Publish in OALib Journal

ISSN: 2333-9721

APC: Only $99


Any time

2016 ( 1 )

2015 ( 23 )

2014 ( 24 )

2013 ( 37 )

Custom range...

Search Results: 1 - 10 of 448 matches for " Ciprian Panzaru "
All listed articles are free for downloading (OA Articles)
Page 1 /448
Display every page Item
Ciprian Panzaru
Studia Universitatis Vasile Goldis Arad, Seria Stiinte Economice , 2012,
Abstract: This paper investigates the cross-border mobility and migration phenomenon between Romania and Hungary. The research includes available data for 2010. It was based on direct observation and interviews with people involved in this process. The research has examined two main dimensions of the phenomenon of cross-border mobility. Firstly, we are speaking of the existence of a phenomenon of cross-border mobility of the commuting type of the labor force from Romania to Hungary, mainly for seasonal (agricultural) activities. Secondly, we are dealing with the cross-border mobility of Romanian citizens who have purchased homes in the border area in Hungary, but are working in Romania. Seasonal cross-border migration of the labor force in the border area between Romania and Hungary does not yet have a greater scale, but is present.
The Determinants of International Migration. A Panel Data Analysis
Ciprian Panzaru
Journal of Politics and Law , 2013, DOI: 10.5539/jpl.v6n1p142
Abstract: The paper analyses two sets of determinants, economic and non-economic, to assess the influence they exerted on migration in Central and Eastern Europe, from 2000 to 2010. In the category of economic factors we have analysed the doing business index and the labour market regulation index. In the category of non-economic factors we have included the judicial independence index and integrity of the legal system index. Since we are talking mainly of labour migration, we have considered that the two economic indicators are suitable for the research purposes. Besides these, the indicators that characterise judicial independence and legal system can be considered as indicators that reflect a certain level of freedom and democracy. The results show that these factors have limited influence on migration.
Challenges of the Knowledge Society , 2011,
Abstract: The actual situation is characterized by a major transformation of economical structures, such as: the decrease of population, the increase of participation rate of younger people in higher education and most important, massive retirements and migration. These aspects have generated a drastic decrease in labor force and have brought imbalance in Romanian pension system. Now, the Romanian system of pensions based the principle of social solidarity (support by those who have an income now for the people who worked in the past) known as a pay as you go” system – PAYG has demonstrated its limits, especially due to the current demographic context. This system is an un-funded one not based on economizing. On the other side, private pension systems, either obligatory or optional, are fully funded and based on process of economizing. PAYG pension systems are more vulnerable to demographic changes than pension systems base on accumulation and capitalization. This paper presents, in comparative approach, these two pension systems and corroborating them with present sociodemographic situation try to disclose whichever is more viable in ensuring sustainability of pension system from Romania.
Ciprian Panzaru
CES Working Papers , 2011,
Abstract: This article reflects the evolution of the social security system in Romania after accession to the European Union. Social security states its specificity as a basic concept that encompasses all the collective measures established by legislation to maintain individual or family income, to provide income when some or all sources have been lost or exhausted or in cases where the individual must cope with increased expenses. From this perspective, social security is a system that takes into account both the protection of able-bodied people (by the social insurance system) and of those who cannot work or are socially disadvantaged. For Romania, the social security system is currently profoundly affected due to the low ratio between the number of productive Romanian citizens, contributors to the public budget and social funds, and the beneficiaries of these funds. The study highlights this issue and focuses primarily on the effect produced on the social security component by the external labor migration, a phenomenon accentuated by Romania’s EU accession. Basically, Romania has registered, according to Eurostat, only after 2007, more than 1 million migrants, most constituting the economically active population, the phenomenon having a major impact on the sustainability of the social security system.
Testing Business Cycles Asymmetry in Central and Eastern European Countries  [PDF]
Viorica Chirila, Ciprian Chirila
Modern Economy (ME) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/me.2012.36091
Abstract: The idea of business cycles asymmetry is not new in economic theory. According to business cycles asymmetry, a country’s economy behaves differently during economic growth periods as compared to economic recession periods. The results achieved by business cycles asymmetry testing are far from unanimous: some are positive, others are negative. Business cycles asymmetry has major econometric implications: business cycles cannot be modeled using linear models. This paper aims to test business cycles asymmetry in Central and Eastern European Countries, where few business cycles analyses, and especially business cycles asymmetry researches, have been conducted. The industrial production index was considered when testing business cycles asymmetry. We estimated business cycles using the Hodrick-Prescott filter and Mills’ test of asymmetry. Mira’s test was also employed to test results reliability. According to our results, business cycles in Central and Eastern European countries are not asymmetric.
Why China Should Regulate Its Overseas Investors’ Environmental Behavior  [PDF]
Ciprian N. Radavoi, Yongmin Bian
Beijing Law Review (BLR) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/blr.2014.51003

