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LIABILITY TO SUPPLIERS REPORTING STANDARDIZATION - QUALITY GROWTH FACTOR OF ACCOUNT INFORMATION
Briciu Sorin,Dragu Gabi Georgiana,Ivan Raluca
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2010,
Abstract: Under no.11 position paper "Economic and Monetary Union", Romania took responsibility of reporting according to European System of Accounts - ESA 95. Public Institution classification is necessary to delineate the perimeter of general government (S.13), subdividing it into sub-sectors and to define how to consolidate their financial statements. To fulfill this research we used methods of documentary research, observation, analysis and empirical observation. Through the specific procedure of documents observation performed we accomplish delineating the problem in the general context. The empirical experiments produced practical data. The purpose of this study considered the practical applicability of a solution in offering a model of reporting that lead to increased correctness, forwardness, quality, of accounting information provided to their users.
Book review: Transport systems (Sisteme de transport), Serban RAICU
Vasile DRAGU
INCAS Bulletin , 2011, DOI: 10.13111/2066-8201.2011.3.4.16
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THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS ON TEACHING MOVEMENT GAMES TO SECONDARY SCHOOL PUPILS
Mircea Dragu
Citius Altius Fortius , 2010,
Abstract: Games in general are activities of ludical type, with tremendous influence upon the development of the performers’ personality from many points of view, including on the level of social integration. They are total, attractive, spontaneous, free, natural and uninterested activities. They also have recreational and compensatingfacets. That is why they are very much used in organisational forms in the free time of various categories of subjects. The present research aims at proving that that the movement game is one of the fundamental teaching aids used in the physical education lessons in the fifth-grade classes in rural schools, and also in the pupils’leisure time. The research methods were as follows: the study of the bibliography, the investigation method (questionnaire), the statistical-mathematical method, and the graph representation method. The research was carried out during the school year 2008-2009, focusing on analysing the aspects related to the movement gameused during the lessons and the leisure time. To this purpose a questionnaire was administered to pupils and teachers. The questionnaire for pupils included 11 items and was administered to a number of 51 fifth-graders from the schools of Mircea Vod , in the Br ila Country. The questionnaire for teachers included 7 items andwas administered to 18 teachers of physical education in the rural area. The questions aimed to provide information about the use of movement games during the fifth-grade lessons, and also about some methodical aspects. The results partially confirmed the starting hypothesis
LA RESTRICTION DU DROIT à LA LIBRE CIRCULATION DES CITOYENS ROUMAINS DANS LES éTATS DE L’UNION EUROPéENNE
Dragu CRE?U
Acta Universitatis Danubius : Juridica , 2007,
Abstract: As mentioned in its title, the paper aims at considering a whole set of rules and regulations on the issue of restraining Romanian citizens’ right of free movement towards EU states. Without being a deep-in thorough analysis, the paper is yet a descriptive investigation of an entire legal framework, with emphasising the most significant details of the problem.
Observations on the Prior Complaint’s Limitation Period of the Injured Party
Angelica CHIRILA,Dragu CRETU
Acta Universitatis Danubius : Juridica , 2010,
Abstract: In order for a prior complaint to be effectual and to produce specific judicial effects, this has to be lodged respecting a certain due date. In modern legislations, the lodging of a prior complaintis generally provided within a relatively short peremptory date (much shorter than the prescription term of the penal action), which disregard leads to the laps of plea. The reason of this limitationperiod is represented by on one hand, the social and particular interest of not letting the victim, through her will to keep her supposed or real transgressor longer under the menace of a priorcomplaint, which could lead to blackmail or other forms of psychic constraint and, on the other hand, the presumption that after a pretty long term for decision and action, she will no longer want or have a serious reason in order to make the plea. The prior complaint appears like a suspensive condition of the penal judicial report’s efficiency; it is natural for the suspensive effect of this condition to be tight to a certain limitation period, it’s overhaul making the penal law no longer be incident. It is not possible for the victim to have the freedom of making a prior complaint for the duration, the social juridical interest being the triggering of the juridical activity in a certain time interval. If the injured party did not make the prior plea respecting the term provided by the law, it is presupposed that she gave up the right by law to fulfil the condition on which depends the yield of the state right to call to account the law breaker.
LA PROTECTION PéNALE DU PATRIMOINE. éLéMENTS DE DROIT COMPARé
Dragu CRE?U
Acta Universitatis Danubius : Juridica , 2006,
Abstract: The penal legislation has always incriminated and seriously punished the offences against the patrimony, having as a result a continuous preoccupation for the protection of social relations regarding the patrimony. It is known that the protection of these relations is achieved by other branches of law, such as civil law, but when the juridical means become inefficient or insufficient, the penal law is used.
