “Athenaeum” University- Bucharest  • Rodica Perciun, PhD Associate Professor, email: rodica21@gmail.com, Afiliation: National Institute for Economic Research, Academy of Sciences of Moldova
    Abstract: Demographic ageing has turned lately into an extremely sensitive and sometimes thorny issue with deep impact on all generations and on most fields of

    No 41 - March 2016 > ANALYSIS OF THE MACROECONOMIC EFFECTS OF POPULATION AGING IN ROMANIA USING NON-LINEAR MODELS

  83. 83. THE PATH TO A UNANIMOUSLY ACCEPTED GAAR BY EU MEMBER STATES — 07 April 2016

    Authors:   • Ana-Maria GEAMĂNU PhD Assistant Professor, email: anamariageamanu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: „Athenaeum” University of Bucharest
    Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to identify at the level of the EU Member States the basis for acceptance, respectively rejection of the General Anti-Abu

    No 41 - March 2016 > THE PATH TO A UNANIMOUSLY ACCEPTED GAAR BY EU MEMBER STATES

  84. 84. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE LABOUR MARKET IN ROMANIA AND OTHER MEMBER STATES — 07 June 2016

    Authors:   • Rodica PERCIUN, PhD Associate Professor, email: rodica21@gmail.com, Afiliation: National Institute for Economic Research Academy of Sciences of Moldova  • Mariana BALAN, PhD Professor, email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: “Athenaeum” University of Bucharest and Institute for Economic Forecasting, NIER, Romanian Academy
    Abstract:  The last economic-financial crisis affected seriously labour force employment, young individuals being more vulnerable to the effects of the

    No 42 - June 2016 > COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE LABOUR MARKET IN ROMANIA AND OTHER MEMBER STATES

  85. 85. NATIONAL UNEMPLOYMENT ANTE AND POST CRISIS — 07 June 2016

    Authors:   • Cristina BURGHELEA, PhD Associate Professor, email: crystachy@yahoo.com  • Carmen UZLAU, PhD Associate Professor, email: carmen_uzlau@yahoo.com  • Corina Maria ENE, PhD Associate Professor, email: corina.maria.ene@gmail.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: I chose this topic because it is a topic that affects the population and lack of jobs reduces people's income and thus consumption becomes increas

    No 42 - June 2016 > NATIONAL UNEMPLOYMENT ANTE AND POST CRISIS

  86. 86. INTERNAL MANAGEMENT CONTROL APPROACH BY IMPLEMENTATION OF STAGES OF THE INTERNAL CONTROL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN PUBLIC ENTITIES — 07 June 2016

    Authors:   • Marin POPESCU, PhD, email: marin.popescu@univath.ro, Afiliation: „Athenaeum” University of Bucharest  • Silvia-Mihaela POPESCU, PhD Student, email: mihaela88popescu@gmail.com, Afiliation: „Valahia” University of Targoviste  • Gabriela MANGU, PhD Student, email: gabriela.mangu@gov.ro, Afiliation: „Valahia” University of Targoviste
    Abstract: The internal managerial control system of public entity, envisages the realization of three categories of permanent objectives, namely: a) objecti

    No 42 - June 2016 > INTERNAL MANAGEMENT CONTROL APPROACH BY IMPLEMENTATION OF STAGES OF THE INTERNAL CONTROL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN PUBLIC ENTITIES

  87. 87. ON THE ROLE OF ECO-INNOVATION FOR A GREEN ECONOMIC GROWTH — 07 June 2016

    Authors:   • Simona FRONE, Senior Researcher II/PhD., email: frone.simona@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institute of National Economy, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: In this paper we resume our research on the theoretical-conceptual issues as well as on the mechanisms and policies for increasing resource-efficiency

    No 42 - June 2016 > ON THE ROLE OF ECO-INNOVATION FOR A GREEN ECONOMIC GROWTH

  88. 88. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN THE ENVIRONMENT FIELD — 07 June 2016

    Authors:   • Oana CHINDRIS - VASIOIU, Ph.D. Associate Professor, email: oana.vasioiu@gmail.com, Afiliation: Ecological University of Bucharest
    Abstract: International cooperation is based on the need for the development and protection of the environment, which cannot be achieved except through the part

    No 42 - June 2016 > INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN THE ENVIRONMENT FIELD

  89. 89. THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION AND JOB POLARISATION: AN INSTITUTIONAL, ECONOMIC, AND SOCIAL ISSUE — 07 June 2016

    Authors:   • Cornelia DUMITRU, Scientific Researcher, email: cornelia.dumitru@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institute of National Economy, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: The last decades were marked by processes of in-depth changes: globalisation, the collapse of the communist systems in Central and Eastern Europe, a n

    No 42 - June 2016 > THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION AND JOB POLARISATION: AN INSTITUTIONAL, ECONOMIC, AND SOCIAL ISSUE

