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  1. 1. 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

  2. 2. 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

  3. 3. 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

  4. 4. 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

  5. 5. 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

  6. 6. 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

  7. 7. 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

  8. 8. 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

  9. 9. 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

  10. 10. 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

  11. 11. 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

  12. 12. 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

  13. 13. 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

  14. 14. 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

  15. 15. 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

  16. 16. 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

  17. 17. 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

  18. 18. 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:

    No 46 - Supplement June 2017 > LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. SOME THEORETICAL PREMISES

  19. 19. 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

  20. 20. 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

  21. 21. 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

  22. 22. 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

  23. 23. 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

  24. 24. 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

  25. 25. 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

  26. 26. 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

  27. 27. 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

    No 61 - March 2021 > INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION OF THE POPULATION UNDER THE COVID PANDEMIC

  28. 28. 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

    No 63 - September 2021 > FRAUD MECHANISMS - ACCOUNTING AND FISCAL EVALUATION - SEEN AS POSSIBILITIES FOR ESTIMATING THE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY