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

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No. 4 - 12, District 1,
Bucharest, Romania

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Email

manager@faa.unibuc.ro

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  1. 1. The impact of virtual world economy in real world economy — 21 November 2012

    Authors:   • Ionuţ Constantin, Afiliation: Faculty of Administration and Bussines - University of Buchares
    Abstract: Internet technology is transforming the way we define nation-states. It has created “"virtual states”" in which parallel communities

    Manager 7 - 2008 > The impact of virtual world economy in real world economy

  2. 2. Use of Cryptography in communication — 21 November 2012

    Authors:   • University Junior Assistant Ioana-Julieta Vasile, Afiliation: University of Bucharest
    Abstract: This work envisages the presentation and analysis of important cryptographic systems in the field as well as the way these systems have been a

    Manager 7 - 2008 > Use of Cryptography in communication

  3. 3. The crisis of The Risky American Mortgage Credits(Subprime Crisis) - The International Financial Crisis Initiating Factor — 18 December 2012

    Authors:   • Anne-Mary Rotariu, Afiliation: Academy of Economic Studies
    Abstract: Financial crises have begun to be a part of our daily life. The financial crisis that the whole world is dealing with presently, initiated by the USA

    Manager 9 - 2009 > The crisis of The Risky American Mortgage Credits(Subprime Crisis) - The International Financial Crisis Initiating Factor

  4. 4. Analysis of nigerian consumers’ perception of foreign made products — 04 December 2012

    Authors:   • ~Omotayo Oyeniyi, Afiliation: Department of Business Studies, Covenant University, Nigeria.
    Abstract:  This article presents the results of a survey of Nigerian consumers’ perception and attitude towards products foreign made product

    Manager 10 - 2009 > Analysis of nigerian consumers’ perception of foreign made products

  5. 5. Features and behavioral principles in the business context — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph.D.Magdalena Platis, Afiliation: Faculty of Business and Administration  • Teaching Assistant Eleonora Gabriela Baban, Afiliation: Faculty of Business and Administration
    Abstract: In the contemporary market economy constant improvement of business environment is an important element in achieving business. Digital economy affe

    Manager 12 - 2010 > Features and behavioral principles in the business context

  6. 6. The relevance of customer relationship management in the nigerian banking industry (A case study of intercontinental Bank Plc) — 06 December 2012

    Authors:   • Babatunde B. O., email: bayoogoga@yahoo.com , Afiliation: Osun State University,Okuku. Dept of Economics and Management Sciences, Osun State  • Ajayi E.O., email: ask4oluajayi@yahoo.co.uk, Afiliation: Osun State University,Okuku. Dept of Economics and Management Sciences, Osun State
    Abstract: Customers relation management (CRM) is an emerging customer innovation focused on growing customers profitably by knowing, caring and delivering va

    Manager 12 - 2010 > The relevance of customer relationship management in the nigerian banking industry (A case study of intercontinental Bank Plc)

  7. 7. LACK OF INFRASTRUCTURE AS A CHALLENGE TO THE ACTUALIZATION OF VISION 2020 IN NIGERIA — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • OLOWE, OLUSEGUN, Afiliation: BANKING AND FINANCE DEPARTMENT,Covenant University,Ota,Nigeria
    Abstract: The study highlighted the importance of required infrastructures such as energy as a panacea to the realization of the objectives and goals of Vision

    Manager 14 - 2011 > LACK OF INFRASTRUCTURE AS A CHALLENGE TO THE ACTUALIZATION OF VISION 2020 IN NIGERIA

  8. 8. Developing the Decision Making Matrix in Solid Waste Management — 20 December 2012

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Mohammad Ali Alanbari, Afiliation: University of Babylon  • Ph. D. Abdul Sahib albagdadi, Afiliation: Kufa University
    Abstract: A majority of local governments and urban institutions identified the subject of solid waste environmental problem has reached proportions requ

    Manager 15 - 2012 > Developing the Decision Making Matrix in Solid Waste Management

  9. 9. 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

  10. 10. The Management Of Structural Funds For The Energy Sector In Romania — 09 January 2017

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Luciana Stan, email: Luciana_A_stan@yahoo.com, Afiliation: The Romanian Academy, Romania
    Abstract: As tools through which the European Commission acts to eliminate economic and social disparities between regions, the structural and Cohesion Funds (

    Manager 24 - 2016 > The Management Of Structural Funds For The Energy Sector In Romania

  11. 11. The management of innovation in the context of structural funds — 30 May 2017

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Luciana Stan, email: Luciana_A_stan@yahoo.com, Afiliation: The Romanian Academy, Romania
    Abstract: As a decisive factor in the existing economic competition in a world increasingly globalized, a market accessible through digitisation and unpreced

    Manager 25 - 2017 > The management of innovation in the context of structural funds

  12. 12. Entrepreneurship: from education to innovation — 07 February 2018

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Professor Paul Marinescu, email: paulmarinescu1@gmail.com, Afiliation: Faculty of Administration and Business, University of Bucharest  • Ph. D. Professor Sorin-George Toma, email: tomagsorin62@yahoo.com, Afiliation: Faculty of Administration and Business, University of Bucharest  • Ph. D. Student Gheorghe-Florentin Miulescu, email: flo.miu17@gmail.com, Afiliation: Faculty of Administration and Business, University of Bucharest  • Ph. D. Assistant Professor Catalin Gradinaru, email: gradinarubusiness@gmail.com, Afiliation: Faculty of Administration and Business, University of Bucharest
    Abstract: There are a lot of factors, both internal and external (social, financial, technological, political, legislative, demographic) that influence the acti

    Manager 26 - 2017 > Entrepreneurship: from education to innovation

  13. 13. The view of the citizens of Bucharest over the concept of smart city — 07 February 2018

    Authors:   • Ph. D. Student Nicoleta Petrică, email: nicoleta.petrica92@yahoo.com, Afiliation: University of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania  • Ph. D. Lect. Univ. Ionuț Constantin, email: ionut.constantin@drept.unibuc.ro, Afiliation: University of Bucharest, Faculty of Business and Administration, Romania
    Abstract: The concept of smart city has become more and more important and “useful” in recent years because of the negative effects on the environme

    Manager 26 - 2017 > The view of the citizens of Bucharest over the concept of smart city