  90. 90. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND COMPANIES\' SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT — 07 June 2016

    Authors:   • Madalina TOCAN, Ph.D. Associate Professor, email: madalina.tocan@gmail.com, Afiliation: Ecological University of Bucharest
    Abstract: Since the beginning of 2008 the world faced multiple crises (fuel, food and financial). As a reaction to the negative effects of economic development

    No 42 - June 2016 > ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND COMPANIES\' SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

  91. 91. INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL, AN INTANGIBLE ITEM NOT REFLECTED IN THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE — 07 June 2016

    Authors:   • Paula – Angela VIDRASCU, PhD Assistant, email: vidrascupaulaangela@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract:  Intellectual capital, intangible assets and knowledge creation are strongly connected concepts of knowledge management phenomenon, which unti

    No 42 - June 2016 > INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL, AN INTANGIBLE ITEM NOT REFLECTED IN THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

  92. 92. THE REMUNERATION OF THE PUBLIC SECTOR PERSONNEL THESES AND ANALYSIS POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS — 07 June 2016

    Authors:   • Verginia VEDINAS, PhD. Professor, email: verginia.vedias@rcc.ro, Afiliation: Faculty of Law, University of Bucharest  • Ioan Laurentiu VEDINAS, PhD. Student, email: dodo_emre9@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Alexandru Ioan Cuza Police Academy in Bucharest,
    Abstract: This study aims to achieve an overall analysis of the personnel who work in the public authorities, in general, and in the administrative ones, in par

    No 42 - June 2016 > THE REMUNERATION OF THE PUBLIC SECTOR PERSONNEL THESES AND ANALYSIS POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS

  93. 93. HIGHLIGHTING THE ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL LOSSES IN ECOSYSTEMS, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE FOREST ECOSYSTEMS OF THE BARGAU MOUNTAINS — 07 June 2016

    Authors:   • Valentin LUPSAN, PhD Student, email: lupascuv@yahoo.com, Afiliation: “Marin Dracea” National Institute for Forestry Research & Development, Bucharest
    Abstract: At the moment, the disruptions (mainly negative ones) in the social &economic systems have fewer short-term solutions, and the medium and longterm

    No 42 - June 2016 > HIGHLIGHTING THE ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL LOSSES IN ECOSYSTEMS, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE FOREST ECOSYSTEMS OF THE BARGAU MOUNTAINS

  94. 94. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE EUROPEN UNION — 05 September 2016

    Authors:   • Dalina Maria A NDREI, email: dalinaandrei@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Institute of Economic Forecasting, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: These below lines chose to develop the larger sustainable development topic through the social-economic dimension, which is just a part of the entire.

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  95. 95. EVALUATION AND RESOURCE ALLOCATION IN THE ROMANIAN HEALTH SYSTEM — 05 September 2016

    Authors:   • Mariana BĂLAN, email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institute of National Economy - NIER, Romanian Academy and “Athenaeum” University - Bucharest  • Valentina VASILE, email: valentinavasile2009@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institute of National Economy - NIER, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: Labour force ageing in the medical field combined with challenges related to recruiting or maintaining health workers because of the exigencies in job

    No 43 - September 2016 > EVALUATION AND RESOURCE ALLOCATION IN THE ROMANIAN HEALTH SYSTEM

  96. 96. BRIEF DISCUSSION ON SUSTAINABLE TOURISM — 05 September 2016

    Authors:   • Cristina BURGHELEA, email: crystachy@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, 169 Calea Calarasi, Bucharest, Romania   • Carmen UZLĂU, email: carmen_uzlau@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, 169 Calea Calarasi, Bucharest, Romania   • Corina Maria ENE, email: corina.maria.ene@gmail.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, 169 Calea Calarasi, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: "Sustainability" means property of a system, where the emphasis is on maintaining a particular state of the system in time (Vidrascu, 2015).

    No 43 - September 2016 > BRIEF DISCUSSION ON SUSTAINABLE TOURISM

  97. 97. ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY – COMPONENT OF EUROPEAN SECURITY — 05 September 2016

    Authors:   • Oana CHINDRIȘ-VĂSIOIU, email: oana.vasioiu@gmail.com, Afiliation: Associate Professor, Ecological University of Bucharest
    Abstract: The current security environment, the direct consequence of the profound transformations that have occurred in Europe's configuration of the world

    No 43 - September 2016 > ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY – COMPONENT OF EUROPEAN SECURITY

  98. 98. HUMAN CAPITAL AND COMPETITIVENESS IN UE — 05 September 2016

    Authors:   • Elena PELINESCU , email: elena_pelinescu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting
    Abstract: The competitiveness is the engine of development and welfare’s countries. The human capital has an important role in the construction of the com

