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Sustainable Regional Development Policy in Romania - Coordinates

References Moşteanu N. R., (2003), Finanţarea dezvoltării regionale în Romania (Funding Regional Development in Romania), Bucureşti, Editura Economică, p. 73. Planul Naţional de Dezvoltare 2000-2002 (The Romanian National Development Plan) (2000), Agenţia Naţională de Dezvoltare Regională (National Agency of Regional Development), Bucureşti. Toderoiu F., Bucur Carmen (2005), “Economia agroalimentară a României: multifuncţionalitate, resurse, oportunităţi şi restricţii în perspectivă globală” (Romania’s Agrofood

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Influence of road transport infrastructure on agricultural sector development in Nigeria

REFERENCES 1. A. O. Ajiboye, (2009). The Effects of Transportation System on Food Marketing and Security in Nigeria. Transport Management Technology, School of Entrepreneurship and Management Technology, Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria. PP. 1-14. 2. A. O. Ajiboye and O. Afolayan (2009) The Impact of Transportation on Agricultural Production in a Developing Country: A case of kola nut production in Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development , pp49-57. 3. CBN (2013). CBN Statistical Bulletin

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Human Capital Development and Macroeconomic Performance in Nigeria: An Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) Approach

References Adak, M. (2015). Technological progress, innovation and economic growth; the case of Turkey. Procedia – Social and Behavioural Sciences, 195 , 776-782. Adamu, P. A. (2003). The impact of human capital formation on economic development in Nigeria: An error correction approach. (pp. 55-78). Ibadan: Human Resource Development in Africa, Selected Papers for 2002 Annual Conference, Nigerian Economic Society. Adawo, M. A. (2011). Has education (human capital) contributed to the economic growth of Nigeria? Journal of Economics and

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Providing Research Data Management (RDM) Services in Libraries: Preparedness, Roles, Challenges, and Training for RDM Practice

. According to Perrier, Blondal, and MacDonald (2018) , “although libraries play a role in RDM at academic institutions, they have experienced varying degrees of success with the development of RDM support and services given this expanded responsibility” (p. 173). Furthermore, as noted by Faniel and Connaway (2018) , “research into RDM still is in the early stages, and few studies focus on the library community’s RDM experiences” (p. 100). In this study, with a focus on the RDM practice in terms of the librarians’ role, their levels of preparedness in providing RDM

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The Evolution of the Regional Development Policies

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Kuklinski (Kuklinski A. 1987), realized, from an epistemological perspective, a history of the international and interdisciplinary progress in matters of regional policy.

According to the authors’ conception, an international scientific movement in the domain of regional studies refers to: the examination of the regional studies carried out in different countries to identify the diversity of ideological and intellectual attitudes, the techniques and the motivations.

Today this phenomenon must be considered from a new perspective in the framework of a global analysis of the different scientific schools which perceive regional studies in particular and original ways.

A scientific school can be defined as all the activities of a well-organized team, capable of producing, in the course of a long period, a series of relatively important and diversified innovations in three domains:

  1. a)theory and research methods;
  2. b)empirical knowledge of the existing reality;
  3. c)creation of tools and policies in order to transform this reality according to the development goals accepted by a determined epoch and in a determined region.

The main feature of a scientific school is represented by its capacity to innovate a series of theoretical and empirical studies (Kuklinski A. 1987).

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

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Tourist services represent a category of services in which the inseparability of production and consumption, the inability to be storable, the immateriality, and last but not least non-durability, induces in tourism management a number of peculiarities and difficulties. Under these circumstances the development of medium-term strategies involves long-term studies regarding on the one hand the developments and characteristics of the demand, and on the other hand the tourist potential analysis at regional and local level. Although in the past 20 years there has been tremendous growth of on-line booking made by household users, the tour operators agencies as well as those with sales activity continue to offer the specific services for a large number of tourists, that number, in the case of domestic tourism, increased by 1.6 times in case of the tour operators and by 4.44 times in case of the agencies with sales activity. At the same time, there have been changes in the preferences of tourists regarding their holiday destinations in Romania. Started on these considerations, paper based on a logistic model, examines the evolution of the probabilities and scores corresponding to the way the Romanian tourists spend their holidays on the types of tourism agencies, actions and tourist areas in Romania.

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Neuro-Linguistic Programming: History, Conception, Fundamentals and Objectives

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A way of opening new perspectives that has attracted the interest of researchers in counseling and psychotherapy at the beginning of the 1980s is Neuro-linguistic programming (international acronym: NLP). Ϲreated in the 70ꞌs by Βandler R.W. and Grinder J.Т. for the purpose of discovering human excellence, NLP is still considered today one of the “roads” to success, providing the necessary tools to achieve goals. Although the mid-80s’ surveys lowered the importance of the NLP basic ideas, decreasing the interest of Psychology Specialists in the field of Psychology to further research this area, a group of well-known colleagues and students in that period - among which we mention Ϲameron-Βandler, L., DeLozier, J., Dilts, R.Β., Gordon, D., Pucelik, F., Βуron, Α.L., Eicher, J., Муers-Αnderson, М., Gilligan, S.G., Αndreas, S. and Αndreas, Ϲ., Epstein, Т.Α., Hallbom, Т., Smith, S., Reese, E.J., and Reese, М., James, Т., Woodsmall, W., Jacobson S., Lankton, S.R., or Epstein, Т. (and the list may continue) – have made a significant contribution to the development and expansion of NLP since then until the present day.

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Electricity Supply and Economic Diversification in Nigeria (1981-2016)

–1530. Ajani, F., Kalu, J. E. (2017) “Economy Diversification: A Potent Tool for Tourism Development in Nigeria” . International Journal of Science and Technology, vol. 6, no. 2: p. 94-114 Anyaehie, M. C., Areji, A. C. (2015) “Economic Diversification for Sustainable Development in Nigeria” . Open Journal of Political Science, vol. 5, no. 1: p. 87-94. CIA World Factbook (2018) Retrieved from http://www.cia.gov/library/publications/theworldfactbook/fields/2116.html . Dimnwobi, S.K., Nwokoye, E.S., Ekesiobi, C.S., Igbanugo C.I. (2018) “Transportation

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Unveiling the Theoretical Mistakes in the World Bank Formation and its Implication on Survival of Africa Monetary Union

Africa: Evidence from vector autoregressive techniques , SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES, Volume: 20, Issue: 1, Article Number: a1660, DOI: 10.4102/sajems.v20i1.1660 Truman, E. (2010). The International Monetary System and Global Imbalances .” January. Available at: www.piie.com/publications/papers/truman0110.pdf . World Bank (2010). Private Capital Flows in Historical Perspective ” ctd Global Development Finance 2000. World Bank (2011). Global Development Finance 2011 (CD-ROM). World Bank (2013). International Debt Statistics

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Leadership in the Digital Era

on Leadership Development , New Directions for Student Leadership, March, No. 153, pp. 21–33, Available through: LUSEM Library website: http://www.lusem.lu.se/library Jääskeläinen, A. (2015). Digitalization and work life: How new technologies are changing task content and skill demand for five selected occupations , Master’s thesis, Department of Economics, Aalto University, Available online: https://aaltodoc.aalto.fi/bitstream/handle/123456789/19321/hse_ethesis_14220.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y Kotter, J.P. (2001). What Leaders Really Do , Harvard

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