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  1. 1. SOCIO-ECONOMIC INEQUALITIES AND THE DIVERSITY OF SOCIAL FEARS CAPITALISM UNDER QUESTIONS? — 30 March 2022

    Authors:   • Radu GHEORGHE, email: radu.gheorghe@univath.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Many results of the Edelman Trust Barometer recalled into question the hypothesis launched by Immanuel Wallerstein in the early twentieth century, tha

    No 62 - Supplement June 2021 > SOCIO-ECONOMIC INEQUALITIES AND THE DIVERSITY OF SOCIAL FEARS CAPITALISM UNDER QUESTIONS?

  2. 2. COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND THE IMPACT ON PUBLIC MANAGEMENT — 30 March 2022

    Authors:   • Teodora Nicoleta LAZĂR (PLEȘA), email: teodora.lazar@valahia.ro , Afiliation: Valahia University of Târgoviște, Romania   • Constanța POPESCU, email: tantapop@yahoo.com , Afiliation: Valahia University of Târgoviște, Romania   • Iliodor Tiberiu PLEȘA, email: tiberiu.plesa@gmail.com
    Abstract: Today’s reality, affected by the adaptation to the new conditions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, has suffered a series of shocks due to the c

    No 62 - Supplement June 2021 > COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND THE IMPACT ON PUBLIC MANAGEMENT

  3. 3. APPROACHES TO THE INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL FLOWS IN THE GLOBALIZED ECONOMY — 21 December 2014

    Authors:   • Maria MACRIS, email: mariamacris2011@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Assoc. prof. Ph. D. University of Petrosani, Faculty of Sciences, Romania  • Mariana MAN, email: man_mariana2006@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Prof. Ph.D. University of Petrosani, Faculty of Sciences, Romania
    Abstract: The problem addressed by this paper concerns issues related to the international capital flows in the current context of the globalized economy. In th

    No 36 - December 2014 > APPROACHES TO THE INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL FLOWS IN THE GLOBALIZED ECONOMY

  4. 4. ROMANIA REAL ESTATE MARKET ANALYSIS & CHINESE REAL ESTATE MARKET STRATEGY ANALYSIS — 21 December 2014

    Authors:   • Mrs. CHAI FENG XIA, PhD. Candidate, email: Joybird387@hotmail.com, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Romania and China both were communist country, after the politilcal change, economy and other social aspects all changed a lot. Regaring the real esta

    No 36 - December 2014 > ROMANIA REAL ESTATE MARKET ANALYSIS & CHINESE REAL ESTATE MARKET STRATEGY ANALYSIS

  5. 5. 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

  6. 6. 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

  7. 7. 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

  8. 8. INNOVATIVE PERSPECTIVES OF A HEALTHY ECONOMY IN EUROPE — 23 December 2014

    Authors:   • Mariana BĂLAN, email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: “Athenaeum” University-Bucharest, Institute for Economic Forecasting, Romanian Academy  • Oana Camelia IACOB, email: ioanabaghi@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Ph. D. Student, Valahia University, Târgovişte, Romania  • Ana-Maria VOLINTIRU, email: anavolintiru@gmail.com, Afiliation: Ph. D. Student, Valahia University, Târgovişte, Romania  • Aurel MARIN, email: aurel.marin@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Ph. D. Student, Valahia University, Târgovişte, Romania
    Abstract: Against the background of a double crisis - the short-term economic and long-term demographic crisis - European states adjust to reality embracing the

    No 32 - December 2013 > INNOVATIVE PERSPECTIVES OF A HEALTHY ECONOMY IN EUROPE

  9. 9. INNOVATIVE PERSPECTIVES OF A HEALTHY ECONOMY IN EUROPE — 23 December 2014

    Authors:   • Mariana BĂLAN, email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: “Athenaeum” University-Bucharest, Institute for Economic Forecasting, Romanian Academy  • Oana Camelia IACOB, email: ioanabaghi@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Ph. D. Student, Valahia University, Târgovişte, Romania  • Ana-Maria VOLINTIRU, email: anavolintiru@gmail.com, Afiliation: Ph. D. Student, Valahia University, Târgovişte, Romania  • Aurel MARIN, email: aurel.marin@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Ph. D. Student, Valahia University, Târgovişte, Romania
    Abstract: Against the background of a double crisis - the short-term economic and long-term demographic crisis - European states adjust to reality embracing the