    No 43 - September 2016 > HUMAN CAPITAL AND COMPETITIVENESS IN UE

  99. 99. ANALYSIS OF THE ISO 14001 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM DIFFUSION — 05 September 2016

    Authors:   • Mădălina TOCAN, email: madalina.tocan@gmail.com, Afiliation: Ecological University of Bucharest
    Abstract: As a reaction to the negative effects of economic development on the environment, the international community began to seek solutions to support a sus

    No 43 - September 2016 > ANALYSIS OF THE ISO 14001 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM DIFFUSION

  100. 100. YOUTHS AND THE LABOUR MARKET IN A CHANGING ECONOMY AND SOCIETY — 22 December 2016

    Authors:   • Univ.Prof.PhD.Mariana BĂLAN, email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: University „Athenaeum” of Bucharest and Institute for Economic Forecasting – NIER, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: YAobustthras ct on labour market have particularities and specifics which distinguish them from all other vulnerable groups on labour market. However,

    No 44 - December 2016 > YOUTHS AND THE LABOUR MARKET IN A CHANGING ECONOMY AND SOCIETY

  101. 101. DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS – FACETES OF ROMANIAN MIGRATION — 22 December 2016

    Authors:   • Radu GHEORGHE, university lecturer Faculty of Economic Studies, email: gheorghe_radu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: University „Athenaeum” of Bucharest
    Abstract: Since 1990 Romania has been confronted with the phenomenon of international migration, an aspect which has been debated lately by Romanian specialists

    No 44 - December 2016 > DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS – FACETES OF ROMANIAN MIGRATION

  102. 102. E-GOVERNANCE AND E-GOVERNMENT: HOW IT CAN BE THIS RELATIONSHIP? — 22 December 2016

    Authors:   • Issam MF SALTAJI, PhD Lecturer, email: createmyworld@mail.ru, Afiliation: University „Athenaeum” of Bucharest
    Abstract: Nowadays, the transformation of reinvet governmental system that offers efficient services due to efficiency of time and cost; is considered as a big

    No 44 - December 2016 > E-GOVERNANCE AND E-GOVERNMENT: HOW IT CAN BE THIS RELATIONSHIP?

  103. 103. DEVELOPMENTS’ OF YOUTHS LABOUR MARKET IN ROMANIA AND EGYPT DURING THE POST-CRISIS PERIOD — 10 July 2017

    Authors:   • Univ.Prof.PhD. Mariana BĂLAN, email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: “Athenaeum” University – Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: In the current conjecture, youths are faced with the emergence of a feeling of uncertainty regarding their own chances of entering ‘well&rsqu

    No 46 - June 2017 > DEVELOPMENTS’ OF YOUTHS LABOUR MARKET IN ROMANIA AND EGYPT DURING THE POST-CRISIS PERIOD

  104. 104. LABOUR MARKET VULNERABILITIES IN ROMANIA DURING THE POST- CRISIS PERIOD — 10 July 2017

    Authors:   • Carmen UZLĂU, email: carmen_uzlau@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania  • Mariana BĂLAN, email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting -NIER, Romanian Academy  • Corina-Maria ENE, email: corina.maria.ene@gmail.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract:     After eight or nine years since the outbreak of the financial and economic crisis, the world economy entered into a stage of slight

    No 46 - June 2017 > LABOUR MARKET VULNERABILITIES IN ROMANIA DURING THE POST- CRISIS PERIOD

  105. 105. THE INFLUENCE OF MACROECONOMIC FACTORS ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIVENESS OF ROMANIAN COMPANIES — 10 July 2017

    Authors:   • Lecturer Phd. Brînduşa RADU, email: bmradu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University of Bucharest
    Abstract: Competitiveness is a complex concept which, at a general level, expresses the ability of individuals, businesses, economies, regions remain in the com

    No 46 - June 2017 > THE INFLUENCE OF MACROECONOMIC FACTORS ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND COMPETITIVENESS OF ROMANIAN COMPANIES

  106. 106. THE ROLE OF INNOVATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN E.U MEMBER STATES — 14 September 2017

    Authors:   • Ph.D and senior researcher Dalina ANDREI, email: dalinaandrei@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Economic Forecasting Institute, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: Sustainable socio-economic development represents the central component of the European Union's ‘Sustainable Development Strategy’ doc

    No 46 - Supplement June 2017 > THE ROLE OF INNOVATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN E.U MEMBER STATES

  107. 107. ESTIMATIONS ON THE IMPACT OF EMPLOYMENT IN THE ROMANIAN REGIONS ON ECONOMIC GROWTH DURING THE POST -ECONOMIC CRISIS PERIOD — 14 September 2017

    Authors:   • PhD. Prof. Mariana BĂLAN, email: dr.mariana,balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University - Bucharest
    Abstract: The comparative analysis of Romania’s Development Regions emphasizes the process of increasing disparities of economic and social development be

