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Romanian Democracy, Two Facets of the Reform  [cached]
Vasile Ple?ca
Sfera Politicii , 2012,
Abstract: This study tries, although we are aware of its limits, to offer two methods through which Romanian democracy could overcome its state of non-development”. Beyond the objective and the subjective causes of the democratic backwardness of Romania, causes that have been discussed both in the academic community and in the public space, we think that it might be more relevant to identify the possibilities of an evolution. Although omnipresent in the Romanian public debate, the two ways to follow are approached from a special perspective, following a certain liberal model, stressing the importance of protecting the individual interests and rights of the citizens against the inherent abuses of the institutions of the political power..
Romanian Democracy. A Liberal Reading  [cached]
Vasile Ple?ca
Sfera Politicii , 2011,
Abstract: If each historical age has got its own mark, democracy is the mark of the present times. Over centuries, historians will have to see in what extent democracy is a term phenomenom or it is an historic accomplishment. But until then, the proper understanding of the democracy is a necessary condition so that a democratic society should function, especially when this society is a frail one, tared by its past and with major structural problems.
Towards an African Theory of Democracy
AK Fayemi
Thought and Practice: A Journal of the Philosophical Association of Kenya , 2009,
Abstract: This paper argues that there is a general absence of democratic theory in African political scholarship in terms of providing the underlying principles, meaning, canons and criteria of democracy in African culture. The paper exposes the conceptual errors implicit in the conflation of democracy as a concept and as practiced in different political systems. Consequently, it contends that an eclectic appraisal of our indigenous democratic values and practices as well as democratic ideas from other cultural traditions can provide a resonant African theory of democracy. The paper concludes that eclecticism is consociational in principle, and can help solve many of the contemporary socio-political problems besetting current democratic experiences in Africa.
Economic theory of democracy and rational voter  [PDF]
Mladenovi? Ivan
Filozofija i Dru?tvo , 2009, DOI: 10.2298/fid0902177m
Abstract: This paper aims to analyze Downs' conceptions of economic theory of democracy and rational voter. The author will defend the thesis that concept of duty as a solution for the paradox of not voting cannot be successfully integrated into the framework of economic theory of democracy.
The Method For Human Rights and Democracy Education
Rü?tü YE??L
Journal of Kirsehir Education Faculty , 2004,
Abstract: Like in all other fields of education, it is also essential problem to select an appropriate method for human rights and democracy education. One of the most important factors influencing the method selection is the attribute of content. In this study, the methods which will be followed in human rights and the democracy education have been taken into consideration. Human rights and democracy are, first of all, two important concepts which address to the personality, culture and the mentality. Personality, culture and mentality, on the other hand, are shaped mostly by the environment and method that influence it. In order to train individuals who are respectful to the human rights and democratic members, it is necessary to create a democratic environment. Because individuals can acquire democratic value mostly through living and seeing.
Democracy in de Tocqueville theory and New Islamic Movements  [cached]
Vahid Amani Zoeram,Lee Yok Fee,Mohammad Agus Yusoff,Fakhreddin Soltani
International Journal of Asian Social Science , 2012,
Abstract: Since “Democracy in America” was written, theories of democracy have experienced a vast array of diversity and changes. The real value in reviewing Tocqueville’s theory, however, is its simplicity and practicality in comparison to other contemporary complex theories. This theory’s popularity in non-western countries, with their unique values and historical heritage, is attributable to these features. This study reviews Tocqueville’s theory of democracy with the aim of demonstrating its relevance to the current state of affairs in the Middle Eastern countries which are in the midst of a tourbillion of new democratic movements. The leaders of these movements are seeking democracy without liberal values as a result of their attempts to dovetail a democratic state with Islamic principles.
New Approaches in the Theory of Economic Democracy  [PDF]
Arman Arayik Grigoryan
The International Journal of Applied Economics and Finance , 2007,
Abstract: In the 20th century, while political democracy triumphed economic democracy failed both as an idea and in practice. A case for reviving the idea of economic democracy is made in terms of protecting political democracy. Economic democracy has conventionally been understood as a matter of bringing economic power under the control of collective political power. The idea is here reformulated as a matter of redistributing economic power between persons, of giving people a share in economic power directly rather than through elected representatives. Political democracy is assumed, which is to say that political power is under the control of the middle class. The question then is under what conditions the middle class might want and think it could use political power to redistribute economic power. The findings are that there is in advanced capitalist democracies considerable scope for the redistribution of economic power between the rich and the middle class. As for the empowerment of the poor, however, anti-poverty policies beyond the containment of poverty are unlikely to emerge today in countries where that did not happen under earlier historical conditions.
Theory and Reality of Democracy and Thai Democratization
Johannes D. Schmidt
Kasarinlan : Philippine Journal of Third World Studies , 1993,
Abstract: The first part of this paper offers a theoretical and conceptual discussion on what kind of framework is the most convenient to use in the debate on the role of the state in a developmental perspective and how to fit this debate within the 'functionalist terms' of democracy and democratization. An alternative approach is suggested with emphasis on political factors and a non-functionalist approach. The second part is a preliminary empirical analysis concerning the role of the state in Thailand and its relationship with the question of democracy and democratization at the regime and civil society levels, as well as its linkage with the external context. It suggests that a historical perspective is necessary in understanding how Thailand has been able to sustain high economic growth and simultaneously be labeled as Asia's Bolivia, because of the frequency of military coups d'etat on the one hand, and a stable political environment on the other. The third part provides a brief comparative perspective on the events that transpired between 1973-1976 - the period when popular forces toppled an authoritarian regime - and the latest events in 1992 where the Suchinda junta was forced to resign. Finally, some tentative perspectives on state and democracy in the Thai context is given.
Variable Costs Method. Application Variants Adapted to Romanian Accounting Plan
Gheorghe V. Lepadatu
Theoretical and Applied Economics , 2009,
Abstract: This article describes the variable costs method and its adaptation possibilities to the Romanian general accounting plan. There are described the three variants of the variable costs method and presented the methodological stages that are passing through managerial accounting using the 9th class “Management accounts”. The article is ending with the advantages and disadvantages of adaptation of variable costs method to the Romanian general accounting plan.
FLEXICURITY BETWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICE IN THE ROMANIAN ECONOMY  [PDF]
MIHAELA IONECI,GEORGIANA M?NDRECI
Annals of the University of Petrosani : Economics , 2011,
Abstract: Addressing the employment issue in Romania raises interest by its importance in the country’s economy. The concept of “flexicurity”, created relatively recently, and the connections between it and the employment issue and the labour market represents the subject of this paper. The degree of implementation of the flexicurity principles to the Romanian realities can be highlighted by the analysis of the main indicators characterizing it. This way it is demonstrated if there are differences between the values obtained in Romania and those registered in the European Union.
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