    No 32 - December 2013 > INNOVATIVE PERSPECTIVES OF A HEALTHY ECONOMY IN EUROPE

  10. 10. 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

  11. 11. EXCHANGE RATE DURING THE FINANCIAL CRISIS — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • Elena PELINESCU, Afiliation: Institut for Economic Forecasting – NIER, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: The paper analyzes the evolution of the exchange rate in Romania during the financial crisis in order to offer some information regarding how the exch

    No 30 - June 2013 > EXCHANGE RATE DURING THE FINANCIAL CRISIS

  12. 12. LABOUR FORCES PARTICIPATION IN THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA — 24 December 2014

    Authors:   • PhD Calcedonia ENACHE, email: calcedoniaenache@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest
    Abstract: The distribution of employment by activities of the national economy shows that the agriculture, forestry and fishing sector has concentrated 28.6 per

    No 30 - June 2013 > LABOUR FORCES PARTICIPATION IN THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA

  13. 13. COULD THE PRESENT ECONOMIC-FINANCIAL CRISIS GIVE A NEW IMPETUS TO THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION AND THE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY? — 24 December 2014

    Authors:   • Lecturer, Ph.D. Adrian Ducu MATEI, email: ducumatei@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University of Bucarest
    Abstract: This paper reveals the main features of corruption and of the underground economy, giving consideration to the fact that a diminution of such phenomen

    No 30 - June 2013 > COULD THE PRESENT ECONOMIC-FINANCIAL CRISIS GIVE A NEW IMPETUS TO THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION AND THE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY?

  14. 14. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE RELATION WITH CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • ISSAM MF SALTAJI, email: createmyworld@mail.ru, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Sustainability is targeted in this article to be integrated with corporate governance presenting its importance in business world not as obligation, b

    No 30 - June 2013 > CORPORATE GOVERNANCE RELATION WITH CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY

  15. 15. 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

  16. 16. 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

  17. 17. PARTICULARITIES CONCERNING THE PROFITABILITY AND THE FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS PORTFOLIO RISK — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • Valentina MINEA, Afiliation: Doctoral School "Valahia" University of Targoviste in the project PREDEX (POSDRU/CPP107/DMI1.5/S/77497), Romania  • Liliana MANEA (NEAGU), email: vali_minea@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Doctoral School "Valahia" University of Targoviste in the project PREDEX (POSDRU/CPP107/DMI1.5/S/77497), Romania  • Maria LUPU (BOTEZATU), Afiliation: Doctoral School "Valahia" University of Targoviste in the project PREDEX (POSDRU/CPP107/DMI1.5/S/77497), Romania
    Abstract: Over time, those who manage the portofolios of financial instruments have dealt with changes from a reglementation, market and technology point of vie

    No 30 - June 2013 > PARTICULARITIES CONCERNING THE PROFITABILITY AND THE FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS PORTFOLIO RISK

  18. 18. ECONOMETRIC MODEL OF MULTIPLE EQUATION OF DIFFERENT SHAPE — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • VASILE BENDIC, email: vasilebendic@yahoo.com, Afiliation: University Politehnica – Bucharest
    Abstract: Market economy has its own mechanisms which are subject to a continuous adjustment system through the action of specifics objective laws. In this cont

    No 30 - June 2013 > ECONOMETRIC MODEL OF MULTIPLE EQUATION OF DIFFERENT SHAPE

  19. 19. IMPROVING ACCESS OF SMES TO THE PUBLIC PROCUREMENT MARKETS — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • Ph.D. Daniela MITRAN, email: danielamitran@yaoo.com, Afiliation: “Athenaeum” University of Bucharest
    Abstract: This paper focuses on the issue of participation of Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in public procurement in Romania, taking into account th

    No 30 - June 2013 > IMPROVING ACCESS OF SMES TO THE PUBLIC PROCUREMENT MARKETS

  20. 20. 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

  21. 21. 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

  22. 22. 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

  23. 23. MONEY POLICY IMPLEMENTATION AT NATIONAL LEVEL — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • Oana Camelia IACOB, email: ioanabaghi@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Ph. D. Student, Valahia University, Targoviste, Romania  • Aurel MARIN, email: aurel.marin@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Ph. D. Student, Valahia University, Targoviste, Romania  • Dan CRISTEA, email: dancristea2@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania  • Ana-Maria VOLINTIRU, email: anavolintiru@gmail.com, Afiliation: Ph. D. Student, Valahia University, Targoviste, Romania  • Andrei Mihai CRISTEA, email: cristeaandm@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Assistant professor at Hyperion University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Article aims to highlight the effectiveness of inflation targeting strategy in Romania during the crisis. Thus, we present inflation in Romania in the

