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Aspects of Innovation and Technology Transfer in Romania

References Agenția de Dezvoltare Regională ADR Centru, 2016, Examinarea cererii de servicii de cercetare, dezvoltare, inovare si transfer tehnologic in randul IMM din Regiunea Centru, disponibil pe http://regio-adrcentru.ro/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Analiza-nevoii-de-inovare-in-cadrul-IMM-urilor.pdf , accessed Nov.17, 2018. Asandului, L., Baciu, L., 2010, A Comparative Analysis of Research- Development and Innovation Activities in Romania, disponibil pe https://www.researchgate.net/publication/47739199_A_COMPARATIVE_ANALYSIS_OF_RESEARCH_-_DEVELOPMENT_AND_INNOVATION_ACTIVITIES_IN_ROMANIA

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Regional Specialisation and Economic Concentration in Romania

References 1. Andrei, T., Vlad, L.B., Nedelcu, M. (2008). Tendency in Regional Industry and Specialisation in Romania during the Transition Period. Theoretical and Applied Economics, Vol.3, pp. 3-12. 2. Andrei T., Mitruț, C. Constantin, D.L. (2009). Regional Specialisation and Industrial Concentration in Romania's Transition Period from an Election Cycle Perspective, Environment and Planning C Government and Policy, Vol. 27, No.4, pp.713-731. 3. Aiginger, K. (1999). Do industrial structures converge? A survey of

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The Analysis of the Emergence and Development of Female Entrepreneurship in Romania

References 1. Ascher, J. (2012) - Female Entrepreneurship - An Appropriate Response to Gender Discrimination, Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation (JEMI), Volume 8, Issue 4, pp. 97-114 2. Baluta, I., Cirstocea, I. (2003) - Directii si teme de cercetare in studiile de gen din Romania, Ecole Doctorale en Sciences Sociales. Europe Centrale si Colegiul Noua Europa, Bucuresti 3. Driga, O., Gonzalez, E. M. L. (2007) - Antreprenoriatul feminin in Romania: Caracteristici personale si efectul

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Aspects of the Evolution of the Romanian Tourists’ Preferences Concerning the Domestic Tourist Destinations

References Andrei, D. R., Gogonea, R-M., Zaharia, M., Andrei, J-V., (2014), Is Romanian Rural Tourism Sustainable? Revealing Particularities , Sustainability, 6, issue 12, p. 1-13. Bernal García, J. J., Martínez M-D., Soledad M., Sánchez García, J. F., (2006), Study of the potentiality of the electronic commerce in the Region of Murcia by means of a model of logistic regression . Estudios de Economía Aplicada, 24, issue, p. 499-529. Brindescu-Olariu, D.,, Golet,I. (2013), Prediction of Corporate Bankruptcy in Romania Through the use of

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Risk Management in Future Romanian E-Government 2.0 Projects

.), Case Studies in e-Government 2.0 - Changing Citizen Relationships (pp. 1-14), Online: Springer International Publishing Switzerland, ISBN 978-3-319-08081-9 (eBook). 4. Colesca, S.E. (2009). Increasing E-Trust: A Solution to Minimize Risk in EGovernment Adoption, Journal of Applied Quantitative Methods, 4(1), 31-44. 5. Didraga, O., & Brandas, C. (2014). Study on the E-Government State of Play in Romania, Proceedings of the Multidisciplinary Academic Conference on Economics, Management and Marketing (MAC-EMM 2014), December 5-6, 2014

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Increasing Awareness about Contagious Diseases through Information Campaigns in Romania

Bibliography APC (2016), “Argumente juridice şi morale împotriva vaccinării obligatorii exprimate şi susţinute de către reprezentanţii societăţii civile independente”, APC Romania, 13 aprilie, http://www.apc-romania.ro/ro/i-argumente-juridice-si-morale-impotriva-vaccinarii-obligatorii-exprimate-si-sustinute-de-catre-reprezentantii-societatii-civile-independente/MzYwLTA.html , 4.3.2018. INSP (2017), “Analiza evoluției bolilor transmisibile aflate în supraveghere”, Annual report 2016, Institutul Național de Sănătate Publică, Centrul Național de

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Trends Regarding the Evolution of the Romanian Pension System

6. References 1. Arza, C., (2015), Discussion Paper The Gender Dimensions Of Pension Systems: Policies and constraints for the protection of older women, UN Women flagship report Progress of the World's Women. 2. Beju, D., (2007), Coordonate ale reformei sistemului de pensii. Cazul României, Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences, no.20, pp. 16-32. 3. Croitoru, E., (2015), Pension system reform in Romania: a dynamic analysis of the demographic influence, 7th International Conference on Globalization and Higher Education in Economics and

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What Drives Private Equity Investments in Romania?

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This paper aims at presenting the determinants of private equity investments in Romania over the period 2000 - 2013. Additionally, this paper presents the main highlights in terms of evolution, source of funding and activities in which the private equity funds invested during the crisis. Starting from the existing literature, this paper extends the analysis of private equity drivers to Romanian market by including variables such as: economic growth, market capitalization, interest rate, unemployment rate and public R&D expenditure which were already tested in previous papers. In addition, this paper introduces new variables such us productivity and corruption index which we consider important factors in explaining the evolution of private equity investments in Romania.

The results of our empirical model confirmed existing hypothesis regarding the importance of some determinants such as: unemployment rate, economic growth, market capitalization and corruption. Based on our empirical results, we have pointed several strategic directions that are meant to support the development of the private equity market in Romania. Keywords: private equity; economic growth; market capitalization; unemployment rate; corruption; private equity determinants; Romania.

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The Unemployment of Highly Educated People in Romania. A Panel VAR Approach

References 1. Anderson, C.A., & Bowman, M.J., (Eds.), (1966), Education and economic development, Aldine Pub. Co. 2. Anderson, C.A., & Bowman, M.J., (1963), Concerning the Role of Education in Development, London, Collier Macmillan. 3. Bălan, M., (2014), Youth labour market evolutions at regional level in Romania, Internal Auditing & Risk Management, 2(34), pp. 29-37. 4. Bălan, M., Uzlău, C., & Ene, C.M., (2013), Transition from Educational System to Labour Market in Romania, Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 92, pp. 314

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Dashboard – Control and Pilot Instrument in the Romanian Patrimonial Entities

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Assess the performance of a patrimonial entity, its financial position and its change, the degree of risk in an economic and financial environment - socially dynamic, requires information far beyond the scope of financial-accounting information. Therefore, it is necessary to complete the financial data provided by the financial statements with the information on the technical and human potential (equipment quality, modernization, qualification of employees, level of labor productivity, etc.), commercial potential (quality of products / services and distribution network, price level, etc.), the intensity of competition, the position of the entity on the market, the image of the entity and its products / services, etc. All this information can be synthesized on responsibility boards (technical and production, human resources, trade-supply / sales / marketing, etc.) in a dashboard, which is a synoptic, legible and interpretable instrument, carried out with a certain frequency, which highlights the significant deviations between the results achieved and the fixed objectives, in order to ensure the necessary corrections for the good performance of the activity. This communication aims to highlight the results of the research on the importance of the dashboard as a control and pilotage tool for Romanian patrimonial entities.

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