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A PERSPECTIVE ON INSOLVENCY PROCEDURES IN THE ROMANIAN ECONOMY
Daniel D?ianu,Drago? P?slaru,Liviu Voinea
Romanian Journal of European Affairs (RJEA) , 2004,
Abstract: In the process of EU integration, the key criterion2) Romania has to meet is the economic one, which presupposes a functioning market economy. Even though the concept of functioning market economy is rather ambiguous and judgmental, there is a wide consensus that market exit constitutes one of the main characteristics of a market economy, in the sense that there should not be any legal, administrative, and political or other type of barriers to market exit for the loss-making companies. The market exit process is mainly defined by the institution of bankruptcy, which plays an important role in the reallocation of resources and the improving of the business environment. Starting from the perspective of Romania becoming an EU member, and from the need to develop a healthy domestic economy, this study makes an attempt to evaluate bankruptcy procedures. It tries to explain the current situation and to suggest possible developments that may contribute to upgrading the competitiveness and the functionality of the Romanian economy.
Does the Indian Economy Support Wagner’s Law? An Econometric Analysis  [PDF]
Satish VERMA,Rahul ARORA
Eurasian Journal of Business and Economics , 2010,
Abstract: The present study endeavors to examine the validity of Wagner’s Law in India over the period 1950/51 to 2007/08. Six versions of Wagner’s hypothesis given by different economists have been estimated which support the existence of long-run relationship between economic growth and growth of public expenditure. Two structural breaks have also been given to test the impact of structural changes in Indian economy on the growth of public expenditure. It has been found that the first structural break given for mild-liberalization period causes insignificant changes in the growth elasticity of public expenditure. However, the observed change in the elasticity due to the second phase of intensive liberalization is statistically significant. Nevertheless, the Wagner’s law is still supported during the intensive phase of liberalization given a significant fall in the elasticity. Empirical evidences regarding the short-run dynamics refute the existence of any relationship between the economic growth and the size of the government expenditure.
THE EFFECTS OF FOREIGN INVESTMENTS ON ROMANIAN ECONOMY  [PDF]
Popa Lucia Ramona
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2009,
Abstract: The Romanian economy is marked by great micro and macroeconomic instability generated by the transition to a functional market economy. The direct foreign investments play an extremely important role among others in the formation of fixed capital necessar
ROMANIAN ECONOMY IN THE EUROPEAN CRISIS
Aurel Mihu?
Studia Universitatis Vasile Goldis Arad, Seria Stiinte Economice , 2012,
Abstract: European economy still faces today, one of the worst economic and financial crisis since the Second World War. Economic and financial crisis has spread worldwide with maximum speed, the economies of all Member States of the European Union encountering serious difficulties, both in the banking system and real economy. Romanian economic crisis started in 2008 and the uncertain deadline, is a matter of concern for many people. It is true that today we are witnessing the worst crisis in 80 years. We have an official explanation of the crisis, provided by public institutions, that the problem stems from inappropriate behavior of economic agents: selfishness, greed, speculation and market unable to function smoothly, ensuring proper allocation of resources: information asymmetry, liquidity trap , deflation, etc.On the other hand, most researchers, members of the academic, and private sector analysts argue that state intervention just planted seeds of financial turmoil that cross the present. The recipe prescribed by the authorities can result in mitigation of economic difficulties but, in contrary to their aggravation. The economic crisis is the result of several factors, which mainly include monetary policy errors, distorted economic incentives and pathology of the banking and financial regulatory policy.This paper is to highlight what triggered today's crisis in the Romanian economy, hoping to find a remedy to the problems of the economic, social and political that we face.