    No 30 - June 2013 > MONEY POLICY IMPLEMENTATION AT NATIONAL LEVEL

  24. 24. 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

  25. 25. REGIONAL UNEMPLOYMENT AND TOURISM REGARDED AS PART OF THE NATIONAL ECONOMY — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • Cristina Burghelea, email: crystachy@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University of Bucharest, Romania  • Mirela Ionela Aceleanu, email: aceleanu_mirela@yahoo.com, Afiliation: The Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, Romania   • Miron Dumitrescu, email: a3du2005@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University of Bucharest, Romania  • Mihaela Marcu, email: mihaela.marcu13@yahoo.com , Afiliation: Hyperion University of Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Dealing with actions to promote economic growth, to ensure financial stability and budgetary consolidation, it is important and necessary to promote e

    No 35 - September 2014 > REGIONAL UNEMPLOYMENT AND TOURISM REGARDED AS PART OF THE NATIONAL ECONOMY

  26. 26. 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

  27. 27. 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

  28. 28. RISK IN PERFORMANCE AGRICULTURAL PRACTICE — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • Mariana BRAN, PhD. Professor, email: mariana.bran13@yahoo.com, Afiliation: The Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, Romania
    Abstract: The environment, with all physical and chemical components, was permanently exploited by the biodiversity. The ecology experts consider that its value

    No 34 - June 2014 > RISK IN PERFORMANCE AGRICULTURAL PRACTICE

  29. 29. 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

  30. 30. UNDERGROUND ECONOMY AND THE TAX EVASION IN ROMANIA — 15 December 2014

    Authors:   • Cristian Nicolae STANICA, PhD, email: stanica_cris@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Institute of Economic Forecast, Romanian Academy, Bucharest
    Abstract: The paper present the features of the underground economy in Romania and the factors’ contribution to its formation: undeclared labour of the fo

    No 34 - June 2014 > UNDERGROUND ECONOMY AND THE TAX EVASION IN ROMANIA

  31. 31. 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

  32. 32. 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

  33. 33. 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

  34. 34. 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

  35. 35. 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

  36. 36. CORRELATION OF DJIA, DAX AND BET INDEXES UNDER NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES AND DURING A FINANCIAL CRISIS SITUATION — 16 January 2015

    Authors:   • Dan ARMEANU, Ph.D.Professor, email: darmeanu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest  • Andreea NEGRU, Ph.D.Student, email: andreea.negru@money.ro, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest  • Sorin-Iulian CIOACĂ, Ph.D.Student, email: cioaca_sorin@yahoo.co, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest  • Mihai Cristian DINICA, Ph.D.Student, email: mihai.dinica@gmail.com, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest  • Ana-Maria BURCĂ, Ph.D.Student, email: burca.anamaria@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest
    Abstract: Up until the 80’s, financial crises were considered to be limited to the level of capital markets (therefore individual), without any systemic i

    No 27 - September 2012 > CORRELATION OF DJIA, DAX AND BET INDEXES UNDER NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES AND DURING A FINANCIAL CRISIS SITUATION

  37. 37. 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

  38. 38. CLIMATIC RISK ON ECONOMICAL RESULTS IN A FARMING SOCIETY OF SOUTH MUNTENIA REGION — 16 January 2015

    Authors:   • Ph.D. Mariana BRAN, Afiliation: Academy of Economical Studies Bucharest
    Abstract: The agro-ecosystems present interest by their product useful to society – farming production – agriculture being the branch of economy whi

    No 26 - June 2012 > CLIMATIC RISK ON ECONOMICAL RESULTS IN A FARMING SOCIETY OF SOUTH MUNTENIA REGION

  39. 39. 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

  40. 40. TAX EVASION - BETWEEN LEGAL AND ILLEGAL. MECHANISMS OF THE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY — 16 January 2015

