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Adriana Manolic
CES Working Papers , 2011,
Abstract: In last three years, we are witnessing an explosion on social media scene: more and more actors, spectacular growth. So, the social media phenomena cannot be ignored and it is global. Now, in 2011, Facebook is bigger than ever - the most visited site on the Internet. The popularity of social networks like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, together with the growth of social technologies like blogs and wikis, presents a huge opportunity for marketers. This paper aims to present some facts about social-media users and about its incidence in Romania.
Adriana Manolic,Teodora Roman
CES Working Papers , 2012,
Abstract: Years ago, at the beginning of the nuclear age, Einstein asserted that the atomic bomb would completely change the world. Currently, the same can be said about globalization. Globalization, thephenomenon which especially affects economy and life, is now one of the most debated topics in history: lectures, articles, books. Worldwide specialists in economics, politics, and sociology have analyzed in thousands of pages the phenomenon of globalization, its forms, evolution, impact and trends, but the views are so diverse and contradictory that it still is not reached even a universally accepted definition. Perhaps it is the so controversial topic that makes him so attractive. If some persons believe that the phenomenon of globalization ends before reaching its peak, others consider that the current situation is just the beginning of an era in which there are no boundaries.
Adriana MANOLIC,Teodora Cristina ROMAN,Ioana GRASU
Scientific Annals of the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi : Economic Sciences Series , 2011,
Abstract: In a more and more diverse service related economical environment the client is ambushed by lots of information regarding that particular area. The customer’s attitude towards either a certain type of service or the other comes mainly from inexact sources of information detained before having had a direct contact with the company at hand. Most of the time this information is absorbed via friends, commercials and it is subjective. Nevertheless, this initial type of information is not static at all. It has the tendency of working its way up towards modifying the company’s attitude towards customers. A great role in this molding process has the assistance personnel. Those people are the lesion between the company and the client, transforming the customer’s needs into potential services. In certain cases these service people can help bend certain company’s offers around certain customers. This article aims at underlying the role of these particular service people, as an interface between the client and the company. The main objective of these paper is finding the appropriate staff contact characteristics for different types of services. Their existence determines the relationship between client and organization, transforming the customer desires into services that can be offered and simultaneously modeling (where applicable) the company's offer according to the client.
Harmonizing Budgeting and Accounting: The Case of Italy  [PDF]
Adriana Bruno
Open Journal of Accounting (OJAcct) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojacct.2014.31005
Abstract: Many reforms have been undertaken in recent years; indeed, scholars have concentrated their attention on ac-counting techniques, financial management, and the potential for adding tools to support managerial reform agendas [1-3]. This paper extends prior research by focusing on the manner of diffusion ongoing reform process, through the adoption of the new version of Financial Management Reform process model [3]. The objective of this research is to investigate how a new accounting system has been introduced in the public sector in a processual and outcome-oriented analysis [4]. The study setting for this research is the Italian government, specifically the intermediate or regional level government, Campania Region, where a trial period is underway. The objective is to discover what obstacles and difficulties might exist when implementing a harmonized accounting and budgeting system while moving toward an accrual accounting system. The study reveals the main paradox in the implementation of the reform. This kind of study could add fresh knowledge to the literature and highlight common problems encountered when implementing accounting reforms. Additionally it could help set a standard to assist public entities in developing and implementing accounting guidelines.
Interpretivistic Conception of Quantification: Tool for Enhancing Quality of Life?  [PDF]
Denis Larrivee, Adriana Gini
Open Journal of Philosophy (OJPP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojpp.2013.34A003
Abstract: Quality of life is fast becoming the standard measure of outcome in clinical trials, residential satisfaction, and educational achievement, to name several social settings, with the consequent proliferation of assessment instruments. Yet its interpretation and definition provoke widespread disagreement, thereby rendering the significance of quantification uncertain. Moreover, quality, or qualia, is philosophically distinct from quantity, or quantitas, and so it is unclear how quantification can serve to modulate quality. Is it thus possible for quantification to enhance quality of life? We propose here that an interpretivistic conception of quantification may offer a more valid approach by which to address quality of life in sociological research.
