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  • 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 ...
  • Prisecaru, Petre (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The European Council discussed at its meeting of December 2016 the problems of migration, the external dimension and the internal dimension, the problems of internal security and those of external security and defense, the ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Câmpeanu, Virginia; Ghiţac, Dana (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    Our paper presents an analysis of the current state of corruption worldwide and in Europe, revealing the comparative situation in the Member States of the European Union and the rank of each state in the global hierarchy ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Bulin, Daniel (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    The way to European integration has not been proven to be a linear or predictable one, but difficult and complex, and these characteristics were not only maintained, but even have increased in recent years. On the 1st of ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Papatulică, Mariana (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    Revising and supplementing EU energy legislation is an unique opportunity to build a new European energy regulatory space, stronger and more coherent, governed by common institutions capable to provide effective solutions ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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, ...
  • Rădan, Alexandra (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    This article presents a synthetic view of the evolution of foreign direct investment flows in the major regions of the world. Our analysis is based on a comparison between the levels recorded in 2015 compared to 2014. The ...
  • Drăgoi, Andreea - Emanuela (Institute for World Economy, 2017)
    This article aims to synthetically present the implications of the European Commission recent decision in the case of WhatsApp acquisition by the Facebook, highlighting the consequences for the EU merger control policy. ...

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