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AGRO-ECOSYSTEMS AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF WATER RESOURCES IN ARGES RIVER BASIN
Tatiana Diaconu,Luminita Doinea
Annals : Food Science and Technology , 2010,
Abstract: Lotic ecosystems, part of the Natural Capital, is one of the key factors functioning of socio - economic development andtheir support. An important role in their sustainable development, is the retention and recycling of nutrients, especiallyN, P and their compounds. The nutrients in lotic and lentic ecosystems are either due to natural biochemical processesor by human impact of pollution or broadcast process and characterize the ecological status of water bodies and thuscan determine the quality of services provided. A special importance have agro-ecosystems, particularly multifunctionallivestock farms. Pathways by which pollutants (especially nutrients and pesticides, and other pollutants) to reach bodiesof water are different (surface drainage, percolation, etc.).To ensure sustainable development of water resources is necessary for agricultural development to take place in termsof minimizing waste streams and not affect the production and support of NC.
CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF NATURAL ENVIRONMENT DEGRADATION IN THE HYDROGRAPHIC BASIN OF RIVER NEAJLOV
Luminita Doinea,Tatiana Diaconu,Florin Maracineanu
Annals : Food Science and Technology , 2010,
Abstract: The paper deals with acute problems of pollution sources and the pressures that these put on the natural environment ina traditionally degraded area due to the development of polluting industries and agricultural activities that operate withoverused and outdated equipment.The case study presents an overview of the hydrographic river basin Neajlov by describing its characteristics and anassessment of the consequences caused by intensive development of agriculture and the industry of oil extraction andprocessing on the structure and function of ecological systems in the basin.The grave pollution of the Dambovnic, a tributary river to Neajlov river, is emphasized as a consequence of thedischarge of wastewater containing high concentrations of pollutants created by the industry of the area, but alsoproduced by accidental pollution. This greatly impacts the ecological status of the water system Dambovnic.This paper is a first evaluation in finding solutions for the environmental damage created in the past, to ensuresustainable use of natural resources in the future.
Characteristics and drivers of venture capital investment activity in Romania
Mihaela DIACONU
Theoretical and Applied Economics , 2012,
Abstract: The present paper aims at characterising the venture capital market and identifying factors affecting the venture capital investments activity in Romania in the period 2000-2010. With a view to assessing the intensity of manifestation of various factors on the supply and demand of venture capital we use an econometric model of macroeconomic variables already tested in the literature. We consider, however, that we bring contributions to the approach, by analysing the features of the venture capital market in Romania and impact factors, our work being, at the same time, support in assessing the types of decisions to be adopted by policymakers to the formation of an authentic market and stimulating innovation. Our results indicate that the total R&D intensity is the main determinant of the venture capitals invested in this period in the two phases (for early stages and expansion). A significant incidence, mainly on the supply side, also shows the annual long term real interest rate, while the market capitalisation, the effective marginal tax rate on corporate income, the annual inflation or unemployment rate do not impact on the venture capital. Our recommendations, in terms of formation and development of the venture capital market, look as a priority, strengthening the demand for resources, respectively encouraging of enterprises to innovate, creating of conditions for the supply to be manifested in the seed and start-up stages and the compatibilization of the need for resources with prudential rules by adapting regulations for institutional investors.
Technological Innovation: Concept, Process, Typology and Implications in the Economy
Mihaela DIACONU
Theoretical and Applied Economics , 2011,
Abstract: Growing interest worldwide to boost innovation in business sector activities, especially the technology, is intended to maintain or increase national economic competitiveness, inclusively as an effect of awareness concerning the effects resulting from economic activity on consumption of resources and environment, which requires design of new patterns of production and consumption. In this paper we review the most important contributions in the literature in terms of the implications of technological innovation in the economy, at the microand macroeconomic level, viewing the organization's ability to generate new ideas in support of increasing production, employment and environmental protection, starting from the concepts of innovation, innovation process and, respectively, from the innovation typology analysis.
