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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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Romanian immigrants and the inflows of foreign direct investment towards Romania

Reference Al-Sadig, A. (2009), ‘The effects of corruption on FDI inflows’, 2009, The Cato Journal, Vol. 29, 267. Andren, D. and Roman, M. (2016), ‘Should I stay or should I go? Romanian migrants during transition and enlargements.’ In Migration and the Great Recession: Adjustments in the Labour Market of an Enlarged European Community, edited by Kahanec, Martin, and Klaus F. Zimmermann, pp. 247-269. Berlin: Springer Verlag. Anghel, R. G., Botezat, A., Coșciug, A., Manafi, I., and Roman, M. (2016), International Migration, Return Migration, and

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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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The need for digital and soft skills in the Romanian business service industry

. Blalock, H.M. (1979), “Social Statistics”, New York: McGraw-Hill Benett, R. (2002), “Employers’ Demands for Personal Transferable Skills in Graduates: a content analysis of 1000 job advertisements and an associated empirical study”, Journal of Vocational Education and Training, Vol. 54, No. 4, pp. 457-476, doi: 10.1080/13636820200200209. Boscor, D., and Baltescu C. (2014), “Romanias Competitive Advantage on the Global Outsourcing Market”, Bulleting of the Transilvanian University of Brasov, Vol.7 (56), No. 1, pp. 149-154. Bridgstock, R. (2009), “The

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The role of Romanian social enterprises in the alleviation of poverty and social exclusion

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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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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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Corporate Governance Quality on Specific Case of Romanian Listed Companies

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The purpose of this paper is to analyse the compliance of Romanian listed companies with corporate governance codes. From 2010, the “Comply or Explain” Statement, which discloses if and how the corporate governance principles are applied, became mandatory for all companies listed on Bucharest Stock Exchange (BSE). The methodology employed is based on the analysis of the above mentioned Statements published for the period 2009-2013. Research aims to present through a longitudinal and qualitative study the evolution of the compliance with the BSE Corporate Governance Codes. Most of the observed companies made a step forward in what concerns corporate governance principles and over the study period they disclosed more information on their statements. On the other hand, we found cases where the statements made over the studied period contained inconsistencies for some principles. The implementation of corporate governance rules ensures transparent decision-making, based on clear rules and objectives, and increases shareholders’ confidence in the company.

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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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