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Institute of World Economy - Romanian Academy

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  • Folea, Victoria (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    Starting from 2004, the countries from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) joined the European Union (EU) and became the group of “new” member states. They participated as full members in the EU framework programmes for funding ...
  • Rădulescu, Andrei (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    Small and medium size companies (SMEs) represent the engine of the economy in the member states of the European Union. In Romania, SMEs entered the post-crisis cycle in 2013 after a severe adjustment process under the ...
  • Clichici, Dorina (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The purpose of this article is to briefly analyze the current situation in the health system in Romania and to identify its deficiencies and gaps in comparison to other EU Member States. The research is based on the analysis ...
  • Câmpeanu, Virginia (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The objective of this research paper is to analyze the cohesion policy for regional development of the European Union (EU), with its dynamics, long-term and cyclical determinants, and its recent results and future priorities. ...
  • 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 ...
  • OEHLER-ȘINCAI, IULIA MONICA (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    Our first research objective is to outline the degree of dependence on EU trade and investment of the CEE countries included in the 16+1 platform, as well as their attitudes towards the EU. The resulting EU dependence/attitude ...
  • ZAMȘA, Simona (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The article analyses the sugar world market in 2015, identifying the main trends of the fundamentals of the refined sugar market (production, consumption, trade, stocks) and of sugar prices at the London (Stock) Exchange. ...
  • MOAGĂR-POLADIAN, Simona (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    Cea de-a 6-a mare economie a lumii şi a doua economie din UE (după Germania) se află în prezent sub presiunea negocierilor care decid viitorul său în UE. Marea Britanie, fiind ţară membră cu drepturi depline din 1973, an ...
  • CHINA 
    PENCEA, Sarmiza (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    China undergoes a critical moment in terms of its economic, social, political and international relations development, having to change its development model, to deeply restructure its economy and to meet many social goals ...
  • VELCIU, Rodica (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The US economy remained on a moderate growth trajectory in 2015, sustained by existence of robust domestic demand, boosted by the continuing improvement in employment, the reduction in international oil prices and gains ...
  • Japan 
    VELCIU, Rodica (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    In 2015 Japan's economic recovery was tempered by a sharp decline in demand from China and other Asian countries towards which exports half of Japanese producers. The experts sustain that after four years of government ...
  • ALBU, Cornel; Tănase, Ion Alexandru (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The "European Economic Forecast - Spring 2016” Report the economic growth rates across the EU and euro zone for 2015 are adjusted slightly" up ", by 0.2 percentage points in the context of a favorable new economic and ...
  • ALBU, Cornel; Tănase, Ion Alexandru (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    According to the chief economist of OECD appraisals, Catherine L. Mann, exposed in the traditional Economic Report no. 99, the OECD area as a whole economic growth was up slightly in 2015, after slowing the pace in 2012-2014 ...
  • ALBU, Cornel; TANASE, Alexandru (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The year 2015 has been marked by a slowdown in the global economy, the pace of increase in GDP reached 3.1%, lower than in the previous year (3.4%). Across the developed countries, the economic growth was 1.9%, while the ...
  • STEEL 
    DRAGOMIRESCU, Anca (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The article presents the evolution of the world steel market during 2015 and projections for 2016. In 2015, world steel production and consumption to decrease. Steel international prices to fall during 2015 and the forecast ...
  • SLOVAKIA 
    MARINACHE, Odette Andreea (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    As stated by European Commision experts, Slovakia’s growth picked up in 2015, mainly due to the productive investments, recording an explosive rate of growth. The economic recovery is forecast to continue in 2016 and ...
  • MARINACHE, Odette Andreea (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    According to the recent analysis of the European Commission, the economy of the Czech Republic has recorded an accelerated growth in 2015, due to the sustained growth of productive investments, especially those financed ...
  • BULGARIA 
    MARINACHE, Odette Andreea (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The European Commission’s spring report published in May 2016, revealed a doubling in the pace of Bulgaria’s economic growth in 2015, mainly due to the exponential increase in the volume of exports of goods and services, ...
  • Norway 
    CALANTER, Paul (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    According to the analysis contained in the OECD "Economic Outlook" Report, published on June 1st 2016, a further more pronounced slowdown of the economic growth rate of Norway is forecast, in comparison to 2015, as a result ...
  • NICKEL 
    DRAGOMIRESCU, Anca (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The article presents the evolution of the world nickel market during 2015 and projections for 2016. In 2015, the nickel yearly average price at the London Metal Exchange decreased by about 30% against 2014, to 11.872 $/to ...

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