    No 46 - Supplement June 2017 > ESTIMATIONS ON THE IMPACT OF EMPLOYMENT IN THE ROMANIAN REGIONS ON ECONOMIC GROWTH DURING THE POST -ECONOMIC CRISIS PERIOD

  108. 108. NEW DEVELOPMENTS ON NATIONAL AND EUROPEAN LABOUR MARKETS – THE SOCIAL DIMENSION — 14 September 2017

    Authors:   • PhD. Student Cornelia DUMITRU, email: cornelia.dumitru@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institute of National Economy, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: The economic and financial crisis is long past, but it still throws a concerning shadow over the European Union and the world. At EU level, it is unde

    No 46 - Supplement June 2017 > NEW DEVELOPMENTS ON NATIONAL AND EUROPEAN LABOUR MARKETS – THE SOCIAL DIMENSION

  109. 109. LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. SOME THEORETICAL PREMISES — 14 September 2017

    Authors:   • PhD Mihail DIMITRIU, Afiliation: "Victor Slăvescu" Center for Financial and Monetary Research, Romanian Academy  • PhD (c) Otilia MANTA, email: otilia.manta@rgic.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University of Bucharest
    Abstract:

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  110. 110. COMPETITIVENESS DYNAMICS IN THE ROMANIAN REGIONS — 14 September 2017

    Authors:   • Ph.D. Marioara IORDAN, email: miordan@ipe.ro, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting, Romanian Academy   • Ph.D. Mihaela-Nona CHILIAN, email: cnona@ipe.ro, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: Regional competitiveness is a topic of major interests among researchers and decision makers of the European Union and of the Member States, lately es

    No 46 - Supplement June 2017 > COMPETITIVENESS DYNAMICS IN THE ROMANIAN REGIONS

  111. 111. RELATION BETWEEN HUMAN CAPITAL AND REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN ROMANIA — 14 September 2017

    Authors:   • PhD. Senior Researcher Elena PELINESCU, email: elena_pelinescu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting of the Romanian Academy
    Abstract: This paper is focused on the relation between human capital and regional economic development in Romania, in order to highlight the effect of human ca

    No 46 - Supplement June 2017 > RELATION BETWEEN HUMAN CAPITAL AND REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN ROMANIA

  112. 112. THE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY & CORPORATE GOVERNANCE — 22 March 2018

    Authors:   • Issam MF SALTAJI, email: createmyworld@mail.ru, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The term of social responsibility is widely discussed in the international economy, besides that, corporations become concerning more on the econom

    No 49 - March 2018 > THE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY & CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

  113. 113. THE ROLE OF INTERNAL CONTROL IN THE GOVERNANCE OF THE UNDERTAKING — 29 March 2018

    Authors:   • Emilia VASILE, email: rector@univath.ro, Afiliation: University Athenaeum, Bucharest  • Ion CROITORU, email: ion.croitoru.ag@gmail.com, Afiliation: University Athenaeum, Bucharest
    Abstract: Governance is a key element in increasing economic performance, being responsible for developing development policies and strategies, building the

    No 49 - March 2018 > THE ROLE OF INTERNAL CONTROL IN THE GOVERNANCE OF THE UNDERTAKING

  114. 114. Governance and its mechanisms in combating corruption — 18 June 2018

    Authors:   • Issam MF SALTAJI, email: createmyworld@mail.ru, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract:  Governance and corruption remain incorrectly interpreted topics, but they are now spotlighted as a higher priority in development circles for

    No 50 - June 2018 > Governance and its mechanisms in combating corruption

  115. 115. ANALYSIS OF THE EVOLUTION OF THE PRIVATE SECTOR IN ROMANIA AFTER 1990 — 30 September 2018

    Authors:   • Brînduşa Mihaela RADU, email: bmradu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The economic structure specific to each country - determined by its level development, the historical typology of its evolution and its specific wa

    No 51 - September 2018 > ANALYSIS OF THE EVOLUTION OF THE PRIVATE SECTOR IN ROMANIA AFTER 1990

  116. 116. ROMANIA AND THE DYNAMICS OF REGIONAL DISPARITIES FROM THE EU — 30 September 2018

    Authors:   • Radu GHEORGHE, email: radu.gheorghe@univath.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: According to the National Institute of Statistics data in 2017, Romania’s economy grew by 7%, with GDP reaching 856 billion lei (187.5 billio

    No 51 - September 2018 > ROMANIA AND THE DYNAMICS OF REGIONAL DISPARITIES FROM THE EU

  117. 117. THEORETICAL APPROACHES OF BIO-ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVES FOR ROMANIAN ENTERPRISES — 24 October 2018

