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  • TROCAN, Laura Magdalena (Acad. Andrei Rădulescu" Legal Research Institute of Romanian Academy, 2017)
    In the context of EU accession and assuming commitments on accession to the Schengen Area, Romania, as a State, who, by national borders, ensures the eastern border of the European Union proceeded to align national legislation ...
  • BĂLAN, Emilia Mary (Institute for World Economy, 2015)
    In last decade, the Romania’s regional agriculture has become the main driver of development through absorption of EU funds. According to official data of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Romania has ...
  • Prisecaru, Petre (Institute for World Economy, 2014)
    In order to support the economic growth and empolyment in EU European institutions have launches ambitious initiatives for a reindustrialization process based on new technologies and green energies. The aim is to increase ...
  • Clichici, Dorina (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The extent and severity of the global financial and economic crisis, which started with the subprime credit crisis in the US, has revived discussions on the issue of economic cycles and the stabilizing role of state ...
  • Stănculescu, Ecaterina (Institute for World Economy, 2015)
    This article highlights the most important issues concerning the cooperation between the EU and the US in science and technology. The author analyzes the latest available data concerning both partners, the main areas in ...
  • Bumbac, Cristina (Institute for World Economy, 2009)
    Being “green” is not anymore just a problem of trendy or only for people with special ideas. “Green” became a global issue, involving governments, international organisations, regional authorities. Renewable resources are ...
  • PREDA, Aura ("Acad. Andrei Rădulescu" Legal Research Institute of Romanian Academy, 2017)
    The recent criminal legislation, although more generous in terms of criminal sanctions/ educational measures involving non-custodial probation services poses a number of difficulties in their application. Therefore, in ...
  • Stănculescu, Ecaterina (Institute for World Economy, 2012)
    South Korea's economic growth (the 15th economy in the world) slowed in the second half of 2011, reflecting the strong decrease in the pace of international trade and substantial losses of the exchange ratio. In 2012, while ...
  • Stănculescu, Ecaterina (Institute for World Economy, 2011)
    In 2010, South Korea's economy was revived powerful after the quasi-stagnation recorded in 2009. The G20 presidency in 2010 significantly strengthened the country's position in the global economy. Fiscal and monetary ...
  • 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: ...
  • Pencea, Sarmiza (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    In recent years, China has engaged in a complex economic rebalancing process, which includes three large and interrelated categories of reform packages: reforms addressed to rebalancing demand, to restructure supply and ...
  • 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 ...

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