Univalence Conditions for Two General Integral Operators  [PDF]
Adriana Oprea, Daniel Breaz
Advances in Pure Mathematics (APM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/apm.2014.48054

Let A be the class of all analytic functions which are analytic in the open unit disc \"\" . In this paper we study the problem of univalence for the following general integral operators:

Producciones identitarias y relaciones interculturales en el periurbano platense
Mundo agrario , 2008,
Abstract: this article, inscribed in a series of works focused on the migration experiences and construction of identities and ethnic-national alterities that we are doing as much in the urban periphery of horticultural production as in the urban area of la plata city. in those works we study some aspects of local insertion or migrants -in particular with respect to bolivian case- from different analytic axis as like the ethnic-national ascription, the work, the gender, the institutional participation, the construction of categories of alterity with respect to migrants by the individuals, institutions and local media, the use of media as strategy of identification / affirmation / participation from the migrants themselves. in the specific case of bolivian migration to argentina, as much the urban area as the rural periphery -in which acquire special importance-, constitute an structured phenomenon and with its own characteristics, situation reinforced for the unemployment in the areas of peasant economy in bolivia and the demand of some sectors of argentinian economy, as actually from de urban construction and from de horticultural urban periphery production. in that sense the topic is a privileged referring to emphasize the dynamic aspects of the city and the region. in this context we will expose some conceptual reflections and results of field work related to the auto and hetero demarcations of ethnic-national belonging as identification space in the dimensions of work and gender.
Posicionamiento de la derecha y comportamiento electoral en la ciudad de Buenos Aires: Análisis de los comicios porte?os de 2007
Documentos y aportes en administraci?3n p?oblica y gesti?3n estatal , 2008,
Abstract: in the present work we will analyze the recent triumph of mauricio macri in buenos aires city, who won in all social sectors, extending the limits of the profile of the traditional voter of the right. however, the rightist vote is not reduced to the "hard vote" (class vote), but includes also voters whose class interests are not associated with it, but who accept rightist principles. the success of the right is based on displaying its tenets beyond ideological opposition, neutralizing the classist character of the representative relationship. thus, the vote for the right may come from the confidence in values linked to the right (order, security, safeguarding of private property, etc.) and, reciprocally, from the rejection of values related, from the rightist horizon, to the left (inefficiency, instability, infringement of the law). we will conclude that perhaps it wasn't a vote from the right, in terms of composition of the electoral base; nevertheless it is unquestionable that it was a vote to the right, based on the party that received the suffrages. for that reason, even if the classist character of the suffrage is extracted, we will confirm that it was indeed a vote structured axiologically from a right dogma.
Primarias Abiertas y Doble Vuelta Electoral: Análisis de su Aplicación Concurrente en los Comicios Presidenciales del Uruguay
Documentos y aportes en administraci?3n p?oblica y gesti?3n estatal , 2010,
Abstract: open primary elections and majority run off system. analysis of its concurrent application in presidential elections in uruguay this paper will evaluate the effects of the concurrent application of two institutional instruments -open primary elections and majority runoff system- suggested during the last political reforms in latin america. the topic is relevant since both share similar objectives that are, in brief: to give citizens additional tools for political discernment, to provide parties with better democratic conditions, to legitimate the medium voter candidate, and to increase the electoral base and democratic legitimacy of the president. here we inquire about the case of uruguay, where both instruments have been formally adopted -in the context of the 1996 constitutional reform- and have been implemented three times (in 1999, 2004 and 2009). afterwards, we compare the results to ascertain the evolution of the consecutive implementation of these norms and their effects on democratic functioning.
Manejo de hábitat y microorganismos para degradar efluentes industriales: un estudio de caso
Ecolog?-a austral , 2005,
Abstract: the efficiency of a treatment for industrial effluents based on a combination of habitat and microbial population management was tested in a metallurgic plant in córdoba, argentina. effluents (between 30 - 40 m3 day) were originated from a) zinc process (20%), b) engine washing (70%), and c) sewage (10%). the treatment process included a combination of three managed habitats: aquatic (pond), wetland (flooding plots), and agricultural land (flooding and crop plots). the three habitats were managed to optimize the degrading activity of water, soil, and phyllosphere microorganisms. management practices included introduction of terrestrial and aquatic vegetation, water aeration, sediment removal, and inoculation of selected native microorganisms. efficiency was assessed through five years using the following parameters: a) monthly: water ph and abundance of degrading and coliform bacteria in the pond b) yearly: zn, cr and mineral oil content in the underground water (9 m deep), sediments in the ponds and organic matter in the subsoil (1 and 2 m deep). water ph was permanently high (8.4 -10.9), whereas abundance of degrading microorganisms was very low at the beginning (log 1.2/ ml) increasing through the following years and with fluctuations of between log 3.6 and 8.9/ ml. no increase in bacterial abundance was detected after inoculation. coliform bacteria were scarcely observed. high concentration of zn (6.48 - 7.08 mg/kg) and cr (0.19 - 0.50 mg/kg) and low mineral oil content (0.23 -1.01 mg/kg) were detected in the pond′s sediments. none of these components were detected in underground water and subsoil. habitat management allowed an efficient degradation of sewage and mineral oils. the system does not produce waste material such as sludge, water, nor underground water pollution.
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