    Authors:   • Robescu Valentina Ofelia, email: robescu_ofelia@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Valahia University of Targoviste  • Duica Anisoara, email: anisoara_duica@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Valahia University of Targoviste  • Manolache Dorin Claudiu, email: clausmanolache@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Valahia University of Targoviste  • Diaconeasa Aurora, email: aurora.diaconeasa@gmail.com, Afiliation: Valahia University of Targoviste
    Abstract: Some scenarios show that in the near future competition will increase regarding the use of land, water and biological resources as the effects of clim

    No 50 - Supplement June 2018 > THEORETICAL APPROACHES OF BIO-ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVES FOR ROMANIAN ENTERPRISES

  118. 118. REGIONAL LABOR MARKET- EVOLUTION, STRUCTURE, PARTICULARITIES — 24 October 2018

    Authors:   • Radu Brînduşa Mihaela, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest
    Abstract: The major concerns of all the countries of the European Union, found both in the Lisbon Strategy and in the Europe 2020 Strategy, are sustainable e

    No 50 - Supplement June 2018 > REGIONAL LABOR MARKET- EVOLUTION, STRUCTURE, PARTICULARITIES

  119. 119. CURRENT CHALLENGES OF OUR SOCIETY — 24 October 2018

    Authors:   • Otilia Manta, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest
    Abstract: Human society is now directly linked to digitized technologies, creating a “robotic effect” for the future of society. People and techn

    No 50 - Supplement June 2018 > CURRENT CHALLENGES OF OUR SOCIETY

  120. 120. AUDIT AND INTERNAL CONTROL INDISPENSABLE TOOLS IN SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION OF EU PROJECTS — 28 December 2018

    Authors:   • Lilian ONESCU, email: lilian.onescu@anaf.ro, Afiliation: National Agency for Fiscal Administration
    Abstract: The last years have brought a significant dynamic at the European Union level, in a domain that is still under a consolidation process – the

    No 52 - December 2018 > AUDIT AND INTERNAL CONTROL INDISPENSABLE TOOLS IN SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION OF EU PROJECTS

  121. 121. ANALYSIS OF INTER-REGIONAL INEQUALITIES AND CONVERGENCE — 28 December 2018

    Authors:   • Brînduşa Mihaela RADU, email: bmradu@yahoo.com , Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Regional development is a new concept aimed at boosting and diversifying economic activities, stimulating private sector investment, contributing t

    No 52 - December 2018 > ANALYSIS OF INTER-REGIONAL INEQUALITIES AND CONVERGENCE

  122. 122. ROMANIA - BETWEEN THE RECOVERY OF GAPS AND THE AMPLIFICATION OF SOCIAL INEQUALITIES AND POVERTY — 28 December 2018

    Authors:   • Radu GHEORGHE, email: radu.gheorghe@univath.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: There is a paradox of Romania’s economic and social transition process: its more and more visible economic progress in recent years has been

    No 52 - December 2018 > ROMANIA - BETWEEN THE RECOVERY OF GAPS AND THE AMPLIFICATION OF SOCIAL INEQUALITIES AND POVERTY

  123. 123. FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGIES (FINTECH), INSTRUMENTS, MECHANISMS — 28 December 2018

    Authors:   • Otilia MANTA, email: otilia.manta@rgic.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The holistic approach to the phenomenon of expansion of financial innovations and current financial technologies, as abbreviated as FinTech, knows

    No 52 - December 2018 > FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGIES (FINTECH), INSTRUMENTS, MECHANISMS

  124. 124. EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS ADJUSTED TO CURRENT SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEMANDS: THE COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH TO SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING — 31 March 2019

    Authors:   • Elena-Iuliana BINDILEU, email: i_bindileu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: This paper is an argument for the recommended approach to foreign language acquisition in the current socio-economic context. It unfolds a short pr

    No 53 - March 2019 > EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS ADJUSTED TO CURRENT SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEMANDS: THE COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH TO SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING

  125. 125. ENTREPRENEURSHIP THE PILLAR OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ROMANIAN COMPANIES — 31 March 2019

    Authors:   • Otilia MANTA, email: manta.otilia@univath.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania  • Elena-Maria ENEA, email: enea.elenamaria@gmail.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Supporting entrepreneurship development within the SME sector is a priority at both the European Union and national level, as this category can con

    No 53 - March 2019 > ENTREPRENEURSHIP THE PILLAR OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ROMANIAN COMPANIES

  126. 126. E-CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: E-GOVERNMENT — 31 March 2019

    Authors:   • Issam MF SALTAJI, email: createmyworld@mail.ru, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Nowadays, there is a big question of how the public institution can achieve progress by implementing new information technologies in its performanc

    No 53 - March 2019 > E-CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: E-GOVERNMENT

  127. 127. FUNDING MODALITIES A COMPANIES AT NATIONAL AND EUROPEAN LEVEL — 28 June 2019

    Authors:   • Otilia MANTA, email: manta.otilia@univath.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Whether we are discussing ways of financing at national or European level, doing business at the level of a company generates important financing n

