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Impactul transformărilor socio-economice și tehnologice la nivel național, european și mondial

Impactul transformărilor socio-economice și tehnologice la nivel național, european și mondial

 

The Impact of socio-economic and technological transformations at national, European and international level is a monthly journal focused on analysis, insights and data related to questions of importance in understanding the world economy. Our areas of interest include: - economics research, international economics, regional economics, reviews of the main macroeconomic indicators, sector analyses, trade and commerce policies (information on major international markets condition and economic sectors, as well as the latest rates and trends in both commodity & foreign exchange markets) environmental economics, tourism economics, finance, banking, insurance, business, energy economics, transportation economics, and other economic topics; - the latest policy and legislative initiatives regarding the EU Internal Market and Competition Policy; the most recent developments in economics, trade and common policies of the European Union, relevant case studies for the application of EU competition law by the European Commission and their direct consequences for economic development of the Member States and free competition on the Single Market. The journal includes also researches elaborated in the framework of European Programme „Doctorial and post-doctorial programs for research support” (”Horizon 2020 - Doctoral and Postdoctoral Studies: Promoting the National Interest through Excellence, Competitiveness and Responsibility in the Field of Romanian Fundamental and Applied Economic Research”) and papers presented at national and international conferences organized by Institute for World Economy and its partners. Our work is mainly of interest to academic economists, analysts and policy-advisers, decision makers in politics & economics, organizations and individuals in the financial sector, business-people, etc.

Recent Submissions

  • Bonciu, Florin (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The paper analyzes the specific characteristics of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, that distinguish it from the previous ones, among others, by the speed of emergence of new discoveries, the scope of changes and the ...
  • Rădulescu, Andrei (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    By the end of 2016, the climate in the international financial markets improved. This evolution was determined by euphoria induced by the outcome of the US Presidential elections and the short-term monetary policy outlook ...
  • Bulin, Daniel (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    In 2016, for the second time since the establishment of BRICS – i.e. Brazil, the Russian Federation, India, China and South Africa – India held the rotating presidency of the group, with the main goal of strengthening the ...
  • Cartas, Maria (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    This paper is dealing with the main developments which occurred during the year 2016 in the global commodity market. Its main feature over the last 15 years or so was the high price volatility. Since the price corrections ...
  • Iordache, Lucia (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    Proper functioning of the EU single market requires a fair, efficient and growth-friendly corporate tax system, based on the principle that companies should pay taxes in the country where their profits are generated. The ...
  • Prisecaru, Petre; Calanter, Paul (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The European institutions have adopted ambitious legislative packages concerning climate change and environmental targets for 2020 and 2030, which are aimed at increasing the share of renewable energy, increasing energy ...
  • Câmpeanu, Virginia (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The purpose of this paper is to identify progress and the gaps related to sustainable development in the EU Member States, regarding one of the ten strategic areas of sustainable growth,namely the socio-economic ...
  • Bâlgăr, Ana Cristina; Pencea, Sarmiza (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    In this paper we aim at analyzing the evolution of investment activity in the CEE-6 countries(Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Poland, Romania, Hungary) in 2002-2015, as compared to the EU-28 average, with a view to ...
  • Dumitrescu, George Cornel (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    Mecanismul de soluționare a litigiilor dintre investitori și stat (ISDS) este unul din elementele cheie pe agenda negocierilor dintre UE și SUA privind încheierea Parteneriatului Transatlantic pentru Comerț și Investiții ...
  • Unguru, Manuela (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The first three industrial revolutions have shown that technology has a strong impact on the labour market and business environment. According to expectations, the current phenomenon of rapid digitization, referred to ...
  • 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 ...
  • Velciu, Rodica (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The article analyzes the results of the 11th G20 summit under China’s presidency against the backdrop of the far-reaching transformations in the world economy. All participants have shown their determination to chart the ...
  • BĂLAN, Emilia Mary (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    In the first half of 2016, quotations in the international corn market have recorded an upward trend, in spite of discouraging fundamental market factors. The article examines the main aspects of the relationships between ...
  • Stănculescu, Ecaterina (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    This paper examines the evolution of the main indicators of the international automotive market in 2015, compared with the previous year. It highlights several aspects related to production, registrations and international ...
  • Calanter, Paul (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    This paper examines how the European Commission is acting to ensure compliance with competition law in the biofuels market. Throughout the paper, the legislation in force will be presented, and also the investigation ...
  • Pencea, Sarmiza; Bâlgăr, Ana-Cristina (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    The existence of a transitory provision in China’s Protocol of Accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) permitted the country’s status of non-market economy to be maintained for a period of 15 years, which ...
  • Ghibuțiu, Agnes (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    Against the backdrop of decelerating global trade growth since the global financial crisis, 2015 and the first part of 2016 have seen an alarming upswing in trade protectionism alongside growing public sentiment against ...
  • Rădulescu, Andrei (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    Following the sell-off wave at the beginning of the year, the climate in the international financial markets improved by the end of the first quarter of 2016. This development was influenced by the policy-mix supportive ...
  • Oehler-Şincai, Iulia Monica; Bulin, Daniel (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    On January 1st, 2016, Spain has celebrated the 30th anniversary of its EU membership. This event provides the opportunity to bring to the forefront of attention the path followed by Spain in order to fulfil the criteria ...
  • Stănculescu, Ecaterina (Institute for World Economy, 2016)
    This paper examines the evolution of the global vehicle fleet in the period 2010-2014 (the latest year for which data are currently available). It reveals aspects regarding the evolution of the auto fleet, in general, ...

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