In the half-century-old debate on disciplining the overseas behavior of transnational companies in fields like human rights and the environment, emerging economies’ potential as capital exporter states is largely ignored: they are usually perceived as the problem, rather than a solution provider. When they take action, usually with the aim of enhancing their reputation globally, they limit it to voluntary codes and recommendations to their overseas investors, like China did during the recent years. This article explores, through an interdisciplinary approach blending public relations, international relations and socio-doctrinal legal analysis, China’s negative and affirmative motivations for moving ahead and taking regulatory steps in disciplining its investors’ behavior. Practical (reputational) and ethical factors are analyzed, leading to the conclusion that China has strong motivators for taking action in the actual international context. The country’s policy makers can put them in balance with the status-quo motivators (mainly, related to economic comparative advantage) and decide accordingly.

On the uniform exponential stability of linear skew-product semiflows
Ciprian Preda
Journal of Function Spaces and Applications , 2006, DOI: 10.1155/2006/703620
Abstract: The problem of uniform exponential stability of linear skew-product semiflows on locally compact metric space with Banach fibers, is discussed. It is established a connection between the uniform exponential stability of linear skewproduct semiflows and some admissibility-type condition. This approach is based on the method of “test functions”, using a very large class of function spaces, the so-called Orlicz spaces.
The Role of Territorial Partnerships at Local Level – the Case of “Cotnari Local Action Group”
Romanian Review of Regional Studies , 2011,
Abstract: The objective of this paper is to analyze new forms of local territorial partnerships developed under the territorial cohesion policy promoted by the European Union. In this context, the future of cohesion policy and the growing importance of territorial cohesion led to the initiating of the micro-regional projects in order to reduce economic and social disparities. The promotion of regional policies based on local agreement is dedicated to create partnerships in order to start projects for local development that involve civil society, municipalities, regions, private sector, experts, or private citizens. These partnerships are presented as informal organizations, created by cooperation at local level of public institutions, with social and economic actors stated aim to develop community consistently using all the resources offered by their territory. Such forms of cooperation can be found in several places in the world, but with a greater focus in Europe, and their main purpose is to promote community participation and sustainable development, engaging citizens and organizations in taking decisions at local level. The study aims to clarify the concept of “local action group” and to analyse the effects of public - private partnership on territorial development for the project initiated in the Harl u region. This project groups 12 administrative-territorial units from Ia i County, developed with the support from the European program LEADER.
The Prediction of Bankruptcy Using Backpropagation Algorithm for “IO” Model Analysis
Ciprian Dragota
Journal of Applied Computer Science & Mathematics , 2007,
Abstract: The basic question which every bank it putswhen a client or a future client whishes to take a bank loanis: “The future debtor it’s capable to refund the loan atmaturity? (Installments plus the interest)“. To answer atthis question the bank makes an assessment in which assetsand liabilities are analyze. There is also assessed the creditrating, the cash flow, the securities and, very important,bankrupt risk analysis.For the last one, to calculate bankrupt risk analysis,banks use some models (knows as “Z” score). Few of themare financials methods (like Altman, Canon & Holder,Yves Colonques etc). Nevertheless, these models are beendevelop for a specific situation and for a western economywhich is functional and very articulated. For our economy,we propose a new model that is been build with the specificeconomic dates and inputs, the model we called “IO”model.Without pretending to be able to penetrate over thecomplexity of the phenomenon, this study is trying to do apractical and experimental analysis of bankruptcy usingback propagation algorithm applied to the ”IO” model.
Institutional system response mechanism towards corruption: a point of view
Ciprian Tudurachi
Hyperion Economic Journal , 2013,
Abstract: In Romania, a lot of practices proper to corruption became widely common and are integrated in a real national bureaucratic culture. Romanian citizens seem to accept and tolerate informal payments in order to obtain the desired or the necessary services. Public officials are doing well, impersonal and they don’t realize they affect social welfare. That’s why fight against corruption must involve complex actions performed on many areas. Such action must be focused on measures that reduce the opportunities for corruption and increase the probability of detection and punish the offences.
Page 1 /448
Display every page Item

Copyright © 2008-2017 Open Access Library. All rights reserved.