    No 54 - June 2019 > FUNDING MODALITIES A COMPANIES AT NATIONAL AND EUROPEAN LEVEL

  128. 128. RULES OF ETHICS AND DEONTOLOGY IN THE ROMANIAN CONTEMPORARY ACADEMIC ENVIRONMENT — 28 June 2019

    Authors:   • Luciana BEZERIȚĂ (TOMESCU, email: luciana.tomescu@gmail.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract:  Starting from the significance of the notion of “ethics”, which has been consecrated since antiquity, we will present in this art

    No 54 - June 2019 > RULES OF ETHICS AND DEONTOLOGY IN THE ROMANIAN CONTEMPORARY ACADEMIC ENVIRONMENT

  129. 129. EDUCATION IN A MODERN SOCIETY — 29 September 2019

    Authors:   • Brînduşa-Mihaela RADU, email: bmradu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Change in education is an objective necessity, determined by the transformations taking place in society - at a cultural, political, economic, comm

    No 55 - September 2019 > EDUCATION IN A MODERN SOCIETY

  130. 130. THE COMPETITIVENESS PILLAR OF THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT — 29 September 2019

    Authors:   • Otilia MANTA , email: otilia.manta@rgic.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Following the phenomenon of globalization, the business environment is subject to current challenges, challenges in which competitiveness is the de

    No 55 - September 2019 > THE COMPETITIVENESS PILLAR OF THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

  131. 131. CURRENT SITUATION OF THE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING SYSTEM AT THE LEVEL OF ROMANIA — 23 December 2019

    Authors:   • Brînduşa Mihaela RADU, email: bmradu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania  • Mariana BĂLAN, email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting – NIER, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: Vocational education and training systems are in the midst of changes and transitions to the knowledge-based economy and society and therefore thei

    No 56 - December 2019 > CURRENT SITUATION OF THE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING SYSTEM AT THE LEVEL OF ROMANIA

  132. 132. THE CONDITIONS OF EMERGENCE OF KNOWLEDGE WORKERS ILLUSTRATED THROUGH THE CASE OF AN OIL COMPANY — 23 December 2019

    Authors:   • Djilali BENABOU, email: benabou@univ-mascara.dz, Afiliation: University of Mascara, Mascara, Algeria
    Abstract: The advent of the knowledge society and the ubiquity of information and communication technologies summarize current developments in the business e

    No 56 - December 2019 > THE CONDITIONS OF EMERGENCE OF KNOWLEDGE WORKERS ILLUSTRATED THROUGH THE CASE OF AN OIL COMPANY

  133. 133. CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE PROGRAMS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP TO THE DECISIONS REGARDING THE STRUCTURAL CHANGES, THE GROWTH AND COMPETITIVENESS IN ROMANIA — 24 December 2019

    Authors:   • Otilia MANTA, email: otilia.manta@rgic.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The economic growth reported annually, from 2012 to the present, is accompanied by the paradox of Romania’s fall in most of the global rankin

    No 56 - December 2019 > CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE PROGRAMS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP TO THE DECISIONS REGARDING THE STRUCTURAL CHANGES, THE GROWTH AND COMPETITIVENESS IN ROMANIA

  134. 134. EMPLOYMENT INSIDE REGION IN ROMANIA — 23 September 2017

    Authors:   • Brînduşa-Mihaela RADU , email: bmradu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University of Bucharest
    Abstract: In the context of economic transition, the labor market in Romania has undergone significant changes in the volume and structure of the main indicator

    No 47 - September 2017 > EMPLOYMENT INSIDE REGION IN ROMANIA

  135. 135. NEW PRIORITIES FOR EUROPEAN COOPERATION IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING AS PART OF THE STRATEGY FOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING (ET 2020) — 25 September 2017

    Authors:   • Luciana BEZERIȚĂ (TOMESCU) , email: luciana.tomescu@gmail.com, Afiliation: “Athenaeum” University of Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Council conclusions of 12 May 2009 on a strategic framework for European cooperation in education and training (‘ET 2020’) enshrine the es

    No 47 - September 2017 > NEW PRIORITIES FOR EUROPEAN COOPERATION IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING AS PART OF THE STRATEGY FOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING (ET 2020)

  136. 136. CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENTS REGARDING THE LAW-MAKING ACTIVITY — 25 September 2017

    Authors:   • Narcis GODEANU, email: narcisgodeanu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The characteristics of today’s modern society are the increasingly accelerated rhythms of change caused by scientific and technological achievem

    No 47 - September 2017 > CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENTS REGARDING THE LAW-MAKING ACTIVITY

  137. 137. THE ROLE OF INSTITUTIONS’QUALITY IN ENHANCING FDI INFLOWS IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE AND NORTH AFRICA — 23 September 2017

