Search Results

1 - 10 of 45 items :

  • European Union x
  • Business Management, other x
  • Industrial Chemistry x
Clear All
The common energy market of the European Union – utopia or reality?

09.02.2017]. Official website of the European Commission retrieved from URL [accessed on 09.02.2017]. Official website of the European Commission retrieved from URL [accessed on 09.02.2017]. Official website of the European Commission retrieved from URL [accessed on 09.02.2017].. Official

Open access
The Globalization in the actual Context of the European Union Economy

imbalances in the EMU. Economic Modelling, 60, 462-472. Kowal, R. (2016). Characteristics and Properties of a Simple Linear Regression Model. Folia Oeconomica Stetinensia, 16(1), 248-263. Krajišnik, M., & Žutić, A. (2017). Impact of the Enlargement of the European Union on the Foreign Trade and Development of the New Members. Economics, 5(1), 36-51. Melyn, W. (2004). Characteristics and development of Belgium’s foreign trade. Economic Review, (iii), 7-27. Metulini, R., Riccaboni, M., Sgrignoli, P., & Zhu, Z

Open access
Measuring the social market economy. A composite index approach for EU countries

composite index, Discussion Paper, Center for Interdisciplinary Economics, No. 6/2015. Joerges, C. & Rödl, F. (2004). ‘Social Market Economy’as Europe’s Social Model?, EUI Working Paper, no. 2004/8, European University Instutite, Florence. John, K. D. (2007). The German Social Market Economy–(Still) a Model for the European Union?. Theoretical and Applied Economics, 3(508), 3-10. Mourão, P. (2007). Towards a Fiscal Illusion Index. MPRA Paper 5091. Munich, Germany: University of Munich. Retrieved from . Nardo, M

Open access
The energy union – a new step towards sustainability by promoting clean energy

%2801%29 [accessed on 12.01.2018]. Eur-Lex (official website) retrieved from URL [accessed on 18.02.2018]. European Commission - Press release, Clean Energy for All Europeans - unlocking Europe's growth potential retrieved from URL [accessed on 24.12.2017]. European Commission (official website) retrieved from URL

Open access
The rate of high schools’ graduating students to universities

), Thinking patterns and knowledge dynamics. In Remenyi, D. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 8 th European Conference on Knowledge Management (pp. 152-156), Consorci Escola Industrial, Barcelona, Spain, 6-7 September 2007. Academic Conferences and Publishing International, Reading. Cojocaru V. and Făuraş C., (2006), Educaţia în abordare economică , Editura Academia de Studii Economice din Moldova, Chisinau. Mankiw, G.N., Romer, D. and Weil, D.N. (1992), A Contribution to the empirics of economic growth, The Quarterly Journal of Economics , 107(2), MIT Press

Open access
A theoretical review on the structural convergence issue and the relation to economic development in integration areas

References Abegaz, B. (2002). Structural Convergence in Manufacturing Industries between Leaders and Latecomers, Journal of Development Studies, 38(4), 69-99 Barrios, S., Barry, F. & Strobl, E. (2002). FDI and Structural Convergence in the EU Periphery. Mimeo, University College Dublin. Beck, K. (2014). Structural Similarity as a Determinant of Business Cycle Synchronization in the European Union: A Robust Analysis. Research in Economics and Business: Central and Eastern Europe, 5(2). Berardino

Open access
Tourism industry in the new Europe: trends, policies and challenges

References Campos, N., Coricelli, F., and Moretti, L. (2014). How much do countries benefit from membership in the European Union? Retrieved from CEPR’s Policy Portal: . Clerides, S., and Pashourtidou, N. (2007). Tourism in Cyprus: Recent Trends and Lessons from the Tourist Satisfaction Survey. Cyprus Economic Policy Review, 1 (2). Nicosia, Cyprus. Debyser, A. (2014). The European Union and tourism: challenges and policy responses. European Parliament, European Parliamentary

Open access
Financial management of insurance companies in the context of the new regime Solvency II

References Insurance ERM (2015). Solvency II timeline. Retrieved from . EIOPA Publications (2006-2011). QIS1 – Summary report; QIS2 – Summary Report; CEIOPS’ Report on its third Quantitative Impact Study (QIS3) for Solvency II; CEIOPS’ Report on its fourth Quantitative Impact Study (QIS4) for Solvency II; EIOPA Report on the fifth Quantitative Impact Study (QIS5) for Solvency II. Retrieved from . Official Journal of the European Union (2009

Open access
Policy framework and legal forms of social enterprise in Central and Eastern Europe

economy and social entrepreneurship, Social Europe guide, Volume 4 . Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. European Commission. (2014a). A map of social enterprises and their eco-systems in Europe: Executive Summary. Retrieved from European Commission, Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion Website: . European Commission. (2014b). A map of social enterprises and their eco-systems in Europe, Country Report: Bulgaria. Retrieved from European Commission, Employment, Social

Open access
Analysis of social models in Central and Eastern Europe - A focus on poverty and social exclusion

poverty mapping in Europe - Challenges, advances, benefits and limitations. Local Economy, 30(7), 742-764. Eurostat (2016a). People at risk of poverty or social exclusion. Retrieved from Eurostat (2016b). Sustainable development in the European Union. Retrieved from Eurostat (2016c). At-risk-of-poverty rate. Retrieved from http

Open access