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ISSN (p) 1453-0503

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  1. 1. The effects of foreign capital on the economical system — 21 November 2012

    Authors:   • Researcher Terhes Tiborné, Afiliation: Centre for Regional Studies, Odessa, Ukraine
    Abstract: Foreign capital plays an important role in the importance of the economic growth. It has gained importance in the recent years because of the curios,

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  2. 2. Free trade – a priority issue of G-20 summits after the world economy went into recession — 18 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Alina-Petronela Haller
    Abstract: The world economy has been greatly affected by the current recession. All countries have suffered regardless of their level of development. Given that

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  3. 3. Pension system in Romania. Long term imbalances and inconsistent policies — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Associate Professor Razvan Papuc, Afiliation: Faculty of Bussines and Administration, University of Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract:  Public policies on retirement, both in Romania and in other EU countries, have been and still are conditioned by numerous short-term budgetary c

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