    Authors:   • Oana Cristina POPOVICI, email: oana.c.popovici@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting, Romanian Academy   • Adrian Cantemir CĂLIN, email: cantemircalin@ipe.ro, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: The aim of this paper is to assess the impact of institutions’ quality on FDI inflows in two groups of countries in Central and Eastern Europe a

    No 47 - September 2017 > THE ROLE OF INSTITUTIONS’QUALITY IN ENHANCING FDI INFLOWS IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE AND NORTH AFRICA

  138. 138. INTERNAL CONTROL IN ROMANIA MALFUNCTIONS – PERSPECTIVES — 25 September 2017

    Authors:   • Silvia Mihaela POPESCU , email: mihaela.popescu@gov.ro , Afiliation: Valahia University from Târgovişte   • Dănuț Petrișor GRUIA, email: gruia.petrisor@yahoo.it , Afiliation: Valahia University from Târgovişte
    Abstract: The phrase "internal control" highlights the responsibility of all hierarchical levels for the management of all internal processes carried

    No 47 - September 2017 > INTERNAL CONTROL IN ROMANIA MALFUNCTIONS – PERSPECTIVES

  139. 139. THE EVOLUTION OF THE NUMBER OF PENSIONERS IN ROMANIA — 22 March 2020

    Authors:   • Brînduşa Mihaela RADU, email: bmradu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Pension systems are going through a crisis in the world. Many of the countries of the European Union, but not only, have impressive costs - generally

    No 54 - Supplement June 2019 > THE EVOLUTION OF THE NUMBER OF PENSIONERS IN ROMANIA

  140. 140. THE RIGHT TO TRAINING AND IMPROVEMENT OF VOCATIONAL TRAINING. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS REGARDING CIVIL SERVANTS, CONTRACT STAFF FROM PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND EMPLOYEES FROM THE PRIVATE SECTOR — 22 March 2020

    Authors:   • Narcis Teodor GODEANU, email: narcis@godeanu.eu, Afiliation: “Spiru Haret” University, Romania
    Abstract: Our study intends to analyze comparatively the improvement of the professional training for civil servants, the contract staff from the public admi

    No 54 - Supplement June 2019 > THE RIGHT TO TRAINING AND IMPROVEMENT OF VOCATIONAL TRAINING. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS REGARDING CIVIL SERVANTS, CONTRACT STAFF FROM PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND EMPLOYEES FROM THE PRIVATE SECTOR

  141. 141. PERSPECTIVES OF THE PERFORMANCE OF INTERNAL AUDIT IN ECONOMIC ORGANIZATIONS — 22 March 2020

    Authors:   • Cristian Virgiliu RADU, email: crradu@hotmail.com, Afiliation: University of Valahia Targoviste, Romania
    Abstract: The paper focuses mainly on documentary research and critical analysis, addressing important theoretical issues such as: definition of internal audit,

    No 54 - Supplement June 2019 > PERSPECTIVES OF THE PERFORMANCE OF INTERNAL AUDIT IN ECONOMIC ORGANIZATIONS

  142. 142. TRENDS IN CURRENT INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION — 25 March 2020

    Authors:   • Brînduşa Mihaela RADU, email: bmradu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Labor migration is the subject of many specialized studies that are the subject of interdisciplinary sciences such as economics, international affa

    No 57 - March 2020 > TRENDS IN CURRENT INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION

  143. 143. THE CHANGING NATURE OF WORK. BRIEF AUDIT OF HUMAN CAPITAL IN ROMANIA — 25 March 2020

    Authors:   • Radu GHEORGHE, email: radu.gheorghe@univath.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The new picture of a person’s life in the digital age assumes another philosophy of life, which practically cancels an important sequence wit

    No 57 - March 2020 > THE CHANGING NATURE OF WORK. BRIEF AUDIT OF HUMAN CAPITAL IN ROMANIA

  144. 144. COMPANY TAXATION AT NATIONAL AND EUROPEAN LEVEL — 25 March 2020

    Authors:   • Otilia MANTA, email: otilia.manta@rgic.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The directions of adaptation of the taxation regarding the stimulation and favoring of the stability and the competitiveness of the Romanian compan

    No 57 - March 2020 > COMPANY TAXATION AT NATIONAL AND EUROPEAN LEVEL

  145. 145. VIRTUAL CURRENCY AND GLOBAL BUSINESS - THE NEW TREND IN THE NET-ECONOMY — 30 June 2020

    Authors:   • Cătălin DUMITRESCU, email: catalindumi@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania  • Matei DUMITRESCU, email: mateidumi7@gmail.com, Afiliation: Department FABIZ, University of Economic Studies, Romania
    Abstract: The rapid development of information technology has made generating  cryptocurrencies and fast, cheap and uncontrollable transactions using virtu

