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THE ROLE OF THE FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENTS ON THE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND EXPORTS – THEORETICAL EVIDENCE
MAGDALENA RADULESCU
Lucr?ri ?tiin?ifice : Management Agricol , 2009,
Abstract: Indeed, accumulated experience shows that FDI had substantially enhanced the national economies re-specialization processes all over the world. In order to lead to the maximum the benefits of government interventions, export oriented direct foreign investments promotion should be an integrant part of a country's development general strategy. The demarcation is in the extent of success a host country had in drawing and modernizing export oriented direct foreign investments, and also the development benefits that result from such investments, which is based on the country's ability to develop its internal capabilities. It is necessary to approach more sophisticated and comprehensive policies to consider the changes produced in the corporate strategies and in the regulations activity.
THE ROLE OF THE FOREIGN INVESTMENTS IN THE ROMANIAN BANKING SYSTEM RESTRUCTURING
MAGDALENA RADULESCU
Lucr?ri ?tiin?ifice : Management Agricol , 2009,
Abstract: The creation of a viable and sound financial system in South-East European (SEE) countries has been a fundamental aspect of their transition to a market economy. At the beginning of the 1990s, much of the banking industry in the SEE countries and Turkey remained underdeveloped. In Romania, the banking field has been and it is one of the most dynamic and active segments within the economy, registering important growths from year to year, both regarding capital, number of employees, investments, and the credit level of the economic activity. Nevertheless, there had been some deficiencies materialized in some aspects of banking system leanness, non performing credits, important losses or even bribery. The banking system must truthfully reflect the development and decentralizing level within the economy, representing not only a result of the reform, restructuring and privatization process, but also a very active and mobilizing factor of this process.
FDIs IN SPAIN AFTER ITS EU ACCESSION. SPANISH INVESTMENTS IN ROMANIA AND HOW CAN BE USED SPANISH EXPERIENCE FOR ROMANIA’S DEVELOPMENT
MAGDALENA RADULESCU,ELENA JIANU
Annals of the University of Petrosani : Economics , 2011,
Abstract: It is an open question to what extent the accession countries will be able to benefit from an increase in the quality of FDI that they receive due to EU membership. The point here is that the benefits that accrued from EU membership to the countries that joined earlier are substantially attenuated for later entrants to the EU because of globalization. This paper will discuss the similarities between the economic structures of those two countries, the Spanish investments in Romania and how the Spanish experience after its EU accession could be used for Romania after 2007 when it acceded to EU, too.
BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE INSTRUMENTS FOR HR MONITORING
Serbanescu Luminita,Radulescu Magdalena
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2009,
Abstract: Business Intelligence is the combination of the information from several sources, and presenting results in a form that can be used in taking business decisions. Processed and presented in an intelligent way, this information gives the company the advanta
THE ROMANIAN CARD MARKET
RADULESCU MAGDALENA,POPESCU LUIGI
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2012,
Abstract: This paper presents an analysis of the Romanian card market in the last decade, based on the statistic data, against other Eastern European Countries and its perspectives in the next years. The use of cards is important for banks, due to the significant interests and tax gained this way, but Romanian market is still underdeveloped because of the population behavior in the payment area and due to the lack of the card acceptance infrastructure at the merchants for a long period of time. In Romania, there are still many cards with a cash-withdrawals function, but the Romanian card industry has a great potential, because it was underdeveloped. The crisis was an opportunity on the market cards because the credit products have dropped significantly and banks had to develop other banking products, realized the importance of the cards and began to invest in infrastructure.