DIVERSITY OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING PRACTICES: THE CASE OF INTANGIBLE ASSETS
Dragu Ioana-Maria
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2010,
Abstract: Although seven years have passed since the Norwalk Agreement has been signed, the global accounting standards continue to represent a goal for IASB and FASB, being far from the stage of practical implementation. More than that, the financial crisis made things worse, as it contributes to the unfavourable conditions for the development of convergence process. But despite all these negative elements, FASB and IASB continue to collaborate in obtaining a single set from the two distinct accounting regulations, which can serve for practical accounting purposes. The globalization phenomena imply the existence of a unique set of financial reporting standards. Thus, accounting diversity is to be reduced at international level, so that it would be in accordance with companies’ interests. Therefore, one can state the importance of harmonizing both national and international accounting regulations.
The Complaint before the Judge against the Prosecutor’s Resolutions or Writs for not Proceeding to Trial – Article278 (8), Letter c) C.C.P
Dragu Cretu,Angelica Chirila
EIRP Proceedings , 2010,
Abstract: It has been noticed in the doctrine a more pronounced current trend of “privatizing” the trial, this aspect concerning a significant part of the foreign doctrine. It was proved that its most insidious form, and undoubtedly the most dangerous, is not the traditional one, of the injured person’s prior complaint, but that which is incident to the public prosecution itself. Romanian legislator gave up the prior complaint formulated in the article 279. par. 2 letter A, C.C.P., repealing these provisions through the Law no. 356/2006, thuseliminating the procedure of direct criminal proceedings. The complaint registered in the article 278 C.C.P. arousing lots of controversies, which allow almost unlimited access from the crime victim to public proceeding. Generally, the complaint governed by the provisions of the article 275 and the next C.C.P. is, in terms of legal nature, an appeal against criminal acts and measures of prosecution and a way to control their legality. According to the law, any person whose legitimate rights were affected can lodge a complaint. The law without prescribing a limitation period, the complaint can be lodged by any natural or legal person, if there is evidence of harm of her legitimate interests.
Force Deployment Planning in the IDF General Staff
Gabi Siboni
Military and Strategic Affairs , 2011,
Abstract: IDF General Staff planning processes relate to two primary areas: force buildup and force deployment. The fundamentals of military doctrine of any army, and particularly the IDF, necessitate full synchronization between the two, and the element that underlies all planning processes is what is needed for force deployment. Upon the establishment of the IDF, these processes were assigned to a single framework: the General Staff Branch. However, more than sixty years later, planning in the General Staff today has been decentralized among various bodies in a way that complicates effective processes. Of the signi cant dif culties posed by this situation, three should be singled out. The rst is the weakness of planning for force deployment, which ostensibly is the responsibility of the IDF Operations Branch.The second dif culty concerns weak planning for force buildup, which must be based on force deployment needs. The third dif culty is the absence of synchronization in the planning processes. This article seeks to examine operational planning within the IDF command in three ways. The rst avenue of approach describes the evolution of operational planning and its implementation in the IDF over the years; the second analyzes the principles of operational planning and the limitations of the current situation in the IDF; and the third presents a possible model that could obviate some of the anomalies that exist today in the IDF. The scope of this article dictates a focus on the General Staff’s operational planning for force deployment. The limitations involved in planning processes related to force buildup should be discussed in a separate framework.
Defeating Suicide Terrorism in Judea and Samaria, 2002-2005
Gabi Siboni
Military and Strategic Affairs , 2010,
Abstract: Suicide attacks are a subject that has been studied and researched extensively, with the primary emphasis on the phenomenon of suicide as a terrorist weapon. Yet although it has been nearly a decade since the outbreak of the violent Palestinian uprising, the combat features used by the IDF and the security services against terrorism in general and suicide terrorism in particular, the most lethal form of terrorism, have not been studied in depth. The purpose of this essay is to attempt to understand the major components of activity that resulted in the near eradication of the phenomenon. The focus of this paper is the war on terrorism in Judea and Samaria without dealing with terrorism from the Gaza Strip, which has developed and assumed different forms over the years and is beyond the scope of this essay. This paper seeks to provide an historical picture of the processes employed by Israel in an attempt to foil suicide terrorism. The rst part of the essay examines the political directives issued by the Israeli government to the IDF from 2000, when the ghting erupted, until the government decision that led to Operation Defensive Shield. The second part examines the implementation of the directives and the development of the military and security response to suicide terrorism. This part of the essay also analyzes the process of formulating the military strategy for ghting terrorism in Judea and Samaria. The last part of the essay analyzes the ethical components of ghting a war on suicide terrorism that had the potential of being highly detrimental to the values of the IDF.
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