    Authors:   • PhD. Corina Maria ENE, email: corin.maria.ene@gmail.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, Bucharest  • PhD. Carmen Marilena UZLĂU, email: carme_uzlau@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, Bucharest  • PhD. Mariana BĂLAN, email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: “Athenauem” University, Bucharest
    Abstract: Tax evasion, special component of the underground economy is an economic and social phenomenon whose size has grown in all countries. Tax evasion and

    No 24 - December 2011 > TAX EVASION - BETWEEN LEGAL AND ILLEGAL. MECHANISMS OF THE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY

  41. 41. 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

  42. 42. BASEL III REGULATIONS ON STRENGTHENING THE BANKING SYSTEM CAPITALIZATION — 16 January 2015

    Authors:   • PhD. Natalita HURDUC, email: Natalia.hurduc@yahoo.com, Afiliation: “Athenaeum” University Bucharest  • PhD. Applicant Nicoleta HURDUC, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The objective of future Basel III regulations is to improve the capacity of the banking sector to absorb economic and financial shocks, from whatever

    No 23 - September 2011 > BASEL III REGULATIONS ON STRENGTHENING THE BANKING SYSTEM CAPITALIZATION

  43. 43. OPTIMIZING THE PORTFOLIO OF ASSETS, ACCORDING TO THE MARKOWITZ MODEL — 16 January 2015

    Authors:   • Dan ARMEANU, Ph.D.Professor, email: darmeanu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest  • Andreea NEGRU, Ph.D.Student, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest
    Abstract: One can argue – with a degree of certainty – that finance experts had long realised that the decision to invest needed to take into accoun

    No 22 - June 2011 > OPTIMIZING THE PORTFOLIO OF ASSETS, ACCORDING TO THE MARKOWITZ MODEL

  44. 44. EVOLUTIONS OF REMITTANCE FLOW DURING THE ECONOMIC-FINANCIAL CRISIS — 16 January 2015

    Authors:   • Ph.D. Mariana BĂLAN, Afiliation: „Athenaeum” University  • Student Liliana SIMIONESCU, Afiliation: „Athenaeum” University  • Ph.D. Student Vlad IORDACHE, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies
    Abstract: The global financial markets crisis that hit the world economy at the middle of 2008 affected the global economy as a whole, but had also a major impa

    No 21 - March 2011 > EVOLUTIONS OF REMITTANCE FLOW DURING THE ECONOMIC-FINANCIAL CRISIS

  45. 45. 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

  46. 46. 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

  47. 47. 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

  48. 48. 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

  49. 49. 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

  50. 50. EVALUATION AND RISKS OF DRUGS’ TRAFFICKING — 10 June 2015

    Authors:   • Silviu Ciprian BUCUR, email: s_bucur_2004@yahoo.com, Afiliation: The Institute of National Economy
    Abstract:  The phenomenon related to drugs includes firstly the trafficking activity for drugs which comprises activities such cultivating, distributing

    No 38 - June 2015 > EVALUATION AND RISKS OF DRUGS’ TRAFFICKING

  51. 51. 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

  52. 52. ENERGY AND INNOVATION SECTOR SEEN AS ESSENTIAL FACTORS OF ECONOMIC SECURITY IN THE THIRD MILLENNIUM — 10 June 2015

    Authors:   • Florin CORNEANU, email: florin2503@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Postdoctorand National Economy Institute/Romanian Academy, Bucharest,
    Abstract:  The energy and innovation sector are key components of the economic security of Romania. In order to be able to keep the high standards with

    No 38 - June 2015 > ENERGY AND INNOVATION SECTOR SEEN AS ESSENTIAL FACTORS OF ECONOMIC SECURITY IN THE THIRD MILLENNIUM

  53. 53. 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

  54. 54. NEED OF A NEW SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC PACT – HORIZON EUROPE 2020 — 10 June 2015

    Authors:   • Cornelia DUMITRU, email: cornelia.dumitru@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institute of National Economy, Romanian Academy
    Abstract:  The current period is characterized by three concurring phenomena and which influence mutually one another: globalization, digitalization and

    No 38 - June 2015 > NEED OF A NEW SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC PACT – HORIZON EUROPE 2020

