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Comparative analysis of economic growth determinants in Romania and Central and Eastern European countries

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Are Teaching and Research activities mutually exclusive? A Data Mining study on European Universities

patenting detrimental to high quality research? An empirical analysis of the relationship between scientific careers and patent applications. Paper presented to the 4th workshop on Economic Transformation in Europe, Sophia Antipolis, January 29-30, 2004. Daraio, C., Bonaccorsi, A., Simar, L. (2015). Rankings and university performance: A conditional multidimensional approach. European Journal of Operational Research , 244(3), 918-930. Doey, L., Kurta, J. (2011). Correspondence Analysis applied to psychological research. Tutorials in Quantitative Methods for

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Post-Crisis Household Savings Behavior in Romania

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Relationship between VAT Revenue and Intermediate Consumption - A VAR Approach

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On building early-warning systems for preventing the deterioration of financial institutions’ performance

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Family Benefits In Member States Of The European Union: A Comparative Perspective

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Workplace Deviant Behaviour Among Public Sector Employees: The Roles of Perceived Religiosity and Job Status

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