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  • Papatulica, Mariana (Institute for World Economy, 2010)
    The economic crisis did not altered the deep structural changes underway in global energy markets - growing energy demand in developing countries and growing concerns about limiting carbon emissions - and revealed how oil, ...
  • Pencea, Sarmiza (Institute for World Economy, 2010)
    Clusters are complex economic structures in which similar companies, their up-stream and down-stream business partners, universities, research institutes, educational units, various service providers, diverse private and ...
  • Dumitrescu, Alina Ligia (Institute for World Economy, 2010)
    The study analyzes the strategy "Europe 2020" and outlines the economic and social development in light of this strategy. For 2020, the European Commission proposes EU five measurable objectives that will guide the process ...
  • Câmpeanu, Virginia; Oehler-Șincai, Iulia Monica; Drăgoi, Andreea (Institute for World Economy, 2010)
    The present paper has as main objective the analysis of the opportunities and development perspectives of the trade relationship between Romania and the Russian Federation, linked to the latest evolutions of the European ...
  • BĂLŢĂTESCU, Ionela (Institute for World Economy, 2010)
    The purpose of the present article is to briefly review two of the most important policy responses of EU authorities to the Eurozone public debt crisis: (1) ECB bond buying; and (2) the setup of European Financial Stability ...
  • BĂLŢĂTESCU, Ionela (Institute for World Economy, 2010)
    The purpose of the present article is to briefly overview the main characteristics and structure of China’s capital market. The first part of the paper presents the main stock exchanges, futures exchanges and commodity ...
  • MOAGĂR-POLADIAN, Simona (Institute for World Economy, 2010)
    In the last 40 years, the world crises have become more and more intensely and serious. The decoupling phenomenon between the financial flows and commodities flows has shown the political factors involvement in international ...
  • MOAGĂR-POLADIAN, Simona (Institute for World Economy, 2010)
    The financial crisis that ongoing in 2008 had relocated the power centers from the developed countries to the emerging ones. China, Brazil, India and Russia would become recognized powers of the world in only one decade ...
  • Bulgaria 
    Bratu, Mihai (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    In the last years, this country was faced with an financial economic crisis, but had succeeded next year the unfavorable period of time by a general mobilization of the administrative authorities from Sofia, concretized ...
  • Nickel 
    Dragomirescu, Anca (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    The article presents the evolution of the world nickel market during 2010 and projections for 2011. In 2010, the nickel yearly average price at the London Metal Exchange increased largely, by about 49%, reflecting the ...
  • Portugal 
    Iordache, Lucia (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    Portugal, which recorded after 2000 the slowest economic growth in the Eurozone (an average annual rate of only 1%) because of the persistence of serious structural problems, felt the hard impact of the global financial ...
  • Oehler-Șincai, Monica Iulia (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    This paper brings to the forefront the BRICS countries’ economic situation in 2010 and prospects for 2011-2012, based on a comparative analysis of key macroeconomic indicators. At the same time, it emphasizes the rationale ...
  • Bumbac, Cristina (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    The article presents the development of the ferrous scraps market in 2010 and prospects for 2011. The ferrous scrap and pig iron markets known a significant prices growth in 2008, reaching record levels, that were considered ...
  • Silver 
    Ghițac, Dana (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    In terms of annual tonnage, the total supplies of silver were 17 % higher than in 2009. Mining companies were a major contributor, by re-positioning in their hedging programs. Meaning that, after four years in which they ...
  • Canada 
    Boureanu, Mădălina (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    The evolution of the Canadian economy was marked by a series of significant changes during 2010. Both the real GDP and the employment have recovered the losses registered during the 2009 recession period, which indicates ...
  • Italy 
    Sălăgean, Dragoș (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    În 2010 Italia a revenit la ritmuri pozitive de creştere economică, iar pentru 2011 nu se anunţă modificări majore de tendinţă. Principalele pericole cu care se confruntă economia italiană în 2011 sunt legate de nivelul ...
  • Spain 
    Oehler-Șincai, Monica Iulia (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    Year 2010 was the beginning of a period of extensive structural reforms in Spain, accompanied by both positive and negative effects. In 2010, private consumption was the only component of GDP that recovered, while both ...
  • Wood Pulp 
    Cartas, Maria (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    The article analyses the main developments of the world wood pulp market in 2010 and prospects for 2011. The large demand for wood raw material for wood pulp industry led to its increasing costs. The upward trend of wood ...
  • Mexico 
    Simion, Mirela (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    The article presents, the evolution of the economic conjuncture in 2010 and outlook for 2011-2012. According to OECD- ” Economic Outlook – nov. 2011” , Mexico faced a strong recovery in 2010 when GDP growth was by 5,5% ( ...
  • Bumbac, Cristina (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    The article presents the ferroalloys market’s development in 2010 and prospects for 2011. This market, as the majority of metals, is dominated by China and other emergent economies from Asia, which are engaged in extensive ...

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