    No 58 - June 2020 > VIRTUAL CURRENCY AND GLOBAL BUSINESS - THE NEW TREND IN THE NET-ECONOMY

  146. 146. THE IMPACT OF MIGRATION ON THE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN — 29 September 2020

    Authors:   • Brînduşa Mihaela RADU, email: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania, Afiliation: bmradu@yahoo.com  • Mariana BĂLAN, email: Institute for Economic Forecasting – NIER, Romanian Academy, Afiliation: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com  • Carmen UZLĂU, email: Institute for Economic Forecasting – NIER, Romanian Academy, Afiliation: carmen.uzlau1812@gmail.com
    Abstract: The analysis of the problems related to the migration of Romanians presupposes the detailed knowledge of the motivations and characteristics of the mi

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  147. 147. MANAGEMENT OF CYBERCRIME IN THE FINANCIAL FIELD - PERSPECTIVES TO COMBAT THE PHENOMENON — 29 September 2020

    Authors:   • Robert HELLVIG, email: Athenaeum University, Bucharest  • Cătălin DUMITRESCU, email: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Afiliation: catalindumi@yahoo.com  • Matei DUMITRESCU, email: Department FABIZ, University of Economic Studies, Afiliation: mateidumi7@gmail.com
    Abstract: The contemporary context requires us to be efficient, and to achieve this goal we must be up to date with the latest information and the latest techno

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  148. 148. DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS — 21 December 2020

    Authors:   • Brînduşa Mihaela RADU, email: bmradu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: In the coming decades, international migration remains a real process and may vary, taking into account political and economic changes, innovative tec

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  149. 149. FINANCIAL STATEMENTS – OBJECT OF THE FINANCIAL AUDIT — 21 December 2020

    Authors:   • Emilia VASILE, email: rector@univath.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania  • Ion CROITORU, email: ion.croitoru.ag@gmail.com, Afiliation: Atheneaum” University of Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Financial information is useful both inside the organization (management) and outside it (customers, suppliers, creditors, banks, investors, etc.), wh

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  150. 150. PANDEMIC SARS-COV-2 DEVELOPMENTS AND PROJECTIONS. SOME EUROPEAN COUNTRY CASES — 21 December 2020

    Authors:   • Dalina-Maria Andrei,, email: dalinaandrei@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Institute of Economic Forecasting, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: This article below sees the countries’ behaviours while a quick, although gradual resuming the economic activity previously interrupted by the p

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  151. 151. INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION OF THE POPULATION UNDER THE COVID PANDEMIC — 29 March 2021

    Authors:   • Brînduşa Mihaela RADU, email: bmradu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania   • Mariana BĂLAN, email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting – NIER, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented challenge, with very severe socio-economic consequences. We are committed to doing everything necessary to m

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  152. 152. NEUROMARKETING - A SCIENTIFIC TOOL TO HANDLE CONSUMER BRAIN INFORMATION — 29 March 2021

    Authors:   • Cătălin DUMITRESCU, email: catalindumi@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania  • Matei DUMITRESCU , email: dumitrescumatei18@stud.ase.ro, Afiliation: Faculty of Business Administration in Foreign Languages
    Abstract: The article addresses a relatively new topic on the Romanian market, namely Neuromarketing as a field of scientific research that has a wide applicabi

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  153. 153. GREEN ENERGY PRODUCTION IN ROMANIA — 29 June 2021

    Authors:   • Brînduşa Mihaela RADU, email: bmradu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Green energy is the popular name for renewable and non-polluting energy sources. Electricity generated from renewable sources is becoming more and mor

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  154. 154. CASE STUDY ON ENTREPRENEURIAL TRAINING NEEDS AMONG STUDENTS — 13 October 2021

    Authors:   • George CALOTĂ, email: gcalota2003@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania   • Vlad Ovidiu CIOACĂ, email: vlladd_ovidiu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: University of Craiova, Romania
    Abstract: This article presents the results of a sociological survey based on a questionnaire conducted to find out the needs, attitudes and opinions of student

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  155. 155. FRAUD MECHANISMS - ACCOUNTING AND FISCAL EVALUATION - SEEN AS POSSIBILITIES FOR ESTIMATING THE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY — 30 September 2021

    Authors:   • Liliana MANEA, email: lilyanamanea@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania   • Larisa Roxana MANEA, email: larisamanea@yahoo.com , Afiliation: Valahia University of Targoviste, Romania
    Abstract: The interrelationship between activities specific to the shadow economy and those specific to corruption is obvious and long-noted between academia, n

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  156. 156. METHODS FOR STORING AND FINDING DATA IN THE BUSINESS LOGIC FOR ECONOMIC APPLICATIONS — 29 September 2021

    Authors:   • Emilia VASILE, email: rector@univath.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania  • Dănuţ-Octavian SIMION, email: danut_so@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The paper presents the methods for storing and finding data in the business logic for economic applications. Along with the definition of the business

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