  55. 55. THE LONG TERM IMPACT OF DIFFERENT METHODS OF BOOSTING THE ACTIVITY — 05 October 2015

    Authors:   • George CALOTA, email: gcalota2003@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University of Bucharest, Romania  • Bogdan STICLOSU, Ph. D Student, email: bogdan.sticlosu@gmail.com, Afiliation: University of Craiova Faculty of Economics and Business Administration Craiova, Romania  • Bogdan PIRVULESCU, Ph. D Student, email: bogdan.pirvulescu.mb@mfinante.ro, Afiliation: University of Craiova Faculty of Economics and Business Administration Craiova, Romania
    Abstract:  The activity of a company, given the actual conditions characterized by financial difficulties due to the economic crisis, are confronting a

    No 39 - September 2015 > THE LONG TERM IMPACT OF DIFFERENT METHODS OF BOOSTING THE ACTIVITY

  56. 56. 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

  57. 57. 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

  58. 58. THE ROLE OF THE SOCIAL ECONOMY IN LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN ROMANIA AND THE POSSIBLE CHANGE OF PARADIGM OF SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH — 07 April 2016

    Authors:   • Gheorghe RADU, PhD, email: gheorghe_radu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: “Athenaeum”University of Bucharest  • Sorin CHELMU, PhD, email: sorin.chelmu@yahoo.com
    Abstract: Seen in a less optimistic key, the presence of the Social Economy through its specific forms of manifestation, seems to interpret in Romania the role

    No 41 - March 2016 > THE ROLE OF THE SOCIAL ECONOMY IN LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN ROMANIA AND THE POSSIBLE CHANGE OF PARADIGM OF SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH

  59. 59. ANALYSIS OF LABOR MARKET SEGREGATION BY GENDER IN ROMANIA — 07 April 2016

    Authors:   • Octavian Constantin BURGHELEA, email: o.burghelea@printecgroup.com, Afiliation: Printec Group Romania, 53 Putul lui Zamfir  • Oana Camelia IACOB, email: oanacamelia.i@gmail.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, 169 Calea Calarasi  • Ana-Maria VOLINTIRU, email: anavolintiru@gmail.com, Afiliation: Amma Print SRL, Bucharest  • Marinela GEAMANU, email: geamanu_marinela@yahoo.com.au, Afiliation: Marinela GEAMANU
    Abstract: This article aims to highlight the analysis of labor market segregation in Romania. The labor market is defined by demand and supply of labor, which i

    No 41 - March 2016 > ANALYSIS OF LABOR MARKET SEGREGATION BY GENDER IN ROMANIA

  60. 60. 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

  61. 61. 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

  62. 62. COMPETENCES AND SKILLS FOR STIMULATING PERFORMANCE PROFESSIONAL INSERTION OF YOUTHS — 07 June 2016

    Authors:   • Mariana BALAN, PhD Professor, email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: „Athenaeum” University of Bucharest Institute of National Economy, Romanian Academy  • Raluca MAZILESCU, PhD., email: ralucamazilescu@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institute of National Economy, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: It is unanimously agreed on that technological progress exceeds as rate the possibilities of the economy and society to generate new employment opport

    No 42 - June 2016 > COMPETENCES AND SKILLS FOR STIMULATING PERFORMANCE PROFESSIONAL INSERTION OF YOUTHS

  63. 63. 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

  64. 64. 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

  65. 65. 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

  66. 66. 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

  67. 67. USING INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN DECISIONS FOR BUSINESSES — 05 September 2016

    Authors:   • Emilia VASILE , email: rector@univath.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania  • Ion CROITORU, email: ion_croitoru_4u@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania  • Dănuţ Octavian SIMION , email: danut_so@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The paper presents the benefits of usage of information systems in decisions for businesses, which can reveale the optimal choice of the solution in o

    No 43 - September 2016 > USING INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN DECISIONS FOR BUSINESSES

  68. 68. GRAPHIC EVALUATION OF COPYRIGHT AND OF RELATIONS BY THE METHOD OF DISCOUNTED CASH-FLOW (DCF) — 05 September 2016

    Authors:   • Paula-Angela VIDRAȘCU, email: vidrascupaulaangela@yahoo.co , Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania   • Oana Camelia IACOB, email: oanacamelia.i@gmail.com, Afiliation: Hyperion University, 169 Calea Calarasi, Bucharest, Romania   • Ana-Maria VOLINTIRU, email: anavolintiru@gmail.com, Afiliation: Amma Print SRL, Bucharest, Romania   • Marinela GEAMĂNU, email: geamanu_marinela@yahoo.com.au, Afiliation: Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: According to the new technologies and due to the phenomenon of sustainability, in the knowledge economy, intangible assets are renamed, being limited