SPECIALISATION AND CONCENTRATION PATTERNS IN THE ROMANIAN ECONOMY  [PDF]
Zizi GOSCHIN,Daniela Luminita CONSTANTIN,Monica ROMAN,Bogdan Vasile ILEANU
Journal of Applied Quantitative Methods , 2009,
Abstract: The economic specialisation of the regions and the spatial concentration of the economic activities are reflecting the same reality from two different perspectives. Our research is an attempt to capture the main patterns and the evolution of regional specialisation and sectoral concentration in the Romanian economy for selected years during 1996-2007 period, on the basis of the Gross Value Added and employment data, by branch and by region. We employed standard statistical measures of specialisation and concentration, combined with methods envisaging the amplitude and the speed of structural changes in order to highlight the various sides of these two complex phenomena.
CHALLENGES FOR ROMANIAN ECONOMY AS AN EUROPEAN UNION MEMBER STATES  [PDF]
Mosteanu Tatiana,Campeanu Emilia
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2009,
Abstract: Romanian economy is in an ongoing transformation process starting with 1990. These involve changes of legislation, institutions, human perceptions of economic activity and productivity in order to fulfill the new challenges. Transformation process have ga
The Structural Convergence of the Romanian Economy. Comparative Analysis
Marius-Corneliu Marinas
Theoretical and Applied Economics , 2006,
Abstract: This study analyzes the particularity of the structural adjustment process of the Romanian economy compared to the evolution of the new member countries of the European Union. Romania registers the highest level of structural “divergence” compared with the European average. This fact can decrease the impact of the application of common policies in the Romanian economy. Also the interconnection between income convergence and the structural convergence of the economic activities is a negative one, being different from the one of the new EU members.
IMPACT OF UNDERGROUND ECONOMY UPON THE ROMANIAN ECONOMY
Sorin-Daniel, Manole
Management Strategies Journal , 2012,
Abstract: The present article shows estimates the size of underground economy in Romania during 1999 - 2012 (as a percentage of real GDP), carried out by Schneider by means of the MIMIC method. Moreover, the data on 2011 referring to this phenomenon are compared to the data on 30 different states in Europe. In addition, in order to emphasize the difficulty of the scientific endeavour of evaluating the size of the underground economy and especially to see what the endeavour is basically about, the MIMIC methodology has been shaped which is the procedure most frequently used by Schneider in his latest surveys. Using a linear regression model in the end of this article helps accomplish a prognosis of the size of Romania’s underground economy in 2013.
PROFIT VERSUS INSOLVENCY IN ROMANIAN ECONOMY  [PDF]
GABRIELA CORINA SLUSARIUC,ANCA JAMILA GU??
Annals of the University of Petrosani : Economics , 2010,
Abstract: The recession has affected a proportion of 6-7% in Romania, whichconfronted with the consequences of current deficit and sizable debts in foreign currency.Under these circumstances, Romanian companies faced big difficulties, therefore just a littlepart of them managed to reach their target - to get profit. Most of the companies are recordinglosses, and are in insolvency procedure.
ON A CARRIAGE TOWARDS EUROPE. THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE ELI’S EASTERN ENLARGEMENT FOR AGRICULTURAL POLICY – THE ROMANIAN PERSPECTIVE. THE EASTERN ENLARGEMENT OF THE EU
Frank B?NKER,Luana MARTIN
Revista Romana de Economie , 2007,
Abstract: Restraining the broad area of the challenges raised by the Eastern Enlargement of the European Union only to the agricultural coordinates and only to the Romanian case, the aim of this paper is mainly to depict the context and to attempt to explain the more or less blurry colors of the Romanian agricultural panorama. The inevitable change, an adoption of new models, new methods, a different approach to the agricultural field will for sure cast a different light on the whole Romanian picture. But this is more than just a matter of time, and European aid, it is still a matter of effort and of restructuring, not only of the agriculture itself, but also of the social sphere.The perspective is evolving in a chronological manner, analyzing first the changes made in Romanian agriculture after 1989, describing than the level of Romanian agriculture during the first enlargement wave, explaining the present economic and social conditions as an outcome of a long and slow period of transition, and, in the end, trying to identify some future trends and some future challenges the Romanian agriculture and rural economy shall face.
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