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  1. 1. The study of indicators of the economic growth at the level of romanian economy — 04 December 2012

    Authors:   • Stelian Stancu  • Maria Stanciu  • Marilena Stancu  • Gabriela Sava
    Abstract: The aim of the paper is to study the aspects of economic growth - as development support for a country, and to present the causes which generate the c

    Manager 5 - 2007 > The study of indicators of the economic growth at the level of romanian economy

  2. 2. Public action in the globalization process — 21 November 2012

    Authors:   • Ion Bucur
    Abstract: The types of public investments change from a stage to another. The state always had economical objectives, even if these were not so explicit

    Manager 6 - 2007 > Public action in the globalization process

  3. 3. The Bright New Financial System — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • Associate Professor Adela Coman, Afiliation: Faculty of Bussines and Administration  • Senior Lecturer Florina Hahn, Afiliation: The North University of Baia mare, Faculty of Science
    Abstract: By the end of 2008, Mr. Paul Volcker gave financiers a devastating critique. “For all its talented participants, for all its rich rewards”

    Manager 9 - 2009 > The Bright New Financial System

  4. 4. Measuring the Distributional Impact of Public Health Spending on Poverty in Nigeria — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • Olawale Ibrahim Olateju, Afiliation: Department of Business Administration and Management technology, Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos  • Oludare Tolulope Adeyemi, Afiliation: Department General Studies - Economics Unit - Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu, Lagos  • Mustapha Abiodun Okunnu, Afiliation: Department General Studies - Economics Unit - Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu, Lagos
    Abstract: Most African health systems are replicas of what was inherited from the colonial era and are therefore unevenly weighted toward privileged elites and

    Manager 9 - 2009 > Measuring the Distributional Impact of Public Health Spending on Poverty in Nigeria

  5. 5. Pension risk management in a developing economy:lessons from the nigerian capital market — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • Onafalujo , Afiliation: Department of Accounting and Finance, Faculty of Management Sciences, Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria   • Akin K., Afiliation: Department of Accounting and Finance, Faculty of Management Sciences, Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria   • Eke, Afiliation: Department of Accounting and Finance, Faculty of Management Sciences, Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria   • Patrick O., Afiliation: Department of Accounting and Finance, Faculty of Management Sciences, Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria
    Abstract: The killer risk in any pension scheme is the failure of pension asset sufficiency to meet the promised benefits to retirees. A Pension Risk Managem

    Manager 12 - 2010 > Pension risk management in a developing economy:lessons from the nigerian capital market

  6. 6. Pension funds investments in hedge funds-a necessary regulation — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • Daniela Gaftoniuc
    Abstract: When it comes to investment strategies, generally, pension funds have proved to be conservative investors with a long term approach on investments

    Manager 12 - 2010 > Pension funds investments in hedge funds-a necessary regulation

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  8. 7. The dynamics in the international commercial changes in globalization terms-Comparison situation

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Ion Gr. Ionescu
    Abstract:              The bigest weight of commercial changing of the country analysis have the man

    Manager 11 - 2010 > The dynamics in the international commercial changes in globalization terms-Comparison situation

  9. 8. Critical Success for Kelantinies Constraction Operate Outside Kelantan State in Malaysia — 19 December 2012

    Authors:   • Abdelnaser Omran, Afiliation: School of Housing, Building and Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia  • Abdul Hamid Kadir Pakir,, Afiliation: School of Housing, Building and Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia  • Ahmed Termizi, Afiliation: School of Housing, Building and Planning, Universiti Sains Malaysia  • Hazlina Abdul Hamid , Afiliation: School of Management, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Selangor, Malaysia
    Abstract: The Malaysia construction industry has been experiencing boom and bust conditions in the past few decades. For example, the construction industry suff

    Manager 13 - 2011 > Critical Success for Kelantinies Constraction Operate Outside Kelantan State in Malaysia

  10. 9. HUMAN CAPITAL INVESTMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA: THE ROLE OF EDUCATION AND HEALTH — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • MATTHEW, A. OLUWATOYIN, Afiliation: Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria
    Abstract: This study looked at Human Capital Investment and Economic Growth in Nigeria – the Role of Education. Even though there are different perspectiv

    Manager 14 - 2011 > HUMAN CAPITAL INVESTMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA: THE ROLE OF EDUCATION AND HEALTH

  11. 10. ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN TIMES OF ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRISES, METHODS OF ADAPTATION AND SURVIVAL. — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • Radu Oprea, Afiliation: Lower Danube University, Galati,Romania  • Ancuta Daniela Sarpe, Afiliation: Lower Danube University,Galati,Romania  • Cristi Dumitru, Afiliation: Lower Danube University,Galati,Romania
    Abstract: This paper shows the main results of a research activity conducted in the South – East region of Romania during November 2009, over 117 small an

    Manager 14 - 2011 > ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN TIMES OF ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRISES, METHODS OF ADAPTATION AND SURVIVAL.

