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  • Dumitrescu, George (Institute for World Economy, 2015)
    According to the latest forecasts of the IMF, the economic activity in the Republic of South Africa will recover slightly in 2015-2016, after the relative decline in 2014, as the national currency depreciation will stimulate ...
  • Dumitrescu, George (Institute for World Economy, 2014)
    At the end of 2013, Republic of South Africa has lost its position of the main economy in Africa for Nigeria. The problems of the labor market and the economic situation in the EU and the US have influenced the South African ...
  • DUMITRESCU, George Cornel (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    According to the estimates of the African Development Bank (AfDB), the OECD and the UNDP, the economic activity in the Republic of South Africa, the third largest economy on the continent, after Nigeria and Egypt, will ...
  • NICULESCU, Dan – Florin (Institute for World Economy, 2015-09)
    The major objective of this research paper is, implementing predictive maintenance to reduce the cost of using industrial equipment (centrifugal pumps for clean water). Maintenance refers to the combination of all actions ...
  • NICULESCU, Dan – Florin (Institute for World Economy, 2015-09)
    The major objective of this research paper is the implementation of the methodology of ensuring safety and health (OSH), harmonized with the European Union (EU) risk assessment for OSH. For this purpose, it was applied ...
  • Oehler-Șincai, Iulia Monica (Institute for World Economy, 2013)
    In the present paper, our main objective is to bring to the forefront two notable processes, as a result of the world financial and economic crisis. On the one side, we underline the increasing role of the emerging countries ...
  • MĂRGULESCU, SERGHEI; MĂRGULESCU, ELENA (Institute for World Economy, 2014)
    The extent of offshoring and outsourcing recorded in manufacturing and services in the last two decades has gradually eroded the advantage of the global arbitrage of labor costs. Along with other factors, this process ...
  • COVACI, Brînduşa; STOICAN, Constantin (Institute for World Economy, 2015-07)
    This article realizes an analysis of economic and energy relations between Russia and the European countries, focusing on the Romanian energy system resilience against the risks of interruption of imported gas supply. As ...
  • DIMITRIU, Raluca ("Acad. Andrei Rădulescu" Legal Research Institute of Romanian Academy, 2017)
    This paper explores the theme of collective bargaining, based on the finding that it tends to narrow its scope to the benefit of individual negotiation. Among the causes of restricting collective bargaining are considered: ...
  • KASSAI, Cristina M. (Acad. Andrei Rădulescu" Legal Research Institute of Romanian Academy, 2017)
    This paper serves as an overview of the potential outcomes for the environment and for the environment policy of the state pulling back from the European Union, in light of various situations for the state's future association ...
  • Iordache, Lucia (Institute for World Economy, 2013)
    The rules applied in the EU public procurement provide specific procedures that ensure the necessary conditions of competition, transparency and efficiency in awarding public contracts by the authorities of the Member ...
  • Iordache, Lucia (Institute for World Economy, 2014)
    The rules applied in the EU public procurement provide specific procedures that ensure the necessary conditions of competition, transparency and efficiency in awarding public contracts by the authorities of the Member ...
  • BOGHEAN, Florin (Institute for World Economy, 2015-09)
    Generalised uncertainty, a phenomenon that today’s managers are facing as part of their professional experience, makes it impossible to anticipate the way the business environment will evolve or what will be the consequences ...
  • MAFTEI, Dănuţ (Institute for World Economy, 2015-06)
    Within the current multilateral security framework, Romania actively contributes together with other EU Member States to support international endeavours that have generated the development of missions and operations for ...
  • Calanter, Paul (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    This paper examines how the European Commission is acting to ensure compliance with competition law in the biofuels market. Throughout the paper, the legislation in force will be presented, and also the investigation ...
  • BOCA (RAKOS), Ileana Sorina (Institute for World Economy, 2015-07)
    By this paper, the author aim to highlight the importance of redefining the way the administration accounting is organized for the mining companies, especially those specialized in coal mining, using a transversal organization. ...
  • BÂLGĂR, ANA-CRISTINA (Institute for World Economy, 2015)
    In over three decades and a half of spectacular economic growth – starting in 1979 with the launch of reform processes and with the dynamic mutations from an autarchic to a global model – the introduction and implementation ...
  • GOLEANU, Ana-Maria Oana (Institute for World Economy, 2015-09)
    Our research propose a qualitative analysis of elements which has led to the restructuring of the defense industry in national area and highlighting the importance of Smart Defence Strategy in Romania, particulary and EU ...
  • TEMPEA, Ioana Cristina (Institute for World Economy, 2015-06)
    „The call of the prophet“ is the expression used in the Bible to indicate the first dialogue between God and his future prophet. There is the theory according to which the prophets themselves or the biblical writers chose ...
  • 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 ...

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