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EU Legal Education in Romania: From Governmental Commitment to Academic Responsibility
Brindusa Camelia GOREA,Mugurel Minodor GOREA
Revista Romaneasca pentru Educatie Multidimensionala , 2013,
Abstract: Our initial assumption in this research is that there are three levels of responsibility in order to obtain a solid, competitive EU legal education in Romania: the governmental educational policy level, the academic management discretion level and the responsibility of each and every law teacher. In addition, the non-academic education and the quality of the documentation sources are prime aspects of any educational research project, including EU legal education in a particular country. These three levels of responsibility and two additional components set the framework of our research.
European Dimension of Legal Education. A comparative study of the Romanian Law Curricula and EU Law Syllabus
Brindu?a Camelia Gorea
EIRP Proceedings , 2012,
Abstract: Our purpose is to provide a detailed view on the European legal education system in Romania.There are few papers on EU legal education policy in Romania. We try to fill this gap in some extend, as apart of a larger research we conducted in the past 3 years. Our sources of evidence were: the Romanianlegislation; a representative number of law curricula and EU law syllabus and a research survey of Romanianstudents, EU law professors and legal practitioners. We found out that the “traditional” Law specialization ismore desired by the potential students than the European Law specialization. Nevertheless, Romanian lawschools have enough discretion to introduce more EU law disciplines. By targeting the weak parts of the EUlegal education system, our study may reveal its benefits to law professors, legal researchers, responsiblefactors within the Romanian law departments and even to the Romanian legislator. This paper provides ashort explanation of the ascension and development of EU legal studies in Romania, an overview of the keyissues in the law curricula and the EU law syllabus and recommendations on the reforming the EU legaleducation in Romania.
Dynamically Integrating Knowledge in Applications An Online Scoring Engine Architecture
GOREA, D.
Advances in Electrical and Computer Engineering , 2008,
Abstract: The paper presents an method for dynamically integrating knowledge capabilities into applications.The method consists in the applications cooperating with a dedicated system that provides knowledge via Web Services. We propose such a system, called DeVisa, which collects prediction models from one or more producers and provides prediction services to consumers. The prediction services are further used in decision making or business intelligence processes within the consumer applications.
Introspecting on the Timing of One's Actions in a Visuo-Motor Synchronization Task
Andrei Gorea
Frontiers in Psychology , 2011, DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00106
Abstract: By means of a new visuo-motor synchronization paradigm we test the frequently made proposition that one’s feeling of having voluntarily made a decision to act is in fact postdictively established contingent on the outcome of his action rather than on its aim. Subjects had to (1) synchronize a key-press with the end of a random synchronization interval (SI) shorter or longer than their reaction time (RT) and (2) judge thereafter whether (Q1) SI had been long enough to allow synchronization, (Q2) their motor response had been “reactive” (i.e., close to their RT) or delayed, or (Q3) whether SI was short or long. SI was denoted by the filling-up time of an annular “gauge.” In principle, the “synchronization” key-press should be reactive for SI ≤ RT and delayed in proportion with SI for SI > RT. Instead, response time distributions were bimodal for the shortest (0 ms) and longest (500 ms) SIs and widely spread for intermediate SIs. To all three questions asked, subjects’ responses strongly correlated with SI itself (r = 0.62?0.76) and barely with their actual response times (r = 0.03?0.42). Hence subjects’ introspective judgments on their trial-by-trial potential capability to synchronize their motor response (Q1) and on their reactive vs. delayed response mode reflected the objective cause of their action rather than being “corrupted” by its outcome (namely their actual response time). That subjects could not reliably decide whether their motor response was reactive or delayed implies that they did not have retrospective access to (or did not remember) their motor decisions which amounts to say that they could not decide on the intentionality of their actions.
Literature Survey of Bioarticular Contact Research Issues
Brindusa Bejinariu
DOCT-US , 2010,
Abstract: In past years many researchers tried to determine the roles cartilages play within bioarticulations, in order to advance an articular repairing techniques. This paper presents a synthetic literary survey of the current state in cartilage research, as well as lubrication mechanisms encountered in bioarticulations
A Simple Test Rig for Modeling the Bioarticular Friction
Brindusa BEJINARIU
DOCT-US , 2009,
Abstract: This paper advances a simple test rig devised for modeling the bioarticular friction in human joints in general, and knee joints in particular. The biolocomotive system allows locomotion, the movement from one place to another. The key components of this system are the bones that are the framework of the skeleton, the joints that hold the bones together and make movement possible, and the muscles that contract and relax for movement. This paper describes a simple test rig devised for modeling the bioarticular friction in relative motion. The friction force and the friction coefficient between a bone end covered by cartilage and a glass disc are evaluated during motion.
