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Fiscality - A Relevant Factor Influencing Regional Development in Romania and the European Union

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Supporting Ecological Innovation as a Factor for Economic Development

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The Economic Competitiveness and Inclusive Development Nexus: Empirical Evidence from 101 Economies

References 1. Addison, T., Nino-Zarazua, M. (2012). What is inclusive growth? Nordic-Baltic MDB meeting. UNU WIDER, Helsinki. 2. Ali, I. & Son, H. (2007). Defining and measuring inclusive growth: application to the Philippines. ERD Working Paper Series no. 98. Asian Development Bank. 3. Ayinde, T.O., Yinusa O.G. (2016). Financial development and inclusive growth in Nigeria: a threshold analysis. Acta Universitatis Danubius, 12(5), 166-189. 4. Berg, A.& Ostry, A.(2011). Inequality and

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Direction of Causality Between Financial Development and Economic Growth. Evidence for Developing Countries

References 1. Acaravci, A., Ozturk, I., Acaravci, S.K. (2007) Finance - Growth Nexus: Evidence from Turkey, Working Paper Series, April 30. 2. Ardic, O.P., Damar, H. E. (2006) Financial Sector Deepening and Economic Growth: Evidence From Turkey,Working Papers 2006/19, Bogazici University, Department of Economics. 3. Arestis P, Panicos O. D., Kul, B. L. (2001) Financial Development and Economic Growth: The Role of Stock Markets, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 33(1), 16-41. 4. Atje, R

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Human Capital Quality and Development: An Employers' and Employees' Comparative Insight

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The Bioeconomy Model in Future Sustainable Development


The future of sustainable development is the bioeconomy with the ―global‖ solution; both global and local action for developed the renewable energy generation. When local solutions are implemented is being laid for global solutions are positive affect the national economy. The implementation of the bioeconomy strategy used by society to prevent urgent problems, such as increasing competition for natural resources, climate change, rural sustainable development. The bioeconomy is a new economic and social order and promotes systemic change from using non-renewable resources to renewables. Bioeconomy reveals that production, which involves the transformation of a limited stock of matter and energy, but respecting the same laws that govern entropy closed systems, the entropy or unavailable matter and energy in the forms tend to increase continuously. Economic growth not only increases the apparent output per unit of inputs, which is performed using finite stock of matter and energy in the world. The current economy is based on fossil fuels and other material inputs suffering entropic degradation, both in the raw material extraction and pollution. The production, even if technical progress leads to lower overall yields. The idea of a steady state as the final economic growth that perpetuated indefinitely pendulum model is an impossibility

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Youth Labour Market in Romania’s Development Regions in the Framework of Sustainable Development and of a Knowledge-based Economy

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The Dynamics of Savings Mobilisation in Lesotho

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The Economic Growth and the Opportunity for the Private Equity Funds to Divest: An Empirical Analysis for Eastern Europe

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

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