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THE EVOLUTION OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INDEX IN ROMANIA IN COMPARAISON WITH THE OTHER EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES
CRISTINA BIANCA POCOL,ELENA MERCE
Lucr?ri ?tiin?ifice : Management Agricol , 2009,
Abstract: The complexity of the aspects regarding the human development is quantified by the indicator named “The Human Development Index”, with three essential components: longevity, education level and living standard. Romania made progress in the last years, by surpassing the value of 0,800 in 2004 and 0,808 in 2005. These results determine a place for Romania among the high Human Development Index countries, due to the improvements in all the components of HDI Index, with great increase of the standard of living. Evan this, Romania still holds the last position within the European Union countries.
Aspects Regarding Contributions and Taxation in Pre-University Education Institutions in Romania and Other Countries in the European Union
Teodor HADA,Simona LUKACS
Risk in Contemporary Economy , 2011,
Abstract: This paper aims to present aspects regarding the contributions and the salary income tax in the pre-university education system, as well as present study cases related to the taxation issue in this area. In terms of objectives, we wanted to observe how law is enforced in this area and we conducted a comparison between the taxation of salary incomes in Romania and in the European Union. The usefulness of this paper consists in the presented study cases, as well as the light shed on the salary incomes in other countries in the European Union, while keeping in mind the diversity of labour legislation in Romania.
ANDREEA NICOLAESCU, The Situation of Employees in Cultural Institutions. A Comparative Analysis Between Romania and the Countries of the European Union
CRISTINA LEOVARIDIS
Revista Roman? de Sociologie , 2009,
Abstract: This article starts with a presentation of the role played in society by culture in general and by the cultural industries, in particular, complemented by a detailed definition of the concept of cultural industry. The more extensive part of the work is dedicated to the analysis of data referring to the workforce in the cultural industries. The article takes into account indicators which reflect, on the one hand, the situation of the personnel in the cultural sector as a whole, and, on the other hand, according to fields of activity. The approach based on fields of activity aims at outlining a comparative image between the countries of the EU countries, but also a more indepth analysis of the data available for Romania.
THE EXTERNAL MIGRATION WITH ROMANIA AS COUNTRY OF ORIGIN AND DESTINATION COUNTRIES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION – BRIEF ANALYSIS FOR 1998-2009 PERIOD
Andrei CIOC?NESCU
Revista Roman? de Statistic? , 2011,
Abstract: The external migration is a phenomenon that is present on the Romanian territory especially from the perspective that we are still a country of origin rather than a destination country. This article aims at sizing, based on Eurostat records, the scale of the phenomenon, as well as various characteristics related to the countries of destination. The time horizon considered is 1998-2009.
Tertiary education in Romania and in the European Union  [PDF]
Constantin, S.,Lup?a-T?taru, D. A.
Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Brasov. Series V : Economic Sciences , 2011,
Abstract: Tertiary education is a very important variable in order to explain the evolution of a country. The present paper takes into consideration the dynamics of the people included in the tertiary education (especially students) in Romania and in the European Union (27 countries). The paper also presents the results of a statistical model in order to explain the influence of some chosen factors over the explained variable. The chosen factors for the model are Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices, the annual consumption, with its most important element, household final consumption and the number of employees.
THE RELATIONS BETWEEN ROMANIA AND EUROPEAN UNION (1993-2003)  [PDF]
Adrian IVAN
Revista Transilvan? de ?tiin?e Administrative , 2004,
Abstract: With the collapse of the communism regimes in central and eastern Europe, the states from this area, among which Romania, expressed their aspiration to integrate in the big European family represented by the European Union. In this respect the European Union proposed “association agreements” to these countries, agreements to which Romania adhered in February 1993 (in 1995 Romania presented its request for admission in the EU). Further on, in 1997 Romania launched “The national program for the adoption of the acquis comunautaire”. An important moment for Romania has arrived at Helsinki during the meeting of the European Council (10-11 December 1999), which decided to organize bilateral intergovernmental conferences for all the 13 candidate states in order to begin the accession negotiations, which were opened by Romania on the 16th of February 2000. The Helsinki decision regarding the beginning of the admission negotiations with Romania was a political one; Romania having acute economical, juridical and administrative problems. In the European Commission 2003 country report regarding Romania, there are positive appreciations with regard to the fulfillment of the political criteria and for the progress made in the adoption of the acquis comunautaire as well as for the economical progress but Romania still did not receive the statute of functional market economy. On the other hand the malfunctions still persist in the domains of public administration, agriculture, justice and the fight against corruption.
CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES IN EUROPEAN UNION IMPACT OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENTS  [PDF]
Carmen Apolzan
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2010,
Abstract: Economic integration refers to trade unification between different states , and one of its most important aspects is liberalisation of capital movement. In this paper is presented a brief evolution of economic integration cases focusing on one of the most integrated economies European Union. We concentrate on the participation of foreign investors in different economies and their impact, taking the example of Central and Eastern European Countries and their markets. Also , the level of influence that direct investments in capital markets entails on the Stock Exchange evolution is presented for the case of Romania .
The total employment rate in Romania and in the European Union
Constantin, S.
Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Brasov. Series V : Economic Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: The paper presents the evolution of the total employment rate, all the employed persons, as an important part of the active population. The evolution is presented in order to compare this indicator in Romania and in the European Union (27 countries). The paper also gives emphasis to three correlations of this indicator with three different variables which can influence its evolution. Those three indicators refer to the education system, meaning the weight of the population with a low education level, the rate of young people quitting school earlier and also the poverty rate. At the end of the paper, there are some conclusions about the evolution of the indicator and the results of the correlation model applied.
Analyze Of Enviromental Discolsure Within European Union Countries
Ienciu Ionel-Alin
Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics and Information Technology , 2012,
Abstract: The research is conducted as an empirical study which explains howenvironmental disclosure varies across European countries and reflects factors that explain this variation at the European Union level. The paper identifies and analyze five factors that explain the varies of environmental disclosure across European Union Countries: strength of auditing and accounting standards, government mandated disclosure of environmental performance and pollutant release, development, number of companies which had implemented ISO 14001/EMAS, eco-label awards obtained by companies within the country,environmental performance. After the empirical and theoretical analyze we can conclude that the introduction of mandatory environmental disclosure is the most efficient way to increase the quantity and the quality of environmental disclosure at the European Union level. This study is not a research of some particular entities regarding environmental disclosure. The paper discusses environmental disclosure as an average of all the environmental disclosure ofall the entities within a European Union country. The paper is of interest to anyone involved in the process of environmental disclosure, either as entity or other user of environmental information’s.
ROMANIA IN THE EUROPEAN UNION – INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS
Constantin ANGHELACHE,Alexandru MANOLE
Revista Roman? de Statistic? , 2012,
Abstract: The paper describes the position of our country in the present economicalsocial European context (the European Union). The authors focused on the most important problems: population, labor force (occupation), inflation, industrial and agricultural production, foreign trade and other aspects. Based on official data and using relevant indicators, the presentation of Romania’s situation within the European Union was approached.
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