  12. 11. THE IMPACT OF LIBERALIZED FINANCIAL SYSTEM ON SAVINGS, INVESTMENT AND GROWTH IN NIGERIA — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • MATTHEW, A. Oluwatoyin, Afiliation: College of Development Studies, Covenant University, Ota  • OLOWE, Olusegun, Afiliation: College of Development Studies,Covenant University, Ota.
    Abstract: For the past twenty years, an enhanced financial sectoral deregulation has been a major economic tool in the agenda of most less developed economies a

    Manager 14 - 2011 > THE IMPACT OF LIBERALIZED FINANCIAL SYSTEM ON SAVINGS, INVESTMENT AND GROWTH IN NIGERIA

  13. 12. Nigerian stock exchange and economic development — 19 December 2012

    Authors:   • Olowe,Olusegun, Afiliation: Departament Of Banking & Finance Covenant University  • Matthew,Oluwatoyin, Afiliation: Departament Of Economics & Development Studies Covenant University,Ota,Nigeria  • Fasina,Fagbeminiyi, Afiliation: Departement Of Economics & Development Studies Covenant University,Ota,Nigeria
    Abstract: The need to critically analyze the efficiency of capital market on the Nigerian economy forthe period between 1979 and 2008 as a reference point for d

    Manager 14 - 2011 > Nigerian stock exchange and economic development

  14. 13. Human capital invesment and economic growth in Nigeria: The role of education and health — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Matthew A. Oluwatoyin, Afiliation: Department of Economics & Development Studies, College of Development Studies, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria
    Abstract: This study looked at Human Capital Investment and Economic Growth in Nigeria – the Role of Education. Even though there are different per

    Manager 15 - 2012 > Human capital invesment and economic growth in Nigeria: The role of education and health

  15. 14. IMPACT OF GLOBAL ADOPTION OF IFRS ON NIGERIAN STOCK MARKET EFFECTIVENESS — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • Dick Oluku Mukoro, Afiliation: Account Departament, Covenant University, Cannanland, Ota, Nigeria
    Abstract: International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) is a statement of intent to globalize financial standards so as to enable investors move capital and

    Manager 15 - 2012 > IMPACT OF GLOBAL ADOPTION OF IFRS ON NIGERIAN STOCK MARKET EFFECTIVENESS

  16. 15. HUMAN CAPITAL INVESTMENT — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Student Ioana - Julieta Josan, Afiliation: University of Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Once with the development of the human capital theory, the education received an economic value. Leading theorists and specialists in the field have s

    Manager 15 - 2012 > HUMAN CAPITAL INVESTMENT

  17. 16. Enron and the domino effect — 19 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph.D.Professor Paul Marinescu, Afiliation: Faculty of Bussines and Administration, University of Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: This paper aims to present the effects of Enron's 2001 collapse has had on the business environment looked upon systemically, analyzing the interd

    Manager 15 - 2012 > Enron and the domino effect

  18. 17. Real estate capitalization of Public Administration Institutions - a chance to stimulate investment and increase economic competitiveness — 14 February 2013

    Authors:   • Ph.D Student Ionuţ Constantin, Afiliation: Faculty of Business and Administration, University of Bucharest
    Abstract: The divide in the development of the different European space regions, is exemplified by the different ability to attract investments between rural an

    Manager 16 - 2012 > Real estate capitalization of Public Administration Institutions - a chance to stimulate investment and increase economic competitiveness

  19. 18. A SWOT Analysis for Organizing a Summer School: Case Study for Advanced Summer School in Analyzing Market Data 2013 — 26 August 2013

    Authors:   • Radu Herman, email: raduhermann@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Faculty of Administration and Business, University of Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The economics scholars agree that investment in education is a competitive advantage. After participating and graduating the “Advanced Summe

