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PATHWAYS TO SUSTAINABLE BANKING MANAGEMENT
Dragan (Santamarian) Oana Raluca
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2012,
Abstract: This paper describes one of the major challenges of the future: the sustainable development of the society. Sustainability is now increasingly recognized as central to the growth of emerging market economies. For the banking sector, this represents both a demand for greater social and environmental responsibility as well as a new landscape of business opportunity. Several years ago, the main part of the banks did not consider the social and environmental problems relevant for their operations. Recently, the banks began to realize the major impact of the sustainable development over the way of ulterior development of the society and, implicitly over the way of creating of the banking value in the future. In this context, the development of a banking management system, based on sustainable principles represents one of the provocations of these days.Starting from literature in the sustainable banking management field in this paper are presented several relevant issues related to risk management in the context of sustainable banking financing: the need to implement the sustainable management principles in financial and banking industry; the role of banks in sustainable development of society; social and environmental risk management policies, events that have shaped the role of the banking sector in sustainable development; international standards regarding sustainable banking management such us: Equator Principles for sustainable investment projectsa€ financing or GRI principles for sustainable reporting. Furthermore, we developed a practical case study related to the implementation of sustainable banking management at Bank of America.
THE IMPACT OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION ON THE ROMANIAN BANKING SYSTEM
Dragan (Santamarian) Oana Raluca
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2010,
Abstract: This paper describes the evolution registered by the Romanian banking system over the last years in the context of accession to the European Union. The analysis presents the progress registered by our banking system, the main characteristics of Romanian banking activity after 2007 as well as a brief analysis of profitability indicators
A Comparative Study of the Analysis, Numerical Modelling and Experimental Test on a Sandwich Panel with Plane and Profiled Facings
Raluca Hohan,N. ??ranu,Oana St?nil?
Bulletin of the Polytechnic Institute of Jassy, Constructions, Architechture Section , 2010,
Abstract: Sandwich panels are remarkable products because they can be as strong as a solid material but with less weight. The analysis that is required to predict the stresses and deflections in panels with flat or lightly profiled facings is that of conventional beam theory but with the addition of shear deformation. Knowing that the profiled sheets bring an increase of the flexural stiffness, formulas showing the calculus of a panel with flat and profiled facings are established. A comparison between the results of a mathematical calculus, an experimental test and a numerical modelling is provided.
Multiculturalism versus Nationalism and the role of ethnic minorities in the public life of Lithuania
OanaRaluca Gl?van,Lucia Andrievschi-Bartkiene
Revista Romana de Studii Baltice si Nordice , 2012,
Abstract: Lithuania became a European Union member in 2004 and it is intensively preparing nowadays to take over the EU’s presidency in the second half of 2013. As today EU’s agenda is oriented with priority to tackle the economic crisis, the survival of EURO zone and euro-scepticism, Lithuania’s foreign policy is focused, among others, on further development of the area of freedom and security, promoting further enlargement and development of relations with Eastern countries. In this respect, Lithuania is keen to share its integration experience with candidate and potentially candidate countries and to make the further enlargement of the E. U. in the Western Balkans countries a successful story similar to the 2004 enlargement campaign, with Croatia joining the EU on 1st of July 2013 during Lithuanian presidency and planning to have an impact on the finalization of negotiations with other candidate countries. Since joining the EU, Lithuania has experienced difficulties arising from its role as a destination, source and transit country for legal and irregular international migration. As Lithuania is one of the Member States that have external borders with non-candidate countries (Byelorussia and Russia – Kaliningrad oblast), it is as well concerned about security issues, migration and integration of minorities in the framework of the European Neighbourhood Policy. Minorities account for 16% of the population of Lithuania, out of which Poles-6.1 %, Russians and Byelorussians-6% and Ukrainians-0.6 %. Other minorities such as Jews, Germans, Tartars, Latvians, Roma, Armenians etc. account together for 0.7 % of the total population. Lithuanians generally have a positive relationship with their national minorities and the integration of former may be regarded as somewhat advanced, but discrimination cannot be excluded, especially on the labour market. The juridical situation of these minorities and the issues concerning them is the focus of this article.
SOCIAL - ECONOMIC ASPECTS RELATED TO THE CONTEMPORARY VILLAGE WITHIN SARMIZEGETUSA AREA
ION P?RVULESCU,RALUCA RIDZI,ROXANA GHI??-PLE?A,OANA DOBRE-BARON
Annals of the University of Petrosani : Economics , 2009,
Abstract: The sociological research whose results are given in this paper was conducted in the month of July 2009 in the rural community of Sarmizegetusa, located in Hunedoara County on the border with Caras-Severin County. There has been investigated a total of 174 households and the main issues addressed are the following ones: house and living conditions, family structure, household income, the comfort of the house.
