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  • POSPÍŠIL, RICHARD (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    In the long run, public budgets in a great majority of developed economies suffer from recurring deficits and an increasing public debt. However, the condition of public finance deteriorated even in times of economic ...
  • PAVELIU, Liviu Titus (Institute for World Economy, 2015-09)
    Until recently good faith as a norm of conduct did not benefit from a detailed enactment in the Romanian Civil Code. However, as a result of economic development and an increase in the complexity of contractual relations, ...
  • TOADER, Tudorel; SAFTA, Marieta (Acad. Andrei Rădulescu" Legal Research Institute of Romanian Academy, 2017)
    This study continues to present the development of the constitutional review by the reception and use of European Union rules and the case-law of the Court of Justice of the European Union, emphasizing the most relevant ...
  • BONCIU, FLORIN (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The paper analyzes the impact of certain historical and meta-structural factors (such as the adoption of Western style democracy, the adoption of profit as the implicit rule of the game and the accession to the European ...
  • Rădulescu, Andrei (Institute for World Economy, 2015)
    This article presents the recent macroeconomic dynamics and the main mid-run perspectives for the Romanian economy, taking into account the analysis of the European Commission published within the Spring Macroeconomic ...
  • POSTOIU, CONSTANTIN; BUȘEGA, IONUȚ (Institute for World Economy, 2015)
    The importance of agriculture in Romania is linked to the fact that 45% of its population is in the rural area, mostly dependent on agricultural activities. This paper aims to determine in what extent agriculture influences ...
  • PENCEA, SARMIZA; OEHLER-ŞINCAI, IULIA MONICA (Institute for World Economy, 2015)
    Romania and China have established diplomatic relations 65 years ago and have a long track of fruitful economic, technologic, scientific and cultural exchanges and cooperation experiences all along this time lapse. During ...
  • GÂRDAN (GEANGU), Iuliana Petronela; GÂRDAN, Daniel Adrian (Institute for World Economy, 2015-09)
    The present paper aims to address a topic of great interest situated midway between medical marketing specialization field and human resources management one. The research proposed by the authors represents an original ...
  • NIŢÃ, Cristian; COVACI, Brânduşa (Institute for World Economy, 2015-09)
    This paper aims to analyzing the Romania's energy security, both, overall and specific in terms of recent developments. The purpose of this paper is to stress the fact that energy security, both globally and in Romania, ...
  • TEODOR, Mihaela; TEODOR, Bogdan-Alexandru (Institute for World Economy, 2015-06)
    After the World War I Romania was forced to rethink its national security architecture. Romania reacted then and continues to react to preserve the national interest in relation with the countries of the region. To ensure ...
  • TEODOR, Mihaela (Institute for World Economy, 2015-09)
    In order to provide the relationship between education, identity and societal security and to give an exploratory dimension to my research project, I propose a case study: the analysis of educational policy and practices ...
  • ADAM, Roxana (Institute for World Economy, 2015)
    This paper presents the main characteristics of product innovative enterprises from Romania. Based on the literature review, the central proposal of the paper is a statistical analysis using logistic regression in R in ...
  • BULIN, DANIEL; PENCEA, SARMIZA (Institute for World Economy, 2015)
    In Romania, a country of rich touristic heritage, the total contribution of tourism to the 2014 GDP was 4.8% and, according to the country report published by the World Tourism and Travel Council (WTTC), this contribution ...
  • LAZĂR, Maria-Isadora; GRIGORE, Victor (Institute for World Economy, 2015-07)
    Fiscal policy coordination has become a necessary aspect that should not affect the ability of each member state of providing a proper space for development. While tax harmonization regarding indirect taxation was achieved ...
  • Ghibuțiu, Agnes (Institute for World Economy, 2013)
    Romania's trade in services has been severely hit by the global financial and economic crisis, and the negative consequences were still felt in 2012. This article aims to analyse the recent trends in Romania's services ...
  • NICOLCIOIU, Andreea-Teodora (Institute for World Economy, 2015-09)
    Communications in the modern society rely more and more on the Internet. A major problem in computer networks and communications via the Internet is the information security. Public-key cryptography algorithms are used to ...
  • BOBOC, Luminiţa Ştefania (Institute for World Economy, 2015-09)
    Tourism has become one of the largest social phenomena of this century, with important implications for the economy, encompassing various forms of manifestation and development across different regions and countries. The ...
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    DRĂGOI, Andreea-Emanuela (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    Aflată în faza de recesiune în 2015, pe fondul scăderii continue a preţului ţiţeiului şi a efectelor negative ale sancţiunilor economice impuse de către comunitatea internaţională ca răspuns la implicarea autorităţilor ...
  • Drăgoi, Andreea – Emanuela (Institute for World Economy, 2013)
    In recent years, the evolution of Russia’s economy, part of the BRICS group, recorded a dynamic growth interrupted briefly, in 2009, by the occurrence of the international economic crisis. Immediately after the crisis, the ...
  • Drăgoi, Andreea-Emanuela (Institute for World Economy, 2012)
    The year 2012 marked the beginning of the Russian economy recovery and, in our view, the GDP growth was driven by the positive trend of domestic demand and its main sub-components (private consumption and productive ...

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