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  1. 1. SHARED MANAGEMENT IN THE EUROPEAN CONTEXT OF SIMPLIFICATION — 30 March 2022

    Authors:   • Iulian MISERCIU, email: iulian.miserciu@rcc.ro, Afiliation: University of Valahia IOSUD Doctoral School of Economic and Humanistic Sciences, Targoviste, Romania
    Abstract: With each new period of financial programming, the European Commission has imposed more and more conditions on national management and control systems

    No 62 - Supplement June 2021 > SHARED MANAGEMENT IN THE EUROPEAN CONTEXT OF SIMPLIFICATION

  2. 2. AN OVERVIEW OF FISCAL PRESSURE IN THE EUROPEAN UNION — 30 March 2022

    Authors:   • Ileana Iulia Istudor, email: iulia_32@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Valahia University, Targoviste, Romania  • Florina Mocanu, email: florinamocanu78@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Valahia University, Targoviste, Romania  • Marinela Daniela Manea, email: m_manea7@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Valahia University, Targoviste, Romania
    Abstract: An important part of the Gross Domestic Product is available to the state through taxes, fees and contributions. In the literature, there are many mea

    No 62 - Supplement June 2021 > AN OVERVIEW OF FISCAL PRESSURE IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

  3. 3. 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

  4. 4. 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

  5. 5. 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

  6. 6. OVERVIEW OF DEMOGRAPHIC AGING, ROMANIA IN THE EUROPEAN CONTEXT — 24 December 2014

    Authors:   • Ph.D. Student Brindusa-Mihaela RADU, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting, Romanian Academy
    Abstract: Unprecedented demographic changes announced in the twentieth century and continues to rise in this century, are about to change profoundly the world.

    No 30 - June 2013 > OVERVIEW OF DEMOGRAPHIC AGING, ROMANIA IN THE EUROPEAN CONTEXT

  7. 7. 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

  8. 8. SOME FDI DISPARITIES WITHIN THE EU REGION — 15 January 2015

    Authors:   • Dalina – Maria ANDREI, email: dalinaandrei@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Ph.D. and researcher, Institute of Economic Forecasting Bucharest  • Liviu – Catalin ANDREI, email: liviucandrei@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Ph.D. and senior lecturer at the National University of Political Sciences and Public Administration
    Abstract: It means at least performance and competitiveness taking part to a global activity for which political, economic and technological borders vanish as q

    No 30 - June 2013 > SOME FDI DISPARITIES WITHIN THE EU REGION

  9. 9. 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

  10. 10. 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

  11. 11. 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

  12. 12. 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

  13. 13. 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

  14. 14. 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

  15. 15. 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

  16. 16. 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

  17. 17. A RESEARCH THRU A LOGISTIC PERSPECTIVE REGARDING THE MANAGEMENT OF IMAGE-CRISES OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS FROM ROMANIA — 10 March 2015

    Authors:   • Antoniu Ovidiu BALINT, email: balint_antoniu_ovidiu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Bucharest University of Economic Studies, 6, Romana Sq, Sector 1, 010374, Bucharest, Romania,
    Abstract: Image Crises are explained by the specialists in this field of study as a process of damaging an organization's / institution’s reputatio

    No 37 - March 2015 > A RESEARCH THRU A LOGISTIC PERSPECTIVE REGARDING THE MANAGEMENT OF IMAGE-CRISES OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS FROM ROMANIA

  18. 18. 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

  19. 19. 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

  20. 20. ESTIMATING SIZE AND STRUCTURE OF YOUGH ROMANIAN MIGRANTS BASED ON THE GRAVITY MODELS — 05 October 2015

    Authors:   • Univ. Prof. Ph. D. Mariana BALAN, email: dr.mariana.balan@gmail.com, Afiliation: „Athenaeum” University – Bucharest  • PhD. Rodica PERCIUN, email: rodica21@gmail.com, Afiliation: National Institute for Economic Research - Academy of Sciences of Moldova
    Abstract:  Within the specialised literature are found an impressive number of models for studying migration/mobility of labour force both at national a

    No 39 - September 2015 > ESTIMATING SIZE AND STRUCTURE OF YOUGH ROMANIAN MIGRANTS BASED ON THE GRAVITY MODELS

  21. 21. 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

  22. 22. BUSINESS CLOUD AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: MAKING HIGH QUALITY DECISIONS & SUSTAINABLE GROWTH — 07 April 2016

    Authors:   • Issam MF SALTAJI, PhD Lecturer, email: createmyworld@mail.ru, Afiliation: ,,Athenaeum” University of Bucharest
    Abstract: The financial crisis has been forcing technologists to develop the account information system through the cloud computing in order to minimize and con

    No 41 - March 2016 > BUSINESS CLOUD AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: MAKING HIGH QUALITY DECISIONS & SUSTAINABLE GROWTH

  23. 23. 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

  24. 24. 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

  25. 25. 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.

    No 43 - September 2016 > SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE EUROPEN UNION

  26. 26. 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

  27. 27. 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

  28. 28. 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

  29. 29. 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

  30. 30. 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

  31. 31. 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

  32. 32. 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

  33. 33. 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

  34. 34. 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

  35. 35. 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

  36. 36. 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

  37. 37. 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

  38. 38. 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

  39. 39. EVOLUTION OF THE POPULATION IN THE DANUBE DELTA REGION — 31 March 2019

    Authors:   • Brînduşa Mihaela RADU, email: bmradu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Athenaeum University, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The population of the Delta has always been sparse, the semi-aquatic environment has resulted a density about of 5 inhabitants / km2. In summer, th

    No 53 - March 2019 > EVOLUTION OF THE POPULATION IN THE DANUBE DELTA REGION

  40. 40. 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

  41. 41. 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

  42. 42. 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

    No 60 - December 2020 > DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS

  43. 43. NEW COMPANIES’ FORMATION IN ROMANIA. A PVAR MODEL APPROACH — 29 June 2021

    Authors:   • Dalina-Maria ANDREI, email: dalinaandrei@yahoo.com , Afiliation: Institute of Economic Forecasting, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: This paper is an empirical analysis of determinants for new companies' formation and uses data from 42 Romanian counties (including Bucharest muni

    No 62 - June 2021 > NEW COMPANIES’ FORMATION IN ROMANIA. A PVAR MODEL APPROACH