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THE VOLATILITY OF THE FINANCIAL MARKET – A QUANTITATIVE APPROACH
Mester Ioana Teodora
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2008,
Abstract: During the last years, the financial markets have been subject to significant fluctuations of their financial actives. These spectacular movements have revived the interest, in the academic circles and policy makers and regulation and control authorities as well, for the financial market volatility. The analysis of these phenomena is justified by the fact that the stock exchange chocks have significant effects on the financial stability and they can lead to serious consequences in the real economy.
VEC MODEL OF DEVELOPING COUNTRY INFLATIONARY DYNAMICS a€“ AN EMPIRICAL STUDY a€“ THE CASE OF ROMANIA
Mester Ioana Teodora
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2009,
Abstract: One of the most difficult issues confronting that monetary authorities in many developing economies have to deal with is the management of a stable price environment. Inflation can create uncertainty, a low level of investment, and raise costs in general
GRANGER CAUSALITY AND COINTEGRATION IN ROMANIAa€ S INFLATIONARY DYNAMICS a€“ AN EMPIRICAL STUDY
Mester Ioana Teodora,Simu? Ramona
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2010,
Abstract: One of the most difficult issues that monetary authorities in many developing economies have to deal with is the management of a stable price environment. Inflation can create uncertainty, a low level of investment, and raise costs in general, thus lowering rates of growth. As a result, there exists a widespread need for understanding inflationary dynamics in any country of interest, especially in developing countries, subject to more significant and volatile price changes. This paper develops a VEC model for the Romanian economy, using CPI index and other macroeconomic data, in order to capture the transmission mechanism of inflation.
ACCOUNTANTS ABOUT ACCOUNTING POLICIES. AN EMIPRICAL INVESTIGATION OF SMES FROM BIHOR COUNTY
Bogdan Victoria,Mester Ioana Teodora,Belenesi Marioara
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2010,
Abstract: This paper examines the setting up of accounting procedures and policies in sampled SMEs from Bihor, county selected after criteria of size at the end of 2008. In order to conduct our research we have set up a questionnaire of 25 questions which has been applied to 100 SMEs. The obtained results showed that out of the 83 respondents, only 92,68% agree with the provisions of Article 10 of Order 3055/2009, according to which entities must develop their own accounting policies approved by the managers, only 75,60% of the respondents agree that the existence of written accounting policies at the enterprise level improves the quality of financial reporting and managersa€ decision making process and a significant number of respondents (21,95%) do not know the fact that during a financial year, a firma€ s accounting policies cannot be changed. The most relevant result of our investigative research consist in identifying the need to train the human resources involved in the process of writing and applying accounting policies and procedures in SMEs and the necessity to set up a manual of accounting department.
AN INVESTIGATION OF LONGRUN RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ECONOMIC GROWTH, INVESTMENT AND EXPORT IN ROMANIA
Mester Ioana Teodora,Simut Ramona Marinela
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2011,
Abstract: The objective of this study was to estimate the long-run relationship between economic growth, investment and export in Romania using trimestrial data from the National Bank of Romania as well as National Statistical Institute. The econometric methodology employed was the Cointegration and Granger Causality test. First, the stationarity properties of the data and the order of integration of the data were tested using the Augmented Dickey-Fuller (ADF) test. We found that the variables were non-stationary in levels, but stationary in first differences; that is, they are integrated of order one (I (1)). Since we used single equation model(s), the application of Johansen multivariate approach to cointegration was necessary to test for the long-run relationship among the variables. The result showed the existence of a single cointegration equation between the variables. The result of the Granger causality test shows a bidirectional relationship between investment and economic growth and also a bidirectional relationship between investment and exports but the result of the causation between export and growth was statistically insignificant.
AN INVESTIGATIVE STUDY REGARDING SMES SPECIFIC ACCOUNTING POLICIES
Popa Dorina Nicoleta,Belenesi Marioara,Mester Ioana Teodora
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2011,
Abstract: In this paper we intend to continue the research regarding the enterprise accounting policies and the manner in which these are perceived by the practitioner accountants, preparers of financial statements. This time, in order to carry out the research, we made up a new questionnaire applied to the same sample, containing a number of 100 SMEs in Bihor County, selected according to the criterion of the average number of employees and that of the level of net turnover at the end of 2008. Continuing previous conducted research we have investigated this time the specific accounting policies of the sampled SMEs from Bihor County and the way these policies are understood by practitioners and implemented in order to prepare financial statements. Surprisingly, we have found that only 93.33% of the respondents agree that the elements presented in the annual financial statements of the entity are evaluated in accordance with the general accounting principles stipulated in Order 3055/2009, according to the accrual accounting. Half of the people interviewed had in view all four qualities of accounting information (intelligibility, relevance, credibility, comparability) in drawing up the annual financial statements, and most of them (56.67%) are not aware of the possibility to use a significance threshold (10%-15%) of the total value of that particular category of assets, liabilities, expenditure, income and results for an as faithful as possible presentation of information in the balance sheet and in the profit and loss account.
