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Ileana Tache,Cristina Neesham
International Journal of Economics and Research , 2011,
Abstract: Understanding the welfare system and the sources of its performance has become a priority for social policy makers in Central and Eastern Europe. In contrast with the impressive literature on the economic transition from communism to capitalism in this part of Europe, the transformation of welfare and social policies after communism has remained largely unexplored. Moreover, while the research so far has focused mainly on theVisegrad states and the Baltic states, Bulgaria and Romania have attracted considerably less interest. Hence,important data and relevant studies on the latest EU members are still missing. This paper brings together key data available on the socio-economic performance of the two countries, with a view to acquiring an integrated understanding of the impact of various economic, social and political factors on the state of welfare provision in these countries. We identify here the specific features of the current social model that appears to operate inBulgaria and Romania, in the broader context of comparing CEE and older EU members along key socialwelfare indicators. We then discuss the political context and welfare system developments in the two countries in the period of transition. Following this background, we analyse social welfare performance in Bulgaria and Romania using thirteen relevant indicators. The study concludes with an emphasis on the urgent need for a strategic rethinking of the social model in the region. In this context, based on past performance, a move away from a liberal ‘minimalist’ welfare state model is recommended.
Diana Popescu,Ileana Tache
CES Working Papers , 2012,
Abstract: European integration and enlargement, in the context of decreasing support of European country nationals, needs great men and great ideas standing with. J.M.Keynes proves in his book”The Economic Consequences of the Peace” that there is no other way for Europe than acts together. His economic reasons for which European countries “throb together” are presented here and supported with data. This article, with a historical approach, brings another important and strong view on the side of Europeanism.
Marius Sorin DINCA,Gheorghita DINCA,Ileana TACHE
Scientific Annals of the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi : Economic Sciences Series , 2011,
Abstract: The issues of government debt and deficits became a current component of the public finances of virtually all the countries in the world since the Great Depression in the 1930’s. The EU countries do not diverge from this picture and most of them display complex financial problems, in which consistent budgetary deficits have combined with negative net exports, with the ageing and pension system challenges and recently with the global financial crisis. In our paper we analyze the evolution of the public deficits run by the old and new EU member states, trying to identify their main causes and to propose several courses of action in order to control the deficits. We started with a structural analysis of the income side of the budget, especially for direct and indirect taxes, followed by a quantitative analysis of the growing deficits in the EU countries. We identified some widespread causes of the public deficits, such as the growing share of the public social expenditures and of the public wages, or the increase in public investments. Finally we presented some solutions for fiscal consolidation, which we think is essential in order to ensure the survival of the Euro and of the European Union.
Developing an Integrated Monitoring and Evaluation Flow for Sustainable Investment Projects
Florin TACHE
Economia : Seria Management , 2011,
Abstract: Under the circumstances of certain weaknesses in the monitoring and evaluation processes of sustainable investment projects, the paper aims to develop a general integrated flow, encompassing both a project monitoring system and also a project evaluation system for the investment projects involving economic objectives, as well as cross-cutting social and environmental targets. The whole approach is being presented as a flowchart, which highlights the intimate relationship between the monitoring and evaluation processes, and provides a formal framework for performing a logical monitoring and evaluation process, taking into account simultaneously the economic, social and environmental perspectives, within an investment project. Last, but not least, the article states both the estimated advantages and the disadvantages of such a managerial tool, opening new perspectives for developing further improved models and systems.
Simona TACHE
Lex et Scientia , 2011,
Abstract: Entry into force of the law no.202/2010 regarding some measures to speed up the trial processes already raises some problems of interpretation especially concerning cases that are pending. Such a situation was inevitable since the transitional provisions could not cover all situations arising in practice, and the law mentioned above create some completely new institutions in our criminal law. But I believe that for the new institution of admitting guilt in court case, would be required to adopt transitional rules necessary to eliminate the controverses that arise and will arise in practice. As any new institution, admitting guilt in court case will require a certain period of time untill crystallize an unitary practice field, even more because the text contains some vague expressions. Unfortunately, the courts have no benefit yet of a fast and efficient mechanism for unifying the jurisprudence, and this fact will probably affect also the solutions that will be taken by the courts in this matter.