    No 43 - September 2016 > GRAPHIC EVALUATION OF COPYRIGHT AND OF RELATIONS BY THE METHOD OF DISCOUNTED CASH-FLOW (DCF)

  69. 69. 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

  70. 70. ECONOMIC GROWTH AND JOBLESS RECOVERY AS INSTITUTIONAL ISSUE — 22 December 2016

    Authors:   • PhD. Student Cornelia DUMITRU, Scientific Researcher , email: cornelia.dumitru@gmail.com, Afiliation: Institute of National Economy-NIER, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: The multiple crises of the period 2008-2012 increased the uncertainties and asymmetries on the labour market which were generated by the technological

    No 44 - December 2016 > ECONOMIC GROWTH AND JOBLESS RECOVERY AS INSTITUTIONAL ISSUE

  71. 71. DEALINGS WITH THE PRESENT STAGE OF THE EGYPTIAN ECONOMIC SYSTEM — 22 December 2016

    Authors:   • Phd. Shawky Said Mohamed Aly, email: shwkealsaaeed@yahoo.com, Afiliation: El Majala University, Egypt  • PhD Liliana MANEA, email: lilyanamanea@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University Bucharest, Romania  • PhD. Alaaeldin Abdellatif Abdelrahman Ibrahim, email: shwkealsaaeed@yahoo.com, Afiliation: El Majala University, Egypt
    Abstract: This article aims to put into the light the actual stage of Egyptian economy and tries to find an analytical conclusion how to deal with the economic

    No 44 - December 2016 > DEALINGS WITH THE PRESENT STAGE OF THE EGYPTIAN ECONOMIC SYSTEM

  72. 72. 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

  73. 73. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: THE IMPACTS ON THE FIRM VALUE — 10 July 2017

    Authors:   • Issam MF SALTAJI, PhD Lecturer, email: issam.saltaji@univath.ro, Afiliation: ,, Athenaeum’’ University of Bucharest
    Abstract: Corporate governance is the most discussed topic by academicians and researchers to prove its importance in the business world through highlighting th

    No 46 - June 2017 > CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: THE IMPACTS ON THE FIRM VALUE

  74. 74. THE IMPACT OF HUMAN CAPITAL ON INNOVATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN ROMANIA — 10 July 2017

    Authors:   • Elena PELINESCU, PhD, Senior Researcher, email: elena_pelinescu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting of the Romanian Academy
    Abstract: The goal of the Europe 2020 strategy: smart, sustainable and inclusive growth would be achieved by using human capital and its abilities to innovate,

    No 46 - June 2017 > THE IMPACT OF HUMAN CAPITAL ON INNOVATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN ROMANIA

  75. 75. CONSIDERATION ON THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE AGGREGATE SUPPLY TO THE GDP IN THE ROMANIAN ECONOMY FOR THE PERIOD 2010-2015 POST CRISIS INFLUENCES — 14 September 2017

    Authors:   • Ph.D. Ass. Prof.Maria CIUREA, email: mariamacris2011@yahoo.com, Afiliation: University of Petrosani, Faculty of Science Department of Economic Sciences
    Abstract: In a modern market economy, open to the exterior, the behavior of the economic entities materializes in the form of aggregate supply and demand. The o

    No 46 - Supplement June 2017 > CONSIDERATION ON THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE AGGREGATE SUPPLY TO THE GDP IN THE ROMANIAN ECONOMY FOR THE PERIOD 2010-2015 POST CRISIS INFLUENCES

  76. 76. 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

  77. 77. 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

  78. 78. 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

  79. 79. FINANCING THE NATIONAL ECONOMY IMPACT OF THE EUROPEAN FUNDS ON ECONOMY — 30 September 2018

    Authors:   • Otilia MANTA, email: otilia.manta@rgic.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: European funds have been and represent a source of funding for the national economy through funding programs managed by the managing authorities of

    No 51 - September 2018 > FINANCING THE NATIONAL ECONOMY IMPACT OF THE EUROPEAN FUNDS ON ECONOMY

  80. 80. 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

  81. 81. 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

  82. 82. 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

  83. 83. MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVES - FACTOR OF GROWTH IN ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE — 28 December 2018