    Manager 17 - 2013 > A SWOT Analysis for Organizing a Summer School: Case Study for Advanced Summer School in Analyzing Market Data 2013

  20. 19. The Importance of Education in Economic Growth — 09 April 2014

    Authors:   • Selami Ahmet Salgür, email: ahmet.salgur@lumina.org, Afiliation: South-East Europe - Lumina University, Bucharest)
    Abstract: The main purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship between education and the economic growth of a country. Education is one of the most

    Manager 18 - 2013 > The Importance of Education in Economic Growth

  21. 20. The human capital in the knowledge society. Theoretical and empirical approach — 23 January 2015

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Elena Pelinescu, email: elena_pelinescu@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Institute for Economic Forecasting of the Romanian Academy, 13, Calea 13 Septembrie, District 5, Bucharest, Romania  • Ph. D. Student Elisei Craciun, email: elisei.craciun@glit.ro, eliseicraciun@yahoo.com, Afiliation: SCOSAR, Romanian Academy, Calea 13 Septembrie, District 5, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: We live today in a changing society based on the globalization and better valorisation of the human capital. The human capital is the central driver f

    Manager 20 - 2014 > The human capital in the knowledge society. Theoretical and empirical approach

  22. 21. Using wind and solar renewable energy by enterprises and consumers in terms of the energy management — 23 January 2015

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Associate Professor Cornelia Nistor, email: cornelia_faa_ub@yahoo.com, Afiliation: University of Bucharest, Faculty of Administration and Business, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: More and more leaders realize that the wider use of renewable energy brings many benefits on long-term, both for the enterprises and for the whole soc

    Manager 20 - 2014 > Using wind and solar renewable energy by enterprises and consumers in terms of the energy management

  23. 22. How To Build a Leader? — 07 June 2015

    Authors:   • Adrian Majuru, email: adimajuru@gmail.com, Afiliation: University of Bucharest, Faculty of Business and Administration, Romania  • Ana Maria Grigore, email: ana.grigore@faa.unibuc.ro, Afiliation: University of Bucharest, Faculty of Business and Administration, Romania
    Abstract: Romania lacks a ”map of the future”. This chart of the future depends just on the human factor. More specifically, on the continuous inves

    Manager 21 - 2015 > How To Build a Leader?

  24. 23. The virtuous circle and the vicious circle in managerial training investment — 03 June 2015

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Student Cristina Călugăru, email: christichirita@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: In parallel with the consolidation of the view that there is a real need to train and improve enterprises’ managerial staff – also in para

    Manager 21 - 2015 > The virtuous circle and the vicious circle in managerial training investment

  25. 24. The difference between lending interest rate and funds interest rate. Link with sustainable banking. Particularities of Romanian Market — 03 June 2015

    Authors:   • Ph.D. Cristian Gheorghe Iacob, email: cristiang.iacob@gmail.com, Afiliation: Romanian Academy, National Institute for Economic Research “Costin C. Kiriţescu”, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The article, is trying to capture the way difference between active and passive interest rates influence macroeconomic sustainable development in a co

    Manager 21 - 2015 > The difference between lending interest rate and funds interest rate. Link with sustainable banking. Particularities of Romanian Market

  26. 25. Improving education due to the need to adapt it to the requirements of the economic development and of the labor market - issues of past history and contemporary features — 14 January 2016

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Associate Professor Cornelia Nistor, email: cornelia.nistor@faa.unibuc.ro, Afiliation: University of Bucharest, Faculty of Administration and Business, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract:  Improving education has been and continues to be a necessary condition in any society. Education contributes to increase the level of civiliz

    Manager 22 - 2015 > Improving education due to the need to adapt it to the requirements of the economic development and of the labor market - issues of past history and contemporary features

  27. 26. The Leadership Styles and the Financial Problems in Romanian’s Companies — 14 January 2016

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Teaching Assistant Valentin Mihai Leoveanu, email: valentin.leoveanu@faa.unibuc.ro, Afiliation: Faculty of Administration and Business, University of Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract:  New business models no longer rely on expectations of increased consumption, but rewarding the saving of resources and penalizing the waste o

    Manager 22 - 2015 > The Leadership Styles and the Financial Problems in Romanian’s Companies

