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The energy union - Perspectives for consolidating the European Union through a common energy market

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Usage of ICT in EU Culture Sector as a Tool of Cultural Participation

- Culture final report. Luxembourg: Eurostat. Available from www: < http://ec.europa.eu/assets/eac/culture/library/reports/ess-net-report_en.pdf >. Consulted: 1.3.2017 European Commission (2012). Statistical, ecosystems and competitiveness analysis of the media and content industries: The publishing industry. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. Available from www: < http://ipts.jrc.ec.europa.eu/publications/pub.cfm?id=5380 >. Consulted: 21.5.2017 European Commission (2013) Cultural access and participation. Available from www: < http

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The geographic distribution of Knowledge Economy (KE) within the European Union (EU)

: Routledge. Dima, A.M., Begu, L., Vasilescu, M.D., & Maassen, M.A. (2018). “The Relationship between the Knowledge Economy and Global Competitiveness in the European Union”. Sustainability, Vol. 10, No. 6, pp. 1706, 1-15. Drucker, P. (1969). The age of discontinuity. Elsevier. Drucker, P. (2017). The age of discontinuity: Guidelines to our changing society. Routledge. Dzhukha, M.V., Kokin, N.A., Li, S.A., & Sinyuk, Y.T. (2017). “Research and Development Intensity in Business: Russia and EU”. European Research Studies Journal, Vol., 20, No. 1, pp. 64

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The Common Energy Market of the European Union–Challenges and Perspectives

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The European Commission has the initiative to foster the sector of renewable energy and to build an Energy Union, with a common energy market at the level of the European Union, but is this only a utopic vision or is this possible to achieve? The topic of clean energy is very new and of great interest for the European Union, which is shown by the fact that the European Commission recently adopted on the 30th November 2016 the package “Clean Energy for All Europeans”, which contains proposals for the modernization of the energy market at the level of the European Union. But which are the challenges such a project is confronted with? According to the literature, such challenges are related to the process of liberalization of electricity markets. Conflicts between national interest and international actors of the energy market might occur. Due to the oligopolistic structure of the energy market, there are several barriers to the market entry. In order to answer to the research questions, case studies regarding the liberalization of the energy market will be analyzed in a comparative manner, offering an international overview. Furthermore, the legal provisions on which the common energy policy of the European Union relies, will be analyzed, as well as their economic and social impact. The package “Clean Energy for All Europeans” comprises a proposal of the revised Renewable energy Directive, energy efficiency measures and issues related to the Energy Union Governance. It contains as well proposals for the electricity market design, which will be analyzed and the present paper outlines the contribution of this proposal in building a common energy market of the European Union. What role does competition play in implementing the common energy market of the European Union? Which role do competition authorities have in this context? These are interesting aspects to be analyzed in the present paper.

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Implementation of the Smart City Concept in the EU: Importance of Cluster Initiatives and Best Practice Cases

Commission. (2010). EUROPE 2020: A European strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. Communication from The Commission, available at: http://ec.europa.eu/eu2020/pdf/COMPLET%20EN%20BARROSO%20%20%20007%20-%20Europe%202020%20-%20EN%20version.pdf. European Commission. (2015). Perspectives for Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation (RIS3) in the wider context of the Europe 2020 Growth Strategy. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2015. ISBN 978-92-79-49245-7 doi: 10.2777/872170. European

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Possibility of Company Goodwill Valuation: Verification in Slovak and Czech Republic

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Strategies for developing knowledge economy in Romania

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Factors of impact on the evolution of electricity markets from renewable energy sources: a comparison between Romania and Germany

. Challenges for the Knowledge Society, Vol. 8, Special Issue, pp. 255-267. Official Journal of the European Union, (2004), Support for electricity from renewable energy sources, available online at: eur-lex.europa.eu/legalcontent/ EN/TXT/?qid=1410539736452&uri=URISERV:l24452 (accessed May 4, 2014). Pacesila, M. (2013), “Analysis of the Balkan countries policy on renewable energy sources: the case of Bulgaria, Romania and Greece”, Management Research and Practice, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 49-66. Ragwitz, M., Steinhilber, S

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Sustainable business models for wind and solar energy in Romania

), “Conceptualizing a Sustainability Business Model”, Organization & Environment, Vol. 21, No. 2, pp. 103-127. Tanţău, A.D., Regneală, H. and Coraş, E. (2013), ”Managing risks in solar energy business” in: Proceedings of the 6th Edition of the International Conference on Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in a Globalised World, Babeş- Bolyai University, Romania, 25-28 September 2013. Tanţău, A.D. (2014), “Strategic Issues in Managing Photovoltaic Business in the Context of the European Union. Case study-Romania”, International Journal of Economic

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Competitiveness and sustainable development in public services

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The last years were of profound transformation in public services that knows more or less the challenge from the private sector. A second dimension of competitiveness for the public services staring from 2007 was the free access of the citizens to at least education and health services in European Union. The paper aims to show the evolution of the cohabitation of the public and private sectors on the services of public interest, their development and evolution in different regions. Identifying and highlighting the key issues in competitiveness and quality of the services provided, will give us the main lines for the further development and public policies that should be considered. Considering the cohesion policy of European Union, an analysis of the public and private sectors in public services in Romanian counties could drive us to a conclusion about the affordability and the quality of the services. Using the statistics it can be show the regional distribution of the service providers especially for education, health, water supply and other services. The integrated analysis we offer a global picture of the regional potential and development. Based on the findings the public decision makers could better set up the sectorial public policies and the public spending. Never the less, the European support could be also directed to increase the quality and efficiency of the public services.

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