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MACROECONOMIC POLICY GUIDELINES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES
ALEXANDRU PADUREAN,ELENA BUGA
Challenges of the Knowledge Society , 2011,
Abstract: In recent years, some European Union countries have made progress in economic convergence plan, but in others some special challenges took place. Economic and financial crisis has intensified some of the problems faced by these countries, causing undesirable developments. Measures taken by Member States differ from state to state, depending on the economic reality of each.
Agriculture of central and eastern European countries in the European Union  [PDF]
Red?epagi? Sr?an
Panoeconomicus , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/pan0604457r
Abstract: Agriculture posed considerable tensions for the processes of enlargement of the European Union, because of its continuing importance both in the economies of the applicant countries of Central and Eastern European countries which have joined EU on the 1st may 2004., and in the EU budget and acquits communautaire. The preparation of agriculture in the candidate countries to join the EU was rendered more complex by the fact that the Community's Common Agricultural Policy was a moving target. The aim of this paper is to show the bases elements of the Common Agricultural Policy, but also to provide a survey of recent developments relating to agriculture in the EU and new member states of the EU before their accession to EU and their preparation to access on the enlarged market, in order to indicate the main challenges and difficulties posed by enlargement. It seems likely that agricultural policy in the enlarged EU will attach increased priority to objectives such as rural development and the environment. However, these new priorities may be expensive to realize, and may impose a growing burden on the national budgets of EU member states.
GENERAL GOVERNMENT REVENUE IN CERTAIN EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES  [PDF]
CORINA ?ERBAN (BOICEANU),IOAN TALPO?
Annals of the University of Petrosani : Economics , 2010,
Abstract: The paper presents a comparative analysis of the amount and thestructure of general government revenue in eight countries of the European Union for 2000-2008. The analysis aims at emphasizing both the individual and the similar features of fiscalpolicies within European Union countries. On the grounds of this information, the paper wishesto identify new solutions for a faster integration of Romanian budgetary policies in theframework established by European treaties.
DIVERSITY OF THE PENSION SYSTEMS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES  [PDF]
Laura Raisa MILO?,Carmen CORDUNEANU
Scientific Annals of the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi : Economic Sciences Series , 2011,
Abstract: The objective of this paper is to realize a configuration of today’s pension systems in the various countries member of the European Union. The authors put into discussion also the importance of private component in the supply of pensions, summarizing the debate regarding a certain harmonization between the pension systems from the member countries of European Union. In the final part of the paper, there is also brought into discussion the influence of the financial crisis on the current pension schemes, with its potential roll-backs of reforms made so far.
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.
ISLAMIC BANKING IN EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES  [PDF]
Diana Sadoveanu
CES Working Papers , 2011,
Abstract: Islamic banking is a relative young industry, with a high rate of growth, which in the last years became a highly discussed subject, due to the challenges and opportunities that it brings. Due to the fact, that in the last decade, the Islamic banking made its presence in the European Union market, too, in this paper we try to describe the main features of the Islamic banking transactions and to identify the challenges and opportunities that its brings.
М СЦЕ НФОРМАЦ ЙНО-КОМУН КАЦ ЙНИХ ТЕХНОЛОГ Й В ЗАГАЛЬН Й СЕРЕДН Й ШКОЛ ЗАРУБ ЖНИХ КРА Н (ЗАРУБ ЖНИЙ ДОСВ Д) PLACE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN SECONDARY SCHOOL OF FOREIGN COUNTRIES (FOREIGN EXPERIENCE)
?.Д. Малицька
Information Technologies and Learning Tools , 2010,
Abstract: В статт проанал зовано м сце, яке займають нформац йно-комун кац йн технолог в загальн й середн й школ заруб жних кра н на основ досл джень, проведених пров дними м жнародними осв тн ми орган зац ями С та Великобритан . Висв тлено в дношення вчител в до розвитку креативност учн в завдяки використання КТ; слабк сторони в процес використання КТ, зазначен вчителями; наводяться статистичн данн з р вня профес йно п дготовки вчител в з КТ за 2009 р к зг дно П дсумкового анал тичного зв ту, наданого Британською асоц ац ю BESA.. In the article the place occupying by information and communication technologies in secondary school of foreign countries is analysed. It is based on the researches which were carried out by the leading international organizations of EU and the Great Britain. The attitude of teachers to creativity development of pupils is shown; weaknesses in the course of ICT use, which have been stipulated by teachers are designated; statistical data concerning a professional level of teachers on ICT according to the Summery analytical report 2009 made British association BESA are cited.
Social implication of demographic changes in the European Union countries  [PDF]
Vukovi? Drenka
Zbornik Matice Srpske za Drustvene Nauke , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/zmsdn0621423v
Abstract: The process of demographic changes in European countries is characterized by greater and greater ageing of the population, as a result of the decline in the rate of natural increase and the rise in life expectancy. Europeans have less and less children, they live longer and face the problems how to ensure a safe old age. Noticed trends of change will be intensified till the middle of the new millennium (2050), when the following situation is expected: the decline in the number of children (0-14 years) for almost 20% and the active-working population (15-64), while there will be more "old persons" (65-79) for more than 44%, and "the oldest" persons (80 or more) for even 180%. Ageing of the population characterizes all regions, but is specially pronounced in the countries in the south and countries in transition. Faced with the challenges of the disturbances in the demographic structure, the members of the European Union (25) developed an entire spectrum of measures and activities to prevent the negative social-economic consequences. Creation of "the policy of ageing" at the Union level develops within the co-ordination (OMC) of the process of modernization of the social security system (old-age pension insurance, health insurance, social and child protection); it also implies the creation of conditions for "the active old age" (increase in employment and staying as long as possible on the job market), the development of "the new forms of solidarity" between generations (as a consequence of the increase of the coefficient of dependency between active working and supported population), preventing poverty and social exclusion, etc. Strategic documents, directions and national action-plans determined the concrete measures needed to face the demographic challenges.
TAXES ON CONSUMPTION IN SOME EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES  [PDF]
?ERBAN (BOICEANU) CORINA,P?TRA?C MIHAELA
Anale : Seria ?tiin?e Economice. Timi?oara , 2012,
Abstract: The paper studies the development, over the period 2000-2010, of tax revenues in eight EU countries. Taxes have been analyzed according to the standard structure, as well as to the new economic classification proposed by the Directorate-General for Taxation and Customs Union.
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 .
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