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  • 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 ...
  • CARTAS, MARIA (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    This article aims to synthetically present the state of the automotive market, in 2016, focusing on the European market, to highlight the main evolutions and trends foreseeable for 2017 and the coming years as well as ...
  • PRISECARU, PETRE (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) was developed in Maastricht as the EU's second pillar of intergovernmental nuance, and was complemented by the Treaties of Amsterdam and Nice, and the Treaty of Lisbon enshrines ...
  • GHIBUŢIU, AGNES (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    In the aftermath of the global financial crisis, world trade growth has witnessed a dramatic slowdown both from a historical perspective and relative to overall GDP growth. Moreover, in 2016 trade recorded its weakest ...
  • Câmpeanu, Virginia (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    Our article includes a critical analysis of the current transitional VAT system in the European Union that has led to VAT gaps by € 170 billion annually, out of which € 50 billion in cross-border transactions. The analysis ...
  • BRATU, MIHAI (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    Our article presents a comparative analysis of national levels of the garanteed minimum wage in the economies of the EU Member States, based on different ways of determining it (hourly, weekly, monthly and yearly). In our ...
  • SIMION, MIRELA (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The EU`s commitment to rapidly launch strategic initiatives, significantly accelerating lending and investments capable of boosting jobs and growth across Member States reflects the necessity to overcome the current critical ...
  • OEHLER-ȘINCAI, IULIA MONICA (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    In the European Union, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary (Visegrad Group, V4) do actively participate in shaping the Community Agenda. In the Joint Declarations adopted either in response to the EU initiatives, ...
  • PRISECARU, PETRE (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    Rome Declaration of European Council from 25 March makes a brief mention to flexible or differentiated integration promoted on the basis of enhanced cooperation stipulated in the Treaties, but makes no mention to the concept ...
  • CLICHICI, DORINA (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The global financial crisis has revealed that the EU regulatory system was inadequate and has emphasized the need for updating the regulations applicable to the banking sector. The existing disparities on regulations amongst ...
  • DRĂGOI, ANDREEA - EMANUELA (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The competition policy is one of the areas where the EU has full powers, since the European Commission has the right to directly investigate various sectors of the Member States economies. The main areas of investigation ...
  • Moagăr-Poladian, Simona (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The debates on the potential trade consequences of the UK separation from the EU have dominated the European scene since the 2016 Brexit referendum. The future cooperation formula between UK and EU-28 that is still in full ...
  • Dumitrescu, Alina Ligia (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The article analyzes the European Union agenda on migration, the methods of the restraining the flow of illegal immigrants, which were established in the informal summit in Malta, as well as the measures for a better social ...
  • Bălan, Emilia Mary (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The article highlights the main priorities and objectives of the Maltese presidency of the Agriculture and Fisheries European Council (from January 1 to June 30, 2017). On this line, the article notes the general aspects ...
  • Prisecaru, Petre (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    Energy integration is an ambitious objective of EU, currently evolving toward Energy Union project, which in order to be completed needs a performant governance in order to achieve the highly ambitious goals related to ...

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