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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.
Economic Performance of Organic Farming in Romania and European Union  [PDF]
Florentina CONSTANTIN
Economia : Seria Management , 2012,
Abstract: This study aims to offer an overview of the current status of organic farming in Romania and European Union. Items related to organic farming are approached, namely: conceptual framework, principles, national and community legislative and regulatory framework, sustaining policy of organic farming, as well as the comparative analysis of organic farming sector in Romania and other states of the European Union.
Oana M. Oprean, Romania’s Accession to the European Union and Its Impact on the Roma Minority (Saarbr cken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2012)  [cached]
Henrieta Serban
Nordicum-Mediterraneum , 2013,
Abstract: Review of the book by Oana M. Oprean Romania’s Accession to the European Union and Its Impact on the Roma Minority, Saarbr cken, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2012, ISBN 978-3-8465-8671-6, 73p.
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.
ROMANIA’S ASSENT TO THE EUROPEAN UNION – NATIONAL STRATEGY
Ioan HURJUI
Annals of Dun?rea de Jos University. Fascicle I : Economics and Applied Informatics , 2006,
Abstract: The historic context in which Romania’s steps regarding the assent into the communitarian structures are joined, can be placed under the sign of profound changes who interfered in the Romanian society after 1989 such as: the building of a democratic society and the instauration of a market economy, and also under the sign of a contradictory defiance among the European Union. Romania is the first central and eastern European country who established official relationships with the European Community. Romania addend to the European Union on the 1-st of january, 2007.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE LEVEL OF TAXATION IN ROMANIA AND EUROPEAN UNION
Maria Zenovia GRIGORE,Mariana GURAU
Lex et Scientia , 2011,
Abstract: This paper contains a statistical and economic analysis of the tax system of Romania in the last decade, as well as comparisons with the other states of the European Union.The overall tax ratio of Romania, i.e. the sum of taxes and social security contributions in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), is the lowest in the European Union. Considering the fact that the GDP value, that constitutes the denominator of the overall tax ratio, includes estimates of production by the informal sector (the “grey” and “black” economy), this reduction can be explained not only by tax reductions, but also by the high tax evasion.
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE LEVEL OF TAXATION IN ROMANIA AND EUROPEAN UNION
MARIA ZENOVIA GRIGORE,MARIANA GURAU
Challenges of the Knowledge Society , 2011,
Abstract: This paper contains a statistical and economic analysis of the tax system of Romania in the last decade, as well as comparisons with the other states of the European Union. The overall tax ratio of Romania, i.e. the sum of taxes and social security contributions in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), is the lowest in the European Union. Considering the fact that the GDP value, that constitutes the denominator of the overall tax ratio, includes estimates of production by the informal sector (the “grey” and “black” economy), this reduction can be explained not only by tax reductions, but also by the high tax evasion.
EXTENSION OF THE EUROPEAN UNION SERVICES DIRECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION IN ROMANIA
Iuliana DOROB??,Laura MINA,Radu CONSTANTINESCU,Alexandru PAVEL
Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: Romania is currently facing a lot of challenges in the public administration (PA) eld. In this paper, we are going to show how the European Union Services Directive implementation impacted the Romanian PA reform process by achieving one major objective: the implementation of a Point of Single Contact (PSC) in Romania. We started this quest by identifying and conducting an analysis of the existing administrative framework within the Romanian Trade Register Of ce (TRO), as part of the EUSDRO project. We developed a model for the TRO front and back of ce administrative processes. Our ndings suggest that although progress has been made there are still several drawbacks associated with the administrative process, within the Romanian TRO. Thus we proposed an improved model for the Romanian PSC.
THE INTELLECTUALS’ OPINION REGARDING THE INTEGRATION OF ROMANIA INTO THE EUROPEAN UNION  [PDF]
MARIANA ANGHEL,VASILE CIOCODEIC?
Annals of the University of Petrosani : Economics , 2010,
Abstract: The sociological study emphasizes the fact that the investigated persons are sceptic as regards the carrying out of the objectives of integration into the European Union.In order to have a more stable economy premises closer to the European ones should be provided; the de-inflation process should be continued and a stricter financial discipline should be observed by companies with a view to maintaining a proper economic policy and attaining economic stability. The major changes that are going to occur in Romania should take into account the increase of labour productivity and the quality of products and services. A collective effort must be done in order to accomplish transition and head towards a modern society.
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.
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