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Law Antimonopoly of China – a Model of European Inspiration
Theoretical and Applied Economics , 2011,
Abstract: Globalization of present world economy has not only an economic component but also an important juridical aspect. Many countries are concerned to review or to supplement their internal legislation in order to make it compatible with legal rules that already exist in other countries or geographical zones that, usually, have an important role within their economic exchanges. China represents such an example, a country that, in the last decades, has intensified its commercial exchanges with EU member states. This trend was encouraged by the adoption of the Law Anti-Monopoly in China.
News in Competition Regulation in Romania. Institutional Consolidation of the Competition Council
Theoretical and Applied Economics , 2011,
Abstract: Upon the coming into force of the Law 149/2011, the recent changes in the Competition Law bestow additional power and authority upon the Competition Council. The competition authority can now expand its sphere of information use obtained during an investigation or inspection, can admit or reject hearing requests at its latitude, delegates new responsibilities to commissions and sanctions unfair competition deeds.
Novelties in Competition Regulation in Romania. Impact on Competitors
Theoretical and Applied Economics , 2011,
Abstract: Upon the coming into force of the Law No. 149/2011, the recent changes in the Competition Law bring a significant decrease of the fines level, while encouraging competitors to support the maintenance of a healthy and transparent competition. However, some provisions require application guidelines, while others are tougher than the European law principles.
Regional Analysis of Inequalities in Romanian Healthcare System
Social Research Reports , 2013,
Abstract: This paper aims to analyse several inequalities in the Romanian healthcare system at regional level and to highlight the resemblances and the differences, taking into account the socio-economic development, the population health status and the material and human resources allocated to healthcare, in different Romanian regions. We use secondary data registered at NUTS 2 level for eight Romanian regions collected from Eurostat (2009 – 2010). The results show large discrepancies between Romanian regions in most of analysed variables. Bucharest, North-West and West regions are characterized by a higher level of resources allocated to healthcare, a higher level of education and a lower poverty rate, unlike North-East, South-West and South regions, which display the opposite situation.
Oana STANCU (DINA),Iulia TEODORESCU (GABOR),Catalina Liliana ANDREI,Emanuel RADU
Journal of Applied Quantitative Methods , 2009,
Abstract: In Romania in the last decade, pacing is playing an increasingly important role in the management of cardiac disease. If, at first, attention of the cardiologists and researchers was focusing on the electrical rather than functional effects of pacing, the fact that pacing the RV may initially improve cardiac function but may induce heart failure over time, has led to a change in direction.This study evaluates comparative the clinical outcome as well the incidence and predictors of heart failure in 38 patients with VVIR pacing, VDDR and DDDR pacing implanted in “Sf. Ioan” Hospital, Bucharest, over a period of 2 years. We also intended to evaluate the long-term effects of alternative right ventricular pacing sites on LVEF.
Univalence Conditions for Two General Integral Operators  [PDF]
Adriana Oprea, Daniel Breaz
Advances in Pure Mathematics (APM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/apm.2014.48054

Let A be the class of all analytic functions which are analytic in the open unit disc \"\" . In this paper we study the problem of univalence for the following general integral operators:

Researches considering the effect of the gradual insertion of fodder in alimentation for the growth rhythm of Siberian sturgeon larvae (Acipenser baerii – Brandt, 1869) reared in superintensive system
Daniel OPREA,Lucian OPREA
Annals of the University Dunarea de Jos of Galati. Fascicle VI : Food Technology , 2010,
Abstract: The experiment was made inside of private sturgeon rearing farm S.C. “Beluga Farm Group” S.R.L. from Calarasi County. The rearing system is flow-through and is emplaced into an enclosure as halltype. Sturgeon larvae were reared in spun glass troughs of a 0.167 m3 capacity. Experiment duration was 20 days. Biological material, Siberian sturgeon larvae (Acipenser baerii – Brandt, 1869), was gained by artificial breeding of breeders imported from Germany. The experiment was going off with two variants and three replications each. The rearing density was the same in both experimental variants, 500 ex/tank respectively. The diet of larvae from each variant was different as follows: in variant I, the larvae were fed exclusively on live diet represented by Tubifex species; in variant II, the larvae were gradually carried over from a diet consisting of Tubifex species to a diet represented only by Perla Larva fodder with a protean content of 62.0 %. On both experimental variants, fed delivery was achieved in the same way, namely the same number of daily intakes, dispensed at the same time. At the end of theexperiment, the results were as follows: in variant I, the survival rate was 75 % and the final average body mass of larvae 2.69 g/ex, in variant II, the survival rate was 66 % and the final average body mass2.38 g/ex.
La migration internationale des médecins roumains:
Social Research Reports , 2013,
Abstract: This study aims at highlighting Romanian doctors′ perceptions of their experiences abroad. The methodological approach is qualitative, based on semi-structured interviews with Romanian doctors who have worked abroad for at least one year and returned to Romania, as well as with doctors who continue to practice their profession in European countries (France and Belgium). The content analysis of information has allowed us to highlight the prospects of the participants in this study in the context of awareness of the benefits and the challenges associated with the development of their careers and personal lives abroad or in their country of origin. The results show that the decision to go abroad to work is a highly complex one and involves the balancing of costs and benefits. It also depends on personal values and goals. In this context, society and the state play key roles for the creation of a living and working environment for the welfare of the individual.
Migration of Romanian Doctors: a Qualitative Study on the Perceptions of Romanian Doctors who practiced Abroad
Cristina Teodorescu
Sfera Politicii , 2011,
Abstract: The phenomenon of migration among Romanian doctors has particularly increased following Romania’s adhesion to the European Union. This study in an exploratory one and its aim is to thoroughly investigate the doctors′ motivation for leaving their country of origin in order to work abroad. The qualitative methodological approach is based on semi-structured interviews with doctors who worked abroad for at least one year and then decided to return to their country of origin. The results of the interviews have emphasized the doctors′ desire to specialize professionally under high-performance working conditions in western countries, the perceptions on their professional experiences in other cultural environments, as well as the factors that influenced their return to Romania.
Journal of Plant Development , 2004,
Abstract: In Iassy, A. Fatu” Botanical garden’s Greenhouse complex (20 buildings with a total area of 3800 sq.m) hosts a remarcable fund of exotic plants (2700 taxa), native especially in subtropical, tropical and ecuatorial areas, on every continent.This paper presents some of the plant collections grown in this space. It comes out that, by number, diversity and value (scientific/decorative) of the taxa, many collections – azaleas and camelias, carnivorous plant, palm trees, bromelias, orchids, cicads, crotons, ficuses – have a unicum value in the country.
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