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  • Dumitrescu, Alina Ligia (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The EU Member States have their own "Europe 2020" target on the share of renewable energy in final energy consumption. The national targets take into account various aspects, namely: the different stages of development, ...
  • Pencea, Sarmiza (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    During the recent almost four decades, China has been one of the most important foreign direct investment (FDI) receivers in the world, managing to make the most of this input as a lever of its rapid economic advancement ...
  • Drăgoi, Andreea – Emanuela (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    Antitrust regulations are an essential tool in preserving a free and competitive environment in the EU economy. Through the adoption of EU Regulation 1/2003 a cornerstone of the reform of EU antitrust enforcement was ...
  • Unguru, Manuela (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    Globally, energy efficiency is becoming an increasingly important component of the energy policy, with a significant contribution to alleviating the effects of climate change, to reducing energy bills (i.e. increased ...
  • Marinache, Odette (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The Czech Republic’s economy has witnessed a sharp decrease in its growth rate in 2016 compared to the previous year, due mainly to weak investment activity. Private consumption, supported by a booming labour market, has ...
  • Prisecaru, Petre (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The article presents in a more extensive form the conclusions of the last summit of European Council, focused on the most important matters confronting EU today. The European Council has concentrated at its June summit on ...
  • Drăgoi, Andreea – Emanuela (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    Competition policy is one of the main pillars of the EU common market. Its regulations contribute to preserving a competitive economic environment in the European Union, while ensuring equal opportunities for economic ...
  • Oehler-Șincai, Iulia Monica; Bulin, Daniel; Tănase, Ion Alexandru (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    In this paper, we highlight the priorities of the current EU immigration policy and briefly comment on the EU-initiated procedures against Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary, in response to their stance on the refugee ...
  • Câmpeanu*, Virginia (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is one of the central pillars of the European Union, not only because a large share of the EU’s budget is used for it, but also due to its impacts on rural development and environment. ...
  • BĂLAN, EMILIA MARY (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    In order to maintain the initial objectives of ensuring the efficient and sustainable development of the Common Agricultural Policy, the European Commission launched a public consultation in early February 2017. The ...
  • CALANTER, PAUL (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    For the European Union, transport and mobility represent vital elements for the economic growth and the wellbeing of its citizens. These objectives are reflected in the large range of policies of the European Union that ...
  • DRĂGOI, ANDREEA – EMANUELA (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    On December 6th 2016, the European Commission approved Microsoft's acquisition of LinkedIn. The approval of the merger was achieved by stipulating mandatory conditions imposed on the two companies. Given that both companies ...
  • MARINACHE, ODETTE (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    Research and innovation represent together one of the engines of the economy. Scientific discoveries determine the development of new products and services, stimulating economic growth and creating new jobs. This paper ...
  • CÂMPEANU*, VIRGINIA (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The European companies are currently facing strong global competition to access to resources, so that not only their competitiveness, but that of whole EU is affected. To alleviate this situation, the European Union is in ...
  • BRATU, MIHAI (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    In this article there are brand new figures regarding the trade of EU-28, before Brexit. The data are looking at intra and extra community trade of goods, services not included. The purpose of the article is represented ...
  • UNGURU, MANUELA (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    Increasing the share of the urban population (urbanization process) is one of the global trends and the topic of many recent prospective studies. Although it has been often proved to be a driver of economic growth, due to ...
  • FOLEA, VICTORIA (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The digital economy is one of the European Union's economic development policies, the second in terms of importance after job creation, growth and investment. This paper provides an insight into the European Union's policy ...
  • DOBRESCU, EDITH MIHAELA (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    Ensuring competition rules by the Commission and the National Competition Authorities (NACs) is an essential element for the functioning of an open, competitive and innovative European market for job creation and boosting ...
  • OEHLER-ȘINCAI, IULIA MONICA (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The present investigation has two main objectives, related to highlighting the features and principles underpinning the Chinese Belt and Road initiative (BRI) and the EU position towards the BRI. The analysis of statements, ...
  • CALANTER, PAUL (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The pace of the transition to a low carbon economy has been sped up lately while the European Union wants to become a world leader in combating climate change. In this context, reducing emissions from the transport sector ...

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