  28. 27. The Intellectual Capital And The New Career Management In Public Institutions From Defence Field — 26 January 2016

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Student Daniel Gogoescu, Afiliation: University of Craiova, Romania
    Abstract:  In public institution the development of the concept of intellectual capital (understand simultaneously as human, structural and relational c

    Manager 22 - 2015 > The Intellectual Capital And The New Career Management In Public Institutions From Defence Field

  29. 28. The Human Capital In The Context Of The Reconfiguration Of The Power Poles. Case Study: China And Japan — 22 January 2016

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Ioana Julieta Josan, email: ioanajulieta@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Faculty of Administration and Business, University of Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract:  In the last decades, once with structural changes in production, organizations, technology and social environment a radical change in the eco

    Manager 22 - 2015 > The Human Capital In The Context Of The Reconfiguration Of The Power Poles. Case Study: China And Japan

  30. 29. Human Capital And Its Influence On The Organizational Competitiveness — 03 May 2016

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Ioana - Julieta Josan, email: ioanajulieta@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Faculty of Administration and Business, University of Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The knowledge economy model is marked by investment in research, development, innovation and human capital which is the key drivers of modern economy

    Manager 23 - 2016 > Human Capital And Its Influence On The Organizational Competitiveness

  31. 30. Strategic Considerations For Foreign Direct Investments Penetrating A Foreign Market — 09 January 2017

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Anca-Ioana Butunoi, email: anca.butunoi@yahoo.com, Afiliation: The Romanian Academy, Romania
    Abstract: The globalization of the world economy has created great opportunities for countries, one of them being that of attracting foreign investments. They

    Manager 24 - 2016 > Strategic Considerations For Foreign Direct Investments Penetrating A Foreign Market

  32. 31. The benefits of personal investment in education from the perspective of Academic Marketing — 09 January 2017

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Lecturer Emanuela Maria Avram, email: emanuela.avram@faa.unibuc.ro, Afiliation: Faculty of Business and Administration , University of Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: Individuals acquire abilities and knowledge thanks to the education system and these are further used on the labour market, but the main purpose of e

    Manager 24 - 2016 > The benefits of personal investment in education from the perspective of Academic Marketing

  33. 32. Impact Mechanisms Of True Leadership On Economic Welfare — 09 January 2017

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Associate Professor Oana Simona Hudea, email: simona_hudea@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Faculty of Administration and Business, University of Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: This paper has as main purpose to reveal, via a series of examples taken from real life, the dependence of economic welfare on good leadership, irres

    Manager 24 - 2016 > Impact Mechanisms Of True Leadership On Economic Welfare

  34. 33. Forecasting of Financial Markets and Monetary, Fiscal, Financial, Economic and Political Freedom Features in Nowadays Society – A Case Study on Romania’s Situation — 31 May 2017

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Associate Professor Habil. Cristina Raluca Gh. Popescu, email: popescu_cr@yahoo.com, Afiliation: University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania; The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania; PhD. Supervisor at the Economic I Doctoral School at The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania  • Ph. D. Associate Professor Veronica Adriana A. V. Popescu, email: popescu_va@yahoo.com, Afiliation: The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania; Commercial Academy of Satu-Mare, Satu-Mare, Romania  • Ph. D. Professor Gheorghe N. Popescu, email: popescu_gh_cafr@yahoo.com, Afiliation: The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania; PhD. Supervisor at the Accounting Doctoral School at The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania
    Abstract: The paper entitled “Forecasting of Financial Markets and Monetary, Fiscal, Financial, Economic and Political Freedom Features in Nowadays Societ

    Manager 25 - 2017 > Forecasting of Financial Markets and Monetary, Fiscal, Financial, Economic and Political Freedom Features in Nowadays Society – A Case Study on Romania’s Situation

  35. 34. An Analysis Of The Workforce Training And Improvement System In Order To Efficiently Absorb Foreign Direct Investment — 17 January 2018

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Anca-Ioana Butunoi, email: anca.butunoi@yahoo.com, Afiliation: The Romanian Academy, Romania
    Abstract: For any country, a productive workforce is an important factor of economic growth, and Foreign Direct Investment increase the influence of this factor

    Manager 26 - 2017 > An Analysis Of The Workforce Training And Improvement System In Order To Efficiently Absorb Foreign Direct Investment