    Authors:   • Emilia VASILE, email: rector@univath.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania  • Ion CROITORU, email: ion.croitoru.ag@gmail.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The complexity of the social, political and economic environment over the last period of time has generated a process of professionalisation of org

    No 52 - December 2018 > MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVES - FACTOR OF GROWTH IN ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE

  84. 84. 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

  85. 85. A CASE STUDY ABOUT THE PERFORMANCE INDICATORS OF THE ROMANIAN CONSOLIDATED GENERAL BUDGET — 31 March 2019

    Authors:   • Liliana MANEA, email: lilyanamanea@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania  • Ciprian GIJU, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The objective of this article is to develop an economic model quantifying for one of the main Romanian Consolidated General Budget performance indi

    No 53 - March 2019 > A CASE STUDY ABOUT THE PERFORMANCE INDICATORS OF THE ROMANIAN CONSOLIDATED GENERAL BUDGET

  86. 86. ANALYSIS OF THE SPECIFIC MONEY LAUNDERING CRIMINAL CASES EVOLUTION IN ROMANIA — 29 September 2019

    Authors:   • Petrisor GRUIA, Afiliation: University of Valahia Targoviste, Romania  • Liliana MANEA, email: lilyanamanea@yahoo.com, Afiliation: University Athenaeum Bucharest, Romania  • Larisa MANEA, Afiliation: University of Valahia Targoviste, Romania
    Abstract: This article intends to put into the light an analysis about the evolution of money laundering criminal cases in Romania, being confident about mir

    No 55 - September 2019 > ANALYSIS OF THE SPECIFIC MONEY LAUNDERING CRIMINAL CASES EVOLUTION IN ROMANIA

  87. 87. 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

  88. 88. STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN THE ROMANIAN LABOUR MARKET — 23 December 2019

    Authors:   • Geo-Alexandru SPÂNULESCU, email: geospanulescu@gmail.com, Afiliation: The School of Advanced Studies of the Romanian Academy (SCOSAAR), Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Analysis of the effect on the evolution of the labor market predicts a significant increase of demand in skills and qualifications on all levels of

    No 56 - December 2019 > STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN THE ROMANIAN LABOUR MARKET

  89. 89. 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

  90. 90. PERFORMANCE AND VALUES IN ECONOMIC ORGANIZATIONS — 25 September 2017

    Authors:   • Emilia VASILE, email: rector@univat.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum” University Bucharest, România  • Ion CROITORU , email: ion.croitoru.ag@gmail.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum” University Bucharest, România
    Abstract: The performance of an organization is influenced by the way in which organizations define their mission and provide the resources needed to carry out

    No 47 - September 2017 > PERFORMANCE AND VALUES IN ECONOMIC ORGANIZATIONS

  91. 91. 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)

  92. 92. 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

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  93. 93. 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

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  94. 94. FRAGMENTATION OF TRUST. ECONOMIC GROWTH, SOCIAL INEQUALITY AND THE NEW INTERFACE OF THE INDIVIDUAL FEARS — 30 June 2020

    Authors:   • Radu GHEORGHE, email: radu.gheorghe@univath.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: According to the Edelman Trust Barometer 2020, beyond the presence of a strong global economy and a very low level of unemployment, people not longer

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  95. 95. 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

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  96. 96. MEASURES APPLIED AT EUROPEAN LEVEL IN THE CONTEXT OF THE CURRENT CRISIS (II) — 30 June 2020

    Authors:   • Otilia Manta, email: otilia.manta@rgic.ro, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania  • Viorica NEACȘU (BURCEA), email: viorica.burcea@yahoo.com, Afiliation: University of Valahia Targoviste, Romania
    Abstract: The crises have been permanent on our planet, and their consequences have had an economic, financial, ecological, and societal impact. The current hea

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  97. 97. ANALYSIS OF THE DIFFERENT MEASURES TAKEN BY THE EUROPEAN UNION AND ROMANIA TO CONTRACT THE EFFECTS OF COVID ON THE LABOR MARKET — 30 June 2020

    Authors:   • Brînduşa Mihaela RADU, email: bmradu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The spread of COVID-19 and the drastic blockages that followed led to the placement of economies and labor markets around the world in a state of emer

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  98. 98. 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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  99. 99. 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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