Sulfadiazine—Chitosan Conjugates and Their Polyelectrolyte Complexes with Hyaluronate Destined to the Management of Burn Wounds
Raluca Petronela Dumitriu,Lenuta Profire,Loredana Elena Nita,Oana Maria Dragostin,Nicolae Ghetu,Drago Pieptu,Cornelia Vasile
Materials , 2015, DOI: 10.3390/ma8010317
Abstract: In the present study polyelectrolyte complexes (PECs) based on new sulfadiazine-chitosan conjugates with sodium hyaluronate have been developed with potential use in treatment of burn wounds. The PECs were chemically characterized using Fourier Transform—Infrared Spectroscopy, Scanning Electon Microscopy and Near Infrared Chemical Imaging Technique. The swelling behavior and in vitro sulfadiazine release were also investigated. The antimicrobial activity was evaluated towards three bacterial strains: Escherichia coli, Listeria monocytogenes and Salmonella thyphymurium. The developed PECs demonstrated their antimicrobial efficiency against tested bacterial strains, the PECs containing sulfadiazine-modified chitosan being more active than PECs containing unmodified chitosan.
Scheduling Jobs with a Common Due Date via Cooperative Game Theory  [PDF]
Irinel Dragan
American Journal of Operations Research (AJOR) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ajor.2013.35042
Abstract: Efficient values from Game Theory are used, in order to find out a fair allocation for a scheduling game associated with the problem of scheduling jobs with a common due date. A four person game illustrates the basic ideas and the computational difficulties.
On the Coalitional Rationality of the Shapley Value and Other Efficient Values of Cooperative TU Games  [PDF]
Irinel Dragan
American Journal of Operations Research (AJOR) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajor.2014.44022
Abstract: In the theory of cooperative transferable utilities games, (TU games), the Efficient Values, that is those which show how the win of the grand coalition is shared by the players, may not be a good solution to give a fair outcome to each player. In an earlier work of the author, the Inverse Problem has been stated and explicitely solved for the Shapley Value and for the Least Square Values. In the present paper, for a given vector, which is the Shapley Value of a game, but it is not coalitional rational, that is it does not belong to the Core of the game, we would like to find out a new game with the Shapley Value equal to the a priori given vector and for which this vector is also in the Core of the game. In other words, in the Inverse Set relative to the Shapley Value, we want to find out a new game, for which the Shapley Value is coalitional rational. The results show how such a game may be obtained, and some examples are illustrating the technique. Moreover, it is shown that beside the original game, there are always other games for which the given vector is not in the Core. The similar problem is solved for the Least Square Values.
Requirements Quality Online Courses  [PDF]
Dragan Damjanovi?
Intelligent Information Management (IIM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/iim.2014.63010
Abstract:

Every day on the Internet appear online courses (good, bad, free, expensive, legal, illegal, ...). They can be of great benefit, especially to people who, because of a lack of free time can not attend face-to-face teaching, and have a duty of continuous professional development. In this great offer, it is really difficult to choose the right one that will fully meet the strict criteria. In this paper, we point to the conditions and requirements that may significantly facilitate students making their final decision regarding the selection of different forms of online training.

On the Gas Routing via Game Theory  [PDF]
Irinel Dragan
American Journal of Operations Research (AJOR) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajor.2015.54022
Abstract: The delivery of the natural gas obtained by drilling, fracking and sending the product to consumers is done usually in two phases: in the first phase, the gas is collected from all wells spread on a large area, and belonging to several companies, and is sent to a depot owned by the city; then, in the second phase, another company is taking the gas on a network of ducts belonging to the city, along the streets to the neighborhoods and the individual consumers. The first phase is managed by the gas producing companies on the ducts owned by each company, possibly also on some public ducts. In this paper, we discuss only this first phase, to show why the benefits of these companies depend on the cooperation of the producers, and further, how a fair allocation of the total gas obtained, to the drilling companies, is computed. Following the model of flow games, we generate a cooperative transferable utilities game, as shown in the first section, and in this game any efficient value gives an allocation of benefits to the owners of ducts in the total network. However, it may well happen that the chosen value is not coalitional rational, in the game, that is, it does not belong to the Core of the game. By using the results obtained in an earlier work of the author, sketched in the second section, we show in the last section how the same allocation may be associated to a new game, which has the corresponding value a coalitional rational value. An example of a three person flow game shows the game generation, as well as the procedure to be used for obtaining the new game in which the same value, a Shapley Value, will give a coalitional rational allocation.
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