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Valentin Grecu and Călin Deneş

. (2010), If Sustainability Needs New Values, Whose Values? Initial Teacher Training and the Transition to Sustainability , Chapter 17, pp 313-328 in, Sustainability Education – Perspectives and Practice Across Higher Education, edited by Paula Jones, David Selby and Stephen Sterling, Earthscan 5. Cotton, D. and Winter, J. (2010), ‘It’s not Just Bits of paper and Light Bulbs’: A Review of Sustainability Pedagogies ant Their Potential Use in Higher Education , Chapter 3, pp 39-54 in, Sustainability Education – Perspectives and Practice Across Higher Education, edited

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Dumitrascu Mihaela, Ileana Ciutacu and Iulian Vasile Săvulescu

REFERENCES 1. Atkinson, G., 2000. Measuring corporate sustainability. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management , 43(2), pp. 235–252. 2. Beloff, B., Tanzil, D., & Lines, M., 2004. Sustainable development performance assessment. Environmental Process , 23(4), pp. 271–276. 3. Brennan, N. M., & Solomon, J., 2008. Corporate governance, accountability and mechanisms of accountability: An overview. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal , 21(7), pp. 885–906. 4. Cook, C., Heath, F., & Thompson, R. L., 2000. A meta-analysis of response

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Hortensia Gorski, Mircea Fuciu and Luigi Dumitrescu

References Barth, M. (2014). Implementing sustainability in higher education: Learning in an age of transformation, Oxford, UK: Routledge. Christensen, L. J., Pierce, E., Hartman, L. P., Hoffman, W. M., & Carrier, J. (2007). Ethics, CSR, and sustainability education in the Financial Times top 50 global business schools: Baseline data and future research directions. Journal of Business Ethics, 73(4), 347-368, doi: 10.1007/s10551-006-9211-5. Crossan, M., Mazutis D., Seijt, G., & Gandz, J. (2013). Developing

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Andreea Stoiciu and Eva-Nicoleta Burdusel

REFERENCES 1. Martha Nussbaum, (2010) „Skills for Life” , TLS, April 30, pp.13, 15 2. Keith Thomas, „What are universities for?” , TLS May 7/2010; p.13; 14 3. Eva-Nicoleta, Burdusel and Camelia, Oprean, A Holistic Approch to Higher Education: Challenges and Changes for the Sustainable University, in „Management of Sustainable Development” – Lucian Blaga University Press, Romania - 2011; ISSN 2066-9380; pp.31-33 4. Constantin, Oprean; Eva-Nicoleta, Burdusel and Camelia, Oprean, A Change Management- Based Approach to the Dynamics of Higher

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Irina Şogorascu, Amelia Bucur, Constantin Oprean, Mihai Victor Zerbes and Alina Rus

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Global macro economical context, forced the researchers and organization from food industry, to focus more on identifying and developing of new alternative methods that might lead to a good performance in crisis conditions. These new methods aim a cost optimization, reduction of the environmental impact and the increase of customer satisfaction, while all the organizations pursue the sustainability of their own business.

The method presented in this paper, confirms the efforts of the researchers and organizations in food industry. In this study, food quality was defined throughout attributive and quantitative dimensions in order to establish a correlation between them. Sensory method it is proposed as an alternative in the educational system with the purpose of training the future specialists for sustainable development of the society.

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Gabriela Dobrotă, Dan Dobrotă and Valentin Petrescu

References Dobrotă, D., & Dobrotă, G. (2017). An innovative method in the regeneration of waste rubber and the sustainable development, Journal of Cleaner Production, DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2017.03.022. Dobrotă, G., & Dobrotă, D. (2017). Research on the environmental pollution caused by waste recycling processes. In Proceeding of The International Conference ,,Information Society and Sustainable Development” Targu Jiu: Academica Brâncusi, 28-31. Dobrotă, G. (2013). The economic components of sustainable

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Thanh-Dat Nguyen and Claudiu Vasile Kifor

REFERENCES Ansari, C., Holland, A., & Fathi, M. (2010). Advanced knowledge management concept for sustainable environmental integration . Cybernetic Intelligent Systems (CIS) (pp. 1-7). IEEE. Aparna, S., & Keren, N. (2007). Sustainable Development: An Introduction. Centre for Environment Education : http://www.sayen.org/Volume-I.pdf . Benjamins, V., Fensel, D., & Gomez Perez, A. (1998). Knowledge Management through Ontologies. Practical Aspects of Knowledge Managemen (PAKM98) . Switzerland Bleischwitz, R., Giljum, S., Kuhndt, M

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Ilie Banu and Ioana Madalina Butiuc

-Min Chuang, Chun-Chu Liu, Wen-Chia Tsai and Chien-Min Huang - Towards an analytical framework of organizational innovation in the service industry,2011, pp. 790 9. Webster A., Gebhardt C., Terra C., Etzkowitz H.- The Future of the University and the University of the Future: Evolution of Ivory Tower to Entrepreneurial Paradigm, 2009, pp. 1 10. 14. Kirschgässner G. – Tax morale, tax evasion and the shadow economy, Handbook on the shadow economy,2011, pp. 366 11. www.iccr.org 12. http://www.ssfindex.com/sustainability/notes-and-definitions/ 13. Index of Sustainable

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Cătălina Costache and Dănuţ Dumitru Dumitrascu

: the Post-Fordist Directions (pp. 3-4): Geelong, Deakin University Press. Costache, C., & Dumitrascu, D. (2015). Managing Sustainable Development Projects in Romanian Curricular and Extracurricular Education: a Multi-criteria Analysis. Paper presented at the Edulearn, 7th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, Barcelona, Spain, 6-8 July 2015, Edulearn15 Proceedings, ISBN 978-84-606-8243-1, pp 2096-2106. Costache, C., Dumitrascu, D., Barac, R., Anghel, O., & Ioan, C. C. (2015). Assessing progress made by civil society and

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Yang Lifang, Wang Zhiwei, Li Baihua and Li Wenhao

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As the world developing rapidly, worldwide educational system needs an urgent breakthrough on establishing a rational and feasible innovative talents training system. The paper takes as the case study training path within Student Science and Technology Association of Shijiazhuang University of Economics, elaborating the six features of innovative talents in their growing up. They are, but not limited to, “difference”, “sustainability”, “publicity”, “perseverance”, “exploring” and “inclusiveness”. It describes the association's constructing a scientific and comprehensive training system based on its exploration. Besides, the paper discusses the way to reform teaching and learning system as well as the training talents, referring to the experience of students' self-managing. In the end, the paper tries to offer meaningful approaches to building an effective innovative education.