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Business tourism - a sustainable form to relaunch Romanian tourism

References Aldebert, B., Dang, R. J., & Longhi, C. (2011). Innovation in the tourism industry: The case of Tourism@. Tourism management , 32 (5), 1204-1213. Becker, E. (2013), Over Booked the exploding business of travel and tourism , Editura First Simon & Schuster, New York, USA. Cristureanu, C. (1992). Economia și politica turismului internațional ”, Editura Abeona, București. Chiriac, A. (2004). Asistență turistică în organizarea de evenimente , Editura THR-CG, București, 2004 Liu, C.H., Horng, J.S., Chou, S.F., Chen, Y

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The role of classical and modern teaching methods in business education


Nowadays the training-educational process is a dynamic and complex process which uses both classical and modern teaching methods in order to obtain performance in education. Even though traditional teaching methods have a formal character interaction between teacher and students, this is face-to-face and therefore students can give an immediate feedback. From this point of view classical teaching methods are important from time to time. In Romania, in the European context the role of effective learning strategies represents the key point for the education process. The role of teachers in developing creativity to those students who want to learn in an interactive way is very important because they should imply that students directly in the training -educational process. In this context the educational process must be student centered because only in this way their critical thinking and creativity is developed. We can say that when non-formal and informal learning is combined with formal learning the scope of pedagogy is accomplish. In contemporary context education is regarded as an innovative concept which is used to produce performance at the individual level and also, at institutional level, education provides support in order to build strategies according to the challenges from the labour market. The paper is based on a qualitative research, conducted on a sample of 100 people aged between 19 and 23 years old (students at a Business School). The key question raised at this point is: What is the role of classical and modern teaching methods in training-educational process? The objectives of this study are the following: 1). highlighting the context of higher education in Romania; 2). presenting the role of university strategy in contemporary context; 3). highlighting the importance of using classical/modern teaching methods in business education; 4). presenting the role of innovation and creativity in business education; 5). presenting the analysis of qualitative research regarding the role of classical and modern teaching methods in education. Learning skills are developed both through modern teaching and learning strategies based on creativity and interactive learning methods.

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A new set of performance indicators for improving the capitalization process of Intellectual Property

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Key elements of an entrepreneurial (business) model in the biogas sector. Insights from Romania

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Factors influencing performance within startup assistance organizations

References Bliemel, M., Flores, R., De Klerk, S., Miles, M., Costas, B. and Monteiro, P., (2016). The Role and Performance of Accelerators in Australian Startup Ecosystem. Final Report for the Department of Industry, Innovation & Science , UNSW Australia. Bratianu, C. (2007). Thinking patterns and knowledge dynamics. In D. Remenyi (Ed.). Procedings of the 8 th European Conference on Knowledge Management (pp. 152-156), Consorci Escola Industrial, Barcelona, Spain, 6-7 September 2007. Chang, C., (2013). Portfolio Company Selection Criteria

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Review on the dimensions of business-university alliances

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Entrepreneurship and regional development. A bibliometric analysis

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Listen to ISO 9001:2015 for organizational competitiveness: Correlation between change management and improvement

References Boiral, O. (2012). ISO 9000 and organizational effectiveness: A systematic review. Quality Management Journal , 19 (3), 16-37. Bratianu, C. & Amza, V.D. (2009). A strategic perspective on managing innovation and change. Metalurgia International . 14(1), 68-71. Burke, W. W. (2008). Organization Change Theory and Practice. Sage. ISBN-13: 978-1412926706. Casadesús, M., Heras, I. & Ochoa, C. (2000). The benefits of the implementation of ISO 9000 normative: Empirical research in the Spanish companies. Proceedings of the Fifth

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The propensity for entrepreneurship among rural populations. A Central and Eastern European country perspective

-entrepreneurship rural communities. Challenging the discovery/creation divide. Journal of Enterprising Communities-People and Places of Global Economy, 10(4), 447-476. Goraj, S., & Gwiazdzinska-Goraj, M. (2016). Development of entrepreneurship in rural areas of North-Eastern Poland. Economic Science for Rural Development: Rural Development and Entrepreneurship Bioeconomy Home Economics, 41, 61-68. Hukampal, S.S., & Bhowmick, B. (2016). Innovation network for entrepreneurship development in rural Indian context: Exploratory factor analysis. International

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Entrepreneurship perception among vulnerable population groups in Romania

committee of Imam Khomeini in Tehran in 2014). Social Sciences, 11, 439-446. Hukampal, S., & Bhowmick, B. (2016). Innovation network for entrepreneurship development in rural Indian context: exploratory factor analysis. International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management, 13(4), 1-20. Kolawole, O.D., & Ajila, K. (2015). Driving local community transformation through participatory rural entrepreneurship development. World Journal of Entrepreneurship Management and Sustainable Development, 11(2), 131-139. McGowan, P

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