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

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

    No 30 - June 2013 > SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND THE ENVIRONMENT

  2. 2. 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

  3. 3. 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

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

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

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

  5. 5. 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

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

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

    No 19 - September 2010 > PREDISPOSITION TO RISK FARMING

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

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

    No 18 - June 2010 > ENVIRONMENTAL RISK IN ROMANIAN VINEYARDS

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

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

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

  9. 9. 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  12. 12. 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

  13. 13. 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

  14. 14. 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

  15. 15. 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

  16. 16. 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

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

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

    No 43 - September 2016 > BRIEF DISCUSSION ON SUSTAINABLE TOURISM

  18. 18. 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

  19. 19. 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

  20. 20. 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

  21. 21. 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

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

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

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

  23. 23. 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

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

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

    No 55 - September 2019 > EDUCATION IN A MODERN SOCIETY

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

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

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

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

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

    No 62 - June 2021 > GREEN ENERGY PRODUCTION IN ROMANIA