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ISSN (e) 2286-170X
ISSN (p) 1453-0503

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  1. 1. Peculiarities of a communication strategy in the public sector — 14 February 2013

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Professor Corina Rădulescu, Afiliation: Faculty of Business and Administration, University of Bucharest
    Abstract: Public communication through all its registers – information, formation, service advertisement, campaigns – has an impact on citizens want

    Manager 16 - 2012 > Peculiarities of a communication strategy in the public sector

  2. 2. Confronting the Consequences of a Permanent Changing Environment — 26 August 2013

    Authors:   • Raluca Ioana Vosloban, email: raluca_ioanad5@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Marketing, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania  • Monica Vrabiuta, email: monica.vrabiuta@gmail.com, Afiliation: Marketing, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania  • Roxana Elena Aldea, email: aldea.roxana@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Marketing, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Businesses and governments choose how they wish to deal with change. Whether this change is organizational, technological, political, financial et

    Manager 17 - 2013 > Confronting the Consequences of a Permanent Changing Environment

  3. 3. Risk taking and income inequality — 23 January 2015

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Candidate Ionuţ Constantin, Afiliation: Faculty of Administration and Business, University of Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Individuals in a society often have different degrees of aversion about risk. When individuals with equal skills take risky activities with a high pot

    Manager 20 - 2014 > Risk taking and income inequality