The Legal Implications for the Navigation Development of Bystroye Channel
Tache Bocaniala
Acta Universitatis Danubius : Administratio , 2009,
Abstract: On May 11, 2004, Ukraine began the construction of the Danube - Black Sea Channel (Chilia and Bystroe river branch in the Danube Delta). The project, which had economic, political and even military interests, has been questioned since the formation of national and international environmental organizations (of both countries), which are likely to cause significant negative transboundary impact on the Danube Delta ecosystem. We conclude that, in defiance of the bilateralagreements with the Romanian and the international ones, Ukraine continued its works to complete the project, applying the policy of the complete fact. In this document we intend to highlight anumber of legal implications of the problem and the current international context as well, favorable for directing the demarche to a correct resolution.
Considerations on Preventing and Combating the Illegal Trafficking of Minors under the Current Economic and Financial Crisis
Tache Bocaniala
Acta Universitatis Danubius : Juridica , 2011,
Abstract: This work highlights the economic crisis problem that affects most states of the world, the crime problem that the society is facing, namely the human trafficking and in particular the child trafficking. This theme is particularly important in the context of amplifying the organized crime, it increasingly concerns the modern society and implicitly the specialists engaged in research of the phenomenon and for preventing and combating it. This paper is an analysis of the current financial crisis impact on human trafficking and the level of response that the society is ready to give through the regulatory framework, specialized institutions and their staff. The analysis concluded that Romania, as a result of its alignment with the acquis communautaire, is now a modern legislative and institutional system in preventing and combating trafficking in human beings. However, there is a need for legislative amendments in order to have a greater effectiveness in prevention and control measures, which represents a milestone in addressing other related issues. This study is also a warning for specialists to deepen their research for improving the prevention and combating trafficking in human beings which tends to grow.
Personal Data Protection in EU, Where to?
Tache Bocaniala
Acta Universitatis Danubius : Administratio , 2012,
Abstract: The protection of individuals regarding the processing of personal data and free movement of such data represents a growing concern of the States, but also of the EU bodies. At the level of EU Member States, the issue of protecting the individuals regarding the processing of personal data and free movement of such data poses no particular problems. Internationally and especially between the member states of the European Union, the existing regulatory framework no longer responds to theses needs such as: online activities, digital economy, internet banking, etc., being increasingly obvious the tendency of fragmentation of the movement of personal data.
The Use of Water Borders and the Good Neighborliness Principle
Tache Bocaniala
Acta Universitatis Danubius : Administratio , 2011,
Abstract: The use of Romania's water border for economic activities, navigation, recreation, fishing, bathing, beach, shopping, and animal shelter is established by the local authorities, with the prior consent of the territorial units of border police and ensuring fully compliance of the internal and international laws and of the good neighborliness principle.
The European Code of Police Ethics and Community Police
Tache Bocaniala
Acta Universitatis Danubius : Administratio , 2010,
Abstract: Democratic states are organized in order to guarantee individual freedoms and security of the citizens; the police perform the traditional functions of fighting, preventing and detecting crime,ensuring public order, respect for law and public order and protecting the fundamental rights of the individual, but also various social services, that support other activities. In the police activity there must respected the rights and freedoms of individual and avoid any arbitrary or unlawful reactions. Lately European countries have emphasized the reorganization process of the police in order to promote and strengthen the democratic values. An important step was the adoption of the European Code of Police Ethics aiming at implementing Community rules in the European Union and achieving greater unity between its members and building cooperation capacities in the fight against crime. Code of ethics and the deontology of the police officer, approved by G. D. no. 991/2005, are based on the principles of the European Code of Police Ethics.
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