THE MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES AND THE LOW-COST MARKETS OF SOUTH-EAST ASIA
Diaconu Laura
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2009,
Abstract: In order to be considered a low-cost market, the cost advantage of one or more factors of production offered by a state – generally, a developing one – must be exploited by the multinational firms. Therefore, we may speak about these markets only after 19
LOW-COST STRATEGIES IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBAL MARKET DYNAMICS
LAURA DIACONU
Scientific Annals of the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi : Economic Sciences Series , 2007,
Abstract: The globalization process has generated an increase of the international competition, fact that influenced the strategies adopted by the firms. As a consequence, the multinational companies, looking for competitive advantages, decided to locate their production in less developed or developing countries, with low costs of labor force and raw materials. The purpose of this article is not only to analyze the impact that the relocation of production has on the macroeconomic level, but also to determine the consumers’ perceptions and their responses to the challenges generated by this process.
Considerations about the Relationship between the Work Satisfaction – Marketing Capabilities and the Performance in the Performing Services Organizations
Mihaela DIACONU
Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics and Information Technology , 2011,
Abstract: The purpose of the article is to present the relationship between working satisfaction, marketing capabilities and the performing services organisation. The article includes aspects reffering to professional satisfaction notion, motivation, motivational persistence, marketing capabilities, TQM, Competence – Based View as it results from the theoretical studies. It describes the undertaken research results in order to identify the factors that conditionate the motivation and the motivational persistence and also theaspects reffering to the relationship between human resource performane, internal customer and TQM principles. The paper is a conceptual review that highlights the latest news reffering to a new type of organisational culture in which its members perform as a result of the created conditions (the Z Theory proposed by W Ouchi in 1981). This idea of the organisation capability also results from the content of a new research that explains the fact that the organisation can perform thanks to the acquired storage in time known as marketing capabilities. The conclusion is that the value system that makes possible that each service provide to be unique and custom for obtaining profit on a long term, is mainly based on the service culture, the contact staff and customer satisfaction.
THE BRAND NAME’S ROLE IN THE PURCHASE DECISIONS AT THE BEGINNING OF THE XXIST CENTURY. EMPIRICAL EVIDENCES FROM THE NORTH-EASTERN PART OF ROMANIA
Laura Diaconu
CES Working Papers , 2012,
Abstract: Considering the great impact of consumers’ behavior on the economic activity, in the present paper we intend to identify and analyze the way in which the purchase decisions of the individuals are influenced or not by the products’ brand name, taking the particular case of the Romanian consumers’ behavior. The exploratory research was conducted using two methods. An analysis of the secondary data offered by the specialized literature was followed by a primary data collection through a structured survey, conducted on 335 people form the North-Easternpart of Romania. The results indicate that most of the respondents are mainly influenced, in their purchase decisions, by the quality of the products and price-quality ratio, the brand being situated only on the third or fourth place. However, the majority of the consumers are buying durable branded goods and, in the case of the non-durable products, they opt for both types (branded or with private label).
BUSINESS STRATEGIES OF THE MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS
Laura Diaconu
CES Working Papers , 2012,
Abstract: The international strategic management facilitates the development of the international strategies that shape a large context for reaching the main goals of a multinational company. At a conceptual level, there are many similarities between designing a strategy that could be used only in one country and drawing up a strategy for a number of markets. Yet, it has to be mentioned that the development of an international strategy involves a more complex process than in the case of a national one. All these aspects, together with the determinants of the internationalization, will be largely argued in the present paper.
Structure Functions
Cristinel Diaconu
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1142/S0217751X0904333X
Abstract: Recent progress in the understanding of the nucleon is presented. The unpolarised structure functions are obtained with unprecedented precision from the combined H1 and ZEUS data and are used to extract proton parton distribution functions via NLO QCD fits. The obtained parametrisation displays an improved precision, in particular at low Bjorken x, and leads to precise predictions of cross sections for LHC phenomena. Recent data from proton-antiproton collisions at Tevatron indicate further precise constraints at large Bjorken x. The flavour content of the proton is further studied using final states with charm and beauty in DIS ep and pp collisions. Data from polarised DIS or proton-proton collisions are used to test the spin structure of the proton and to constrain the polarised parton distributions.
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