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Employability skills for the Romanian outsourcing industry

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The potential of intermodal transport projects in Romania

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Kaizen Award in Romania: the KAIZEN™ way in obtaining the continuous improvement success

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Romania and its poverty-alleviating competitiveness: a Central and Eastern European outlook

(1), 103-109. Câmpeanu, V. (2016). Romania’s social progress in European and Global context. Knowledge Horizons – Economics , 8(1), 9-13. Cernescu, L.- M., Bitea (Ciobanu), C. & Dungan, L.I. (2018). The analysis of the Romanian global competitiveness international ranking. The impact of the IEC Program. Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences , 238, 517-526. Cioban, G.-L. (2014). Competitiveness – Key Issues Of the Romanian Economy. Management Strategies Journal , 26(4), 120-127. Dima, A.M., Begu, L., Vasilescu, M.D. & Maassen, M.A. (2018

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Senior entrepreneurship – key facts at regional level in Romania

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Energy poverty in Romania –drivers, effects and possible measures to reduce its effects and number of people affected

Committee of the Regions: Energy prices and costs in Europe . COM/2016/0769. Leca, A. (2015). Romania needs a strategy for thermal energy. Management and Marketing , 10(1), 3-11. Ministerul Energiei (2016). Strategia energetica a Romaniei 22.01.2017, 18-30. Pye, S., Dobbins, A., Baffert, C., Brajković, J., Grgurev, I., Miglio, R., & Deane, P (2015). Energy poverty and vulnerable consumers in the energy sector across the EU: analysis

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The internalization context of private health service providers in Europe: Romanian market case study

References Crespy, A., & Menz, G. (2015). Commission Entrepreneurship and the Debasing of Social Europe before and after the Eurocrisis. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, 53(4), 753-768. Goschin, Z., Constantin, D. L., Roman, M., & Ileanu, B. V. (2009). Specialisation and concentration patterns in the Romanian economy. Journal of applied quantitative methods, 4(1), 95-111. Hermann, C., & Flecker, J. (Eds.). (2013). Privatization of public services: impacts for employment, working conditions, and service

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Civic Engagement Index (CEI) - the case of liberal arts universities from Romania

: Priorities of the Professoriate, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, Princeton, NJ. Bratianu, C., & Stanciu, S. (2010). An overview of present research related to entrepreneurial university. Management & Marketing, 5(2), 117-134. Cantaragiu, R., Paunescu, C., & Hadad, S. (2014). The social impact of university entrepreneurship in Romania: Is the institutional discourse replicated or adapted?. Management & Marketing, 9(4), 403-422. Crews, R. J. (2002). Higher education service-learning sourcebook. Greenwood

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Sustainable Entrepreneurship in the Romanian Sports Industry


Sustainable entrepreneurship is a new business driven concept with the aim to increase both social and business value. The three pillars of sustainable entrepreneurship are people, profit and planet. The question that comes frequently in discussion is how businesses can mix these three and bring human beings in a balance with the nature by keeping the profit goal. Sports industry registered a huge increase in the last twenty years, including Romania, especially on the side of amateur sports people, usually employees who are seeing sports activity as a way of reaching the life-work balance and a way of destressing after a hard working day. Sports entrepreneurs observed very quickly the opportunity of this form of spending free time, especially through activities done outside in the nature and started to organize diverse events like mountain marathons, cross biking, duathlons etc. The novelty comes from the fact that many events, especially in Romania, have the component of “planet”. People are participating because e.g. part of the fee is financing ecological or social projects in different regions of the country. The aim of this paper is to analyze the concept of sustainable entrepreneurship in relation with different sports events and answer to some questions. How many organizers take into account the social part of the events? Are they more interested in ecological, social or other type of value? Participants decide where to go based on the social or ecological causes financed? Based on different research methods the author is outlining the typology of sports events at the amateur level in Romania and the interest of combining the profit with the social value goal. The results of the study might be of interest for several groups of stakeholders (public authorities, NGOs, companies, managers etc.) when developing public policies, proposing life-work balance programs and other measures aimed at stimulating sustainable entrepreneurship.

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Crackdown on tax evasion – improving ways of coordination between the tax authorities and automatic exchange of information developments in Romania

2014 amending Directive 2011/16/EU as regards mandatory automatic exchange of information in the field of taxation. Government of Romania (2015). Law no. 207/2015 regarding the Fiscal Procedural Code. Official Gazette no. 547 of 23 July 2015 . Government of Romania (2015). Law no. 233/2015 regarding the promulgation of the Agreement between Romania and the United States of America for the enhancement of voluntary tax compliance and for implementing FATCA, signed in Bucharest at 28 May 2015. Official Gazette no. 808 of 30 October 2015 . G20 (2009

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