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Patrycja Hąbek and Juan Jose Lavios Villahoz

References Alay, C., Säfsten, K. and Johansson, G. (2017). Conceptual sustainable production principles in practice: Do they reflect what companies do?, Journal of Cleaner Production 141 pp. 693-701. Bluszcz, A. (2017). Ecological Growth Boundaries. Management Systems In Production Engineering, Volume: 25, Issue: 1, pp. 55-59. Hąbek, P. and Brodny, J. (2017). Corporate Social Responsibility Report - An Important Tool to Communicate with Stakeholders. In 4th International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference

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Claudia Ogrean and Mihaela Herciu

References Abraham, T., & Dao, V. (2017). An Empirical Investigation of Sustainability Innovation Systems and the Stages of Sustainability Maturity. https://aisel.aisnet.org/amcis2017/GreenIS/Presentations/4/ . Adams, C., & Narayanan, V. (2007). The ‘standardization’ of sustainability reporting. Sustainability accounting and accountability , 70-85. Ameer, R., & Othman, R. (2012). Sustainability practices and corporate financial performance: A study based on the top global corporations. Journal of Business Ethics , 108 (1), 61

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Gabriela Ionescu

References Dinga E., (2009). Economic studies. Contributions of logical, epistemological and methodological analysis, economic Publishing House, Bucharest. Dinga E., (2011). Economic sustainability through adjustment policies in the globalization context, Romanian Academy Publishing House, Bucharest. Dinga E., (2017). Ciclicitatea economică, Romanian Academy Publishing House, Bucharest. Financial Stance of Romania - Financial and Monetary Research Center “Victor Slăvescu”, 2018 edition Eurostat

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Radu-Alexandru Șerban

References Bean, R. (2016). Just Using Big Data Isn’t Enough Anymore. Harvard Business Review. [online] Available: https://hbr.org/2016/02/just-using-big-data-isnt-enough-anymore. Bhattacharya, C. B., & Polman, P. (2017). Sustainability Lessons From the Front Lines. MIT Sloan Management Review, 58(2), 71. Biesdorf, S., Court, D. and Willmott, P. (2013) Big data: What’s your plan. McKinsey Quarterly, 2, 40-51. Boiral, O. (2013). Sustainability reports as simulacra? A counter-account of A and A

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Mihaela Herciu and Claudia Ogrean

, M., (2010), perception of competitiveness in the context of sustainable development: facets of “sustainable competitiveness”, Journal of Business Economics and Management, 11(2), 341-365. Barnett, M. L., & Salomon, R. M. (2012). Does it pay to be really good? Addressing the shape of the relationship between social and financial performance. Strategic Management Journal, 33(11), 1304-1320. Barney, J. B. (2001). Is the resource-based “view” a useful perspective for strategic management research? Yes. Academy of management review, 26

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Maciej Wysocki and Cezary Wójcik

1 Introduction Fiscal policy sustainability has always been in the center of attention of policymaking in the European Union (EU), but after the recent global financial crisis and the sovereign debt crisis in the euro area, its role has increased even more. The global financial crisis of 2008 and the subsequent sovereign debt crisis in the euro area caused a drastic drop in budget revenues, which resulted in increased budget deficits in many countries, including Poland, which raised pertinent policy questions regarding long-term sustainability of public

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Ioana Raluca Sbârcea

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Since 2007, Romania has been under the under the glance of experts in the European Union, but also under the strict monitoring of the NBR and also under the pressure of citizens and investors' expectations about the moment of euro adoption. My research concerns have also been channeled to this point of maximum interest, impact and timeliness, which is why I have proposed through this paper to highlight a synthetic situation regarding the fulfillment of the convergence criteria from the moment of accession to the European Union, to the present. The objective of this paper is to reflect, in dynamics and correlation, the degree of fulfillment of the nominal and real convergence criteria, the sustainability of the levels achieved for certain indicators, so necessary for joining the single currency, without shocks. Romania is a country subject to frequent fluctuations at all levels: economic, political, legislative, also reflected in the fluctuations in meeting the convergence criteria. The lack of medium and long-term sustainability of the criteria considered necessary for joining the euro area will make this desiderate ever more remote.

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Andrea Szalavetz

“ Without appropriate organizational structure and management systems, corporations may not reap all the benefits associated with sustainability performance.” [Epstein and Roy, 2001: p. 593] 1 Introduction It is generally acknowledged that cross-functional knowledge management (KM) and integration strategies are indispensable for maintaining proper alignment with the complex and dynamically changing technological and contextual factors of value creation. One instrument of organizational knowledge integration is the practice of cross-functional collaboration

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Mosad Zineldin and Valentina Vasicheva

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The paper describes theoretically with some empirical evidences the decision and result of strategic alliance as a relationship between people or as a love affair and a commitment to marriage which is ideally, based on shared interest, love, mutual trustworthiness, and commitment to continue the relationship. The main point is that, just as successful human marriages require clarity of needs, purpose, maturity, preparation, patience, nurturing, flexibility, commitment, trust, and compromise, so too will such prerequisites apply to successful organizational strategic alliance relationships. The main task of this conceptual research is to identify the reasons for failures (non-sustainability) of strategic alliances to answer the question of why do they fail. The problem will be later on (phase 2) analysed taking into consideration different industry sectors located in different countries

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Mishelle Doorasamy

4 References [1] Abdel-Kader G.M. (2011) - Review of Management Accounting Research . United Kingdom. Palgrave Macmillan (63-65). [2] Ahmad S., Saha P.K., Abbasi A., Khan M. 2009 - Environmental Management Systems and Sustainability: Integrating Sustainability in Environmental Management Systems. Master thesis, School of Engineering, Blekinge. Institute of Technology: Karlskrona, Sweden. [3] Albelda E. (2011) - The role of management accounting practices as facilitators of the environmental management: Evidence from EMAS organisations