STYLIZED FACTS OF ROMANIAN BUSINESS CYCLE. THE LITERATURE (I)
Mester Ioana
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2012,
Abstract: If the more or less regulate moves of the macroeconomic variables are accepted by the economists as a reality, the problem of measuring the aggregate level of the economy in direct correlation with these fluctuations is much more difficult due to the numerous variables involved.\\r\\n\\r\\nThe way these variables move in time is very different from a period to another as well as from a country to another. While some variables have already reached their maximum level, others are on their descendent slope. This is the reason why the measurement problem of the aggregate level of the macroeconomic activity deserves our attention. Finding the patterns macroeconomic variables move together and influence each other is important both as a theoretical challenge, but for its practical utility as well. \\r\\n\\r\\nDepending on the result of the measurement process, the authorities are able to conduct their economic policies. More precisely, the monetary or fiscal authority will act differently if the economy is in recession or in expansion.\\r\\n\\r\\nThese are the reasons for which a very important phase in the study of the cycle is its descriptive analysis, which is realized by focusing on certain aspects, such as: the length and magnitude, the correlation of the economic variables with the reference series, the study of the cyclical indicators, the analysis of the relative variability of economic series, the diagnose and prevision based on the cyclical indicators.\\r\\n
STYLIZED FACTS OF ROMANIAN BUSINESS CYCLE. AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION (II)
Mester Ioana
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2012,
Abstract: If the more or less regulate moves of the macroeconomic variables are accepted by the economists as a reality, the problem of measuring the aggregate level of the economy in direct correlation with these fluctuations is much more difficult due to the numerous variables involved. The way these variables move in time is very different from a period to another as well as from a country to another. While some variables have already reached their maximum level, others are on their descendent slope. This is the reason why the measurement problem of the aggregate level of the macroeconomic activity deserves our attention. Finding the patterns macroeconomic variables move together and influence each other is important both as a theoretical challenge, but for its practical utility as well. Depending on the result of the measurement process, the authorities are able to conduct their economic policies. More precisely, the monetary or fiscal authority will act differently if the economy is in recession or in expansion. These are the reasons for which a very important phase in the study of the cycle is its descriptive analysis, which is realized by focusing on certain aspects, such as: the length and magnitude, the correlation of the economic variables with the reference series, the study of the cyclical indicators, the analysis of the relative variability of economic series, the diagnose and prevision based on the cyclical indicators.
The bad public decisions’ ripple – setting the education off balance. Marketing simulation – education design decisions
Ioana Teodora DINU
Theoretical and Applied Economics , 2012,
Abstract: The research goes in-depth of a highly debated public decision on education due to its topicality and suddenly enforced changes. The analysis argues that the perceptions of the groups which are mostly impacted by the changes contradict the effects targeted by the Law. These perceptions are tested in a split focus group (in three target subgroups – teaching staff, students and secretarial staff) and both the initial observations and the ones filtered through the field literature prove a strong burden on the higher education system, which will only multiply like ripples in the context of the current economic situation.
ONTACT – THE CLIENT - ORGANIZATION SYNAPSIS
Adriana MANOLIC?,Teodora Cristina ROMAN,Ioana GRASU
Scientific Annals of the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi : Economic Sciences Series , 2011,
Abstract: In a more and more diverse service related economical environment the client is ambushed by lots of information regarding that particular area. The customer’s attitude towards either a certain type of service or the other comes mainly from inexact sources of information detained before having had a direct contact with the company at hand. Most of the time this information is absorbed via friends, commercials and it is subjective. Nevertheless, this initial type of information is not static at all. It has the tendency of working its way up towards modifying the company’s attitude towards customers. A great role in this molding process has the assistance personnel. Those people are the lesion between the company and the client, transforming the customer’s needs into potential services. In certain cases these service people can help bend certain company’s offers around certain customers. This article aims at underlying the role of these particular service people, as an interface between the client and the company. The main objective of these paper is finding the appropriate staff contact characteristics for different types of services. Their existence determines the relationship between client and organization, transforming the customer desires into services that can be offered and simultaneously modeling (where applicable) the company's offer according to the client.
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