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVENESS AND ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE
Brindusa Maria POPA
Journal of Defense Resources Management , 2012,
Abstract: Successful organizations are the result of effective leadership and organizational culture. These two elements are interrelated; an organization will always reflect the values and beliefs of its founder(s) since they are the ones shaping the cultural traits of the organization. In time, as the organization evolves and its culture develops, this new culture will shape the leader and will influence his actions.
Policies for High-Skilled vs. Low-Skilled Migration inNorth America  [PDF]
Camelia Tigau
Open Journal of Political Science (OJPS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojps.2013.34022
Abstract:

High-skilled migration has always been given priority and even encouraged by international and national policy. At the same, international agreements for low-skilled migration tend to restrict it. Human capital is considered valuable according to educational levels and working abilities, which puts undocumented migrants in a difficult economic position. The NAFTA area is no exception: while the migration of professionals is given priority by mechanisms like the TN and H1 visas, there is still no agreement to relieve the situation of unskilled immigration across the border from Mexico to the US and Canada in search of a better life. At the same time, migration between Canada and the US is much freer, even though professionals are also given priority; after NAFTA, Canada has even experienced brain drain to the US. The main question is how to reduce unfair differences in policies that prioritize the mobility of certain individuals based on their qualifications. Method: This paper analyzes and compares NAFTA’s impact on policies for high- vs. low-skilled migration. It also uses the author’s ethnographic studies to express the view of migrants on how human capital should be managed internationally.

A Unified Comparison of Stimulus-Driven, Endogenous Mandatory and ‘Free Choice’ Saccades
Andrei Gorea, Delphine Rider, Qing Yang
PLOS ONE , 2014, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0088990
Abstract: It has been claimed that saccades arising from the three saccade triggering modes–stimulus-driven, endogenous mandatory and ‘free choice’–are driven by distinct mechanisms. We tested this claim by instructing observers to saccade from a white or black fixation disc to a same polarity (white or black) disc flashed for 100 or 200 ms presented either alone (Exo), or together with an opposite (Endo) or same (EndoFC) polarity disc (blocked and mixed sessions). Target(s) and distractor were presented at three inter-stimulus intervals (ISIs) relative to the fixation offset (ISI: ?200, 0, +200 ms) and were displayed at random locations within a 4°-to-6° eccentricity range. The statistical analysis showed a global saccade triggering mode effect on saccade reaction times (SRTs) with Endo and EndoFC SRTs longer by about 27 ms than Exo-triggered ones but no effect for the Endo-EndoFC comparison. SRTs depended on both ISI (the “gap-effect”), and target duration. Bimodal best fits of the SRT-distributions were found in 65% of cases with their count not different across the three triggering modes. Percentages of saccades in the ‘fast’ and ‘slow’ ranges of bimodal fits did not depend on the triggering modes either. Bimodality tests failed to assert a significant difference between these modes. An analysis of the timing of a putative inhibition by the distractor (Endo) or by the duplicated target (EndoFC) yielded no significant difference between Endo and EndoFC saccades but showed a significant shortening with ISI similar to the SRT shortening suggesting that the distractor-target mutual inhibition is itself inhibited by ‘fixation’ neurons. While other experimental paradigms may well sustain claims of distinct mechanisms subtending the three saccade triggering modes, as here defined reflexive and voluntary saccades appear to differ primarily in the effectiveness with which inhibitory processes slow down the initial fast rise of the saccade triggering signal.
IT investments’ features in the Romanian banking industry
Camelia CIOLAC
Economia : Seria Management , 2010,
Abstract: The paper aims to present some of the features of IT investments in the banking industry. Theoretical aspects, summarized from the literature come illustrated along with empirical findings from the Romanian banking industry. The present paper aims to provide the main drivers for IT investment in banks as well as the criteria involved when selecting a particular course of action in the associated decision-making process. The study is enriched with examples of software applications acquired by some of the major banks in Romania in the past seven years. The IT investment strategies presented in this paper can be considered proven successful practices of business-IT alignment in the Romanian banking industry
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