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    Bucharest: The Bucharest University of Economic Studies
    Publication Date: 2017-09-30
    Description: The purpose of this study is to initially identify, at an exploratory level, an immigration model in Romania, with a special focus on economic immigration. It is well known that Romania, although source country, on our continent (Spain, Italy, Belgium, France etc.), as well as on the American (Canada, U.S.A) or the Australian one, with a negative migratory balance rate, after joining the European Union, it will become in the near future a destination country, especially for „economic immigrants”. The natural population deficit with which Romania is currently confronted, the labour market imbalances (the low level of participation of the current population in the productive process and the high number of Romanians working abroad) and the experience of older European Union members support the idea. As such, the analysis of social and economical risks that rising immigration will bring on the Romanian society is rather interesting and the applicative uses reside in identifying risk management solutions, in the context of formulating specific policies for immigration management.
    Keywords: J61 ; ddc:330 ; immigration ; foreign labour force ; Romania ; European Union
    Language: English
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    Bucharest: The Bucharest University of Economic Studies
    Publication Date: 2017-09-30
    Description: In the context of the changes that have occurred in the Romanian society, the public authorities are required to play a coordinating role in providing the framework for a sustainable and balanced development of the national territory, and to ensure the quality of life of the citizens. In order to achieve these goals of social responsibility, the public administration authorities must build and adapt the tools of public territorial action based on their specificity and within the existing legal framework and resources,. Thus, the study shows the national and European context that frames the actions of public administration for what concerns the sustainable territorial development. It analyzes the characteristics of administrative-territorial structures of Romania, highlighting their socio-demographic diversity and the territorial forms of institutional cooperation. The approach of these issues is based in the first instance on an analysis of the European strategic documents in the field, as well as on the national regulations concerning the organization and functioning of public administration and territorial planning. The implementation of decentralization and local public autonomy has led to the capitalization of the local potential of some administrative divisions and caused a competition and a difficult cooperation between them. By analogy with the provisions of the quality standards regarding the responsibilities of the organizations towards customers, the study illustrates and analyzes the responsibilities and limits of public administration authorities in promoting sustainable development, territorial equity and the quality of life for the users of public services, i.e. the community members.
    Keywords: H20 ; H61 ; H68 ; H72 ; J11 ; R13 ; R51 ; ddc:330 ; sustainable development ; social responsibilities of the public authorities ; users ; quality of life ; administrative-territorial structures ; local budgets
    Language: English
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    Bucharest: The Bucharest University of Economic Studies
    Publication Date: 2017-09-30
    Description: This study represents a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the Romanian tourism phenomenon that focuses on the current challenges to which it has to adapt in order to become competitive on the European market and to overcome its current stage of subsistence tourism. One of the selected criteria for highlighting the main dysfunctions of the Romanian tourism and that also represents the goal of this research is one of the indicators that quantify the annual flow of international tourists that come to Romania. In Romania's post-communist economic development (a negative evolution, of course), tourism remains a real lever for national and regional economic development that can bring Romania numerous competitive advantages on the European Union market.
    Keywords: L83 ; O18 ; O52 ; ddc:330 ; tourism index ; the dynamic of foreign visitors ; Romanian tourism
    Language: English
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    Bucharest: The Bucharest University of Economic Studies
    Publication Date: 2018-05-22
    Description: This study represents an exploratory analysis of the evolution of the place branding concept, with an important focus on the geographical perspective. How has this notion, a newcomer into the geographers' analysis, changed over time and what role does it have in the decision making process of intervening into the way a certain place is organised or as an instrument of economic revival and territorial development? At least from the perspective of Romanian geographical literature, the originality and novelty of this study is obvious. An element of the originality of this research is the attempt of redefining the concept of place branding so that it is more meaningful from the perspective of spatial analyses. The reason for which Waterloo was chosen as a case study is multi-dimensional: the case studies so far have mainly focused on large cities (urban branding instead of place branding) and this site has all the theoretical elements to create a stand-alone brand.
    Keywords: M31 ; R11 ; O21 ; Z32 ; ddc:330 ; tourism geography ; cultural tourism ; place branding ; Waterloo
    Language: English
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    Bucharest: The Bucharest University of Economic Studies
    Publication Date: 2017-09-30
    Description: After the Second World War international merchandise trade has known an impressive rising trend: from 121 bn. USD in 1948 to 25.172 bn. USD in 2009, which means a rise by 210 times, being therefore the economic sector with the most spectacular development. International trade – considered to be the right indicator of a country’s economy – has become one of the major factors of economic development mainly due to the knowledge-based economy. Except for the economic development (translated into high levels of production and productivity, expressed by high figures of GDP), the effect of knowledge has been registered by exports, by their dynamics and high level of foreign markets penetration. It is therefore relevant that three small countries and provinces (the Netherlands, Hong Kong – province of Peoples Republic of China and Singapore) in terms of territory and population are among the first fifteen global exporters (with a percentage of exports ranging from 2,2% and 4%), in contrast with larger countries in terms of surface and population, which play an insignificant role in international trade. These small countries/provinces represent relevant models of using information technology and modern communication, fundamental elements of a knowledge-based economy. Thus, they are very competitive on the global market (the key factor of success). In this paper we argue that humankind is in a transitory phase from industrial economy to knowledge-based economy (in this sense the oil trade is a very good example, as the most traded merchandise).
    Keywords: A12 ; A23 ; F10 ; F16 ; ddc:330 ; international trade ; international trade flows ; competitiveness ; knowledgebased economy
    Language: English
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    Bucharest: European Institute of Romania
    Publication Date: 2013-06-08
    Keywords: ddc:330 ; Energieversorgung ; Energiepolitik ; EU-Energiepolitik ; EU-Staaten ; Rumänien
    Language: English
    Type: doc-type:report
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