Development of the electronic banking services in Romania
Magdalena Radulescu,Luminia Serbanescu
Communications of the IBIMA , 2009,
Abstract: Launching in Romania the banking products and services with long-distance access was based on image motives for the Romanian banks, domestic institutions or foreign banks branches. In this way, banks wanted to be innovative and they didn’t address necessarily to their clients’ needs. Once the long-distance payment instruments diversified and once the clients became aware of the benefits of such services, the electronic banking services corroborated with the new technologies seduces the clients with their expected benefits: comfort, promptness and accessible costs. As an alternative to the classic payment system, the fees attached to the virtual access are regularly smaller than the fees of the classic services. Strong development of the Internet and mobile telecommunications is fortunately also met in Romania, so some of the industries can benefit of the major advantages offered by the new technologies. So, banking industry lunched on the market in the last years the electronic banking services as a viable alternative for classic banking services which assume the client’s presence at the banking desk. In the last years, Internet became a popular distribution platform for electronic banking. Consumers of the electronic banking had easier access to their accounts in every moment. Still with this comfort, the e-banking adopting rates were very low in many countries. In Romania, of 39 banks that operate in the Romanian market, 21 offer their clients 28 long-distance payment instruments of which 14 are Internet Banking solutions, 12 are Home Banking solutions and 2 are Mobile Banking solutions. This paper aims to present the types of the electronic banking services in Romania comparative to other countries, their development in the recent years, their benefits for banks and customers, their costs and risks and their risk management.
FDIs and investment policy in some European countries after their EU accession. Challenges during the crisis
Magdalena RADULESCU,Elena Nolica DRUICA
Revista Romana de Economie , 2011,
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to find out to what extent the accession countries will be able to benefit from an increase in the quality of foreign direct investments (FDIs) that they receive due to EU membership. Although there will be some investment in new affiliates resulting in greenfield subsidiaries, transnational companies (TNCs) may divest their operations in response to better location advantages elsewhere in the EU (as Spain and Portugal are experiencing because their low-cost advantages are eroded). In many Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries, the share of foreign ownership in total capital stock is already typically much higher than in older EU member states, but we can already observe a trend of relocating TNCs’ subsidiaries to other emerging countries in order to diminish the costs, in the context of the present crisis and we believe that this trend will continue in the future, especially in the crisis context when the inceptive burden is heavy for governments. The conclusion of this paper is that the CEE countries haven’t faced quite similar conditions as the Southern European countries that acceded to the EU in the ‘80s. So, their benefits have considerably diminished and the present crisis didn’t help them at all to reduce their economic gaps comparing to the developed European countries.
THE PUBLIC IMAGE – FACETS AND STAGES IN ITS CREATION
Corina RADULESCU
Lex et Scientia , 2011,
Abstract: Public image is the representation or the idea that the public envisages as to an institution/organization and that special literature coins as: institutional image, enterprise image, prestige publicity, brand image, product image, institutional communication – all of these phrases representing multiple ”facets” of the public image whose unique goal is to create a positive representation of an institution. These facets – which are essentially different – often overlap.Thus, in this paper, we intend to distinguish between the multiple facets that the public image implies and, in order to do this, we firstly refer to the definition, characteristics and structure of the public image, so that we separately analyse its forms of manifestation and reveal the specific difference of the institutional image – which in its pure form aims at creating in the consumer’s/citizen’s mind an identity and a clear organizational representation, which is particularly different from commercial mark images. In the conclusion section to our paper, we indicate the steps that have to be followed in order to create a positive image for an organization.
STERNUM MALFORMATIONS AS A RESULT OF BMP4 DEFICIENCY
A Radulescu
Jurnalul Pediatrului , 2005,
Abstract: Recent data shows that the Bmp4 plays significant roles in a large number of developmental processes,including branching morphogenesis of the lung, toothdevelopment, lens development, neuroepithelial cell diferentiation, primordial germ cell formation, and not leats most importantly bone formation and development.The purpose of this study was to identify the Bmp4 expression and its role in the development of ribs and sternum and analysis of the skeletal phenotypes caused by the genetic inactivation of Bmp4. along with the study of it’s expression patterns.This conclusion of this study is based in part on the finding that some heterozygous mutants, which presumably produce half the amount of active BMP protein as wild type appear to have some skeletal defects with regards to the sternum and ribs.
Peculiarities of a communication strategy in the public sector
Corina Radulescu
Manager , 2012,
Abstract: Public communication through all its registers – information, formation, service advertisement, campaigns – has an impact on citizens wanting to persuade them and sometimes wanting to change their opinions, behaviour. When such communication activities are organized – observing certain rules to be followed – the effects are positive. Therefore, in the present paper we describe the development stages of a communication strategy for public institution, pointing out the moment of detailed planningtarget groups, objectives, conceiving the message, choosing the communication tools. We want to point out that among all these it should be as much coherence as possible, reciprocal adaptability; the higher the coherence, the more efficient the communication process.
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