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Romania's Competitiveness and Competitive Position in Global Context
Mihaela NECULITA,Valentin NECULITA
Annals of Dun?rea de Jos University. Fascicle I : Economics and Applied Informatics , 2012,
Abstract: Competitiveness increase has become a primordial framework of the social and economic development strategies of most world countries (mainly the most developed ones) over the last decades. The vigorous boost of the contemporary phenomenon of globalization, which has widened the global area of economies, sectors and firms confrontation, has laid an emphasis on their competitiveness importance for their favorable position in the international competition and has therefore force the status to take proper, broad and concerted measures to stimulate the determining factors of action and to take better advantage of their effects. The purpose of the paper is to determine whether an increase in competitiveness could reduce the disparities between regions. The E.U. Member States and regions need significant financial help to solve various structural problems and to achieve their potential of growth. Romania is no exception, one of the main problems being the low rate in attracting European funds.
EU Regional Policy. Realities and Perspectives on the Absorption of European Funds
Valentin NECULITA,Mihaela NECULITA
Annals of Dun?rea de Jos University. Fascicle I : Economics and Applied Informatics , 2012,
Abstract: EU expansion to 27 Member States has generate challenges in terms of its competitiveness and internal cohesion. The already existing disparities between the Member States and among their regions have deepened. These disparities are generated by the structural deficiencies in key factors of competitiveness, i.e. inadequate endowment with physical and human capital (infrastructure and workforce), insufficient capacity for innovation, business support and low level of environmental capital (natural environment and / or urban pollution). The purpose of the paper is to determine whether the cohesion policy reduced or increased the disparities between regions. Therefore in order to achieve this goal of the cohesion policy, the Member States and regions need significant financial help to solve various structural problems and achieve their potential of growth.
Realities and Perspectives on the European Regional Policy
Valentin NECULITA,Daniela Ancuta SARPE,Mihaela NECULITA
Risk in Contemporary Economy , 2011,
Abstract: EU expansion to 27 Member States has posed challenges in terms of its competitiveness and internal cohesion. The already existing disparities between the Member States and among their regions have deepened. These disparities are generated by the structural deficiencies in key factors of competitiveness, i.e. inadequate staff with physical and human capital (infrastructure and workforce), insufficient capacity for innovation, business support and low level of environmental capital (natural environment and / or urban pollution). The purpose of the cohesion policy is to reduce disparities between EU regions. Therefore in order to achieve this goal of the cohesion policy, the Member States and regions need significant financial help to solve various structural problems and achieve their potential of growth.
Competitiveness of Romanian Agriculture after EU Accession
Mihaela NECULITA,Daniela Ancuta SARPE,Valentin NECULITA,Rodica Emanuela AFANASE
Risk in Contemporary Economy , 2012,
Abstract: The purpose of the paper is to determine whether after joining European Union, Romanian agriculture became more competitiveness on Unique Market. Romania need significant financial help to solve various structural problems, one of the main problems being the low competitiveness in attracting European funds. Taking all the aspects into consideration, this paper trying to develop an objective analysis of the current state of Romanian agriculture competitiveness, by means of pertinent data and statistics. Competitiveness increase, not only in agriculture, has become a primordial framework of the economic development strategies of most world countries. Agriculture can be an important asset for Romania, in the battle to become more competitive to the European level. Romania should win the market share and increase its exports to the EU market. According to European officials, Romania should find gaps on an already competitive market or to become competitive on new markets.
American Depression Impact on Economical Relations between European Union and United States of America
Mihaela NECULITA,Daniela SARPE
Annals of Dun?rea de Jos University. Fascicle I : Economics and Applied Informatics , 2010,
Abstract: The world economic crisis is a system crisis that has deep implications on country groups. For the developed countries the crisis means the diminishing of the economic increase rhythm, reduction of new work places creation, unemployment increase,deepening of social tensions and a diminishing of the work productivity increase. Moreover there can be noticed a sustained pressure over the social assistance and protection, over the living level increase and of the antisocial phenomena increase. Onthe other hand there is a counter-pressure form these countries to maintain certain advantages they have due to the integration policies, advantages that were brought about by the international work division, by the international economic relations basedon the comparative cost theory, intensification of armament production and of technical progress of the world finances.
HOW TO IMPROVE THE SELF-EMPLOYMENT SYSTEM: SOME EUROPEAN EXPERIENCES
Daniela SARPE,Mihaela NECULITA
Annals of Dun?rea de Jos University. Fascicle I : Economics and Applied Informatics , 2005,
Abstract: The paper is based on the research results of an European project which is aimed to describe theconditions of self-employment system in four European countries: Finland, Austria, Poland andRomania. The authors opinion consider that the transfer of the entrepreneurship experience from themore advanced countries to the central and eastern European ones could be a chance to improve thecompetitiveness of the system.
Psychological Foundations of Creative Education  [PDF]
Valentin Ageyev
Creative Education (CE) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2012.31001
Abstract: The article suggests considering the translating (consuming) character of contemporary education as its problem. The consuming character of education, exactly, is asserted to be the source of all educational problems. The effort is made to differentiate between the education based on appropriation (consumption of the knowledge and social experience existing in the society) and education based on generation (creativeness, i.e. self-dependent creation of the new knowledge). It is pointed out that under conditions of appropriating (culture-consuming) education it is impossible to raise the ability to create and foresee. This problem can only be solved under conditions of creative (culture-generating) education. This article cites the results of experimental education under the conditions of creative education. The conclusion is drawn on the perspectivity of the educational creative systems elaboration.
Breeding and Genetic Assessment of Some Quantitative Traits in Crosses Forage Pea (Pisum sativum L.)  [PDF]
Valentin Kosev
Open Journal of Genetics (OJGen) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojgen.2014.41004
Abstract:

The trial was carried during 2011-2013 on the second experimental field of the Institute of forage Crops-Pleven, Bulgaria. Populations of P1, P2, F2 and F1 of the crosses Shtambovii × Pleven 10 and Rosacrono × Pleven 4 and their reciprocals were investigated. Heterosis for the investigated traits was found in the hybrids of F1 generations. The cross Rosacrono × Pleven 4 had the highest positive true heterosis for plant height (31.54%), height to first pod (15.44%) and pod length (17.11%); the cross Shtambovii × Pleven 10—for nods per plant (56.10%) and pod width (20.38%); Pleven 10

POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITS OF THE QUALITY INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT WITHIN THE ROMANIAN COMPANIES
Daniela SARPE,Mihaela NECULITA,Vasile MAZILESCU
Annals of Dun?rea de Jos University. Fascicle I : Economics and Applied Informatics , 2006,
Abstract: The authors of the paper try to identify the main approaches in the field of the Quality Integrated Management on the Romanian companies’ level, starting with the discussion about the theoretical frame of the topic. The paper speaks about the taylorist and Japanese systems as the most important backgrounds for thequality management improvement. The opportunities and the strong points are analyzed and the main hindrances are identified in order to offer a general view of the complexity of the quality system.
OIL EFFECT ON WORLD ECONOMY
Mihaela NECULITA,Daniela SARPE,Vasile MAZILESCU
Annals of Dun?rea de Jos University. Fascicle I : Economics and Applied Informatics , 2006,
Abstract: The paper presents the macroeconomic effects of the oil trade on the world economy, taking into account a number of factors that characterise it: evolution of oil price, as well as dynamics of oil exports, economic increase based on oil of the producing and consuming countries, attempts to diversify their economies inorder to get rid of the oil dependence, tendencies and length of these processes, co-operation and role of the countries that are involved in the exchange affairs that deal with this fundamental product called: “the blood of economy”.
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