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Alternative Methods for Business Process Planning

References Chapman, S. N., (2001) The fundamentals of production planning and control , Ed. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458, ISBN 0-13-017615-X Filip, F. G., (2007) Sisteme suport pentru decizii , Editura tehnică Frame, J. Davidso, (2002) The new project management: tools for an age of rapid change, complexity, and other business realities , San Francisco, John Wiley & Sons Lewis, James P. (2001) Project planning, scheduling and control: a hands-on guide to bringing projects in on time on budget , 3rd ed. Toronto, McGraw

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Actions of National Bank of Romania on Bank Liquidity


The central bank’s action on bank liquidity implies the action on the amount of currency issued by the central bank that banks can acquire in their mutual relationships, and on its price, which is the action on the interest rate.

In order to respond to banks’ treasury needs, the central bank acts on the money market through restrictions on refinancing options and handling reserve requirements.

The paper aims to investigate the extent to which the NBR’s money tool system influences the mass and quality of credit granted by banks in the Romanian banking system. The monetary policy strategy adopted by the NBR had a strong influence on the macroeconomic variables of Romania

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The Evolution of the Regional Development Policies


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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The Role of Computerized Solutions in Consolidating Financial Results from the European and Anglo-Saxon Accounting Systems


The implementation of up-to-date technologies in the accounting system of modern entities is a topical subject, by the desire of enterprises to align themselves with the current of international globalization but also by the requirements imposed by the science and practice to join the accounting main issues in the field. The accounting technique evolved with the technological innovations, related to each evolutionary period of the human society. The paper aims to identifying the factors that influenced the whole process of the development of information technologies in the financial-accounting field; identifying the main issues related to the technological interaction in accounting and, in this context, identifying the tools and technological supports in the evolution of the accounting technique, from the empirical forms of accounting to the present day, in the age of globalization, amid the continuous need for normalization and standardization of accounting procedures, especially applicable to the consolidation of financial results.

Nowadays, the most used digital technology in computerized accounting and management is Cloud-Computing ERP solutions, a form of digital accounting that will represent the critical mass of accounting information system in the near future, and this paper will present and discuss such solutions.

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Corporate Communication Management. A Management Approach


Managerial communication assumes the analyses of the managers’ communicational behaviour, which has as aim fulfilling of tasks and organizational objectives, by working with people. A major objective is: to develop and share the necessary knowledge for growing managerial efficiency - (Smeltzer, 1996). As some of the specialists have noticed, (Smeltzer 1983), The management sees communication as tool for achieving the aim, something that is needs to be used in relation with the objectives organization has, taking in consideration the issues related with the analysis of costs and benefits. Various studies have searched to look into this domain within the frames of social responsibility, which does not ignore the responsibility to have respect for the people as well as for the planet. Managers are people which have responsibilities for taking decisions, for the organization as well as for their subsidiaries (Hill, 2003). Those people are spending a large part of their time interacting with various types of public, with the structuring of the problems which appear on the various processes, as well as with the establishing of the strategic and main financial decisions and company objectives. The company success assumes the development, motivation and in the very end keeping close well performing employees. It is also necessary that managers are keeping themselves extremely connected to the informational sources in order to be able to react as soon as possible and eventually adjust the objectives and the strategy (Suchan 2006).

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Economic Evaluation of Health Programs – Health Expenditures in the European Union


Health Care is a sensitive issue that concerns not only the individual but also society in general. Health economics are a specialization of the economists in the health sector who aim for the proper function of hospital administration. It deals with issues related to the financing and delivery of health services and the role of such services and other personal decisions in contributing to personal health. Many researches refer to the problems that each health unit faces, emphasizing on the resources, programs and health expenditure. Some of these programs, especially the most effective, are mentioned in this research. Their creation was based on the best quality of health services in all OECD countries.

With this research, we aim to develop a methodological framework for evaluating the total health expenditure (consists of all expenditures or outlays for medical care, prevention, promotion, rehabilitation, community health activities, health administration and regulation and capital formation with the predominant objective of improving health) in the 23 OECD countries, by creating a panel data regression and analyzing the results, from 2000 to 2014. For this reason, some of the most important variables (macroeconomic and related to the health sector), were used as tools to assess the performance of each country, as far as the resources and the expenditure for the health care are concerned. Every explanatory variable that was used in this sample, but also the combination of a number of these explanatory variables showed a positive correlation with total expenditures as a percentage of GDP in the majority of the equations. Some variables showed a negative correlation with total health expenditures, which doesn’t fit with the economic theory. Financial crisis is the reason for this.

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Integrate CAATS Technologies into Data Selection and Data Analysis

References Horomnea, E., (2010) Financial Audit. Concepts. Standards. Normes , Ed. TipoMoldova, Iași, p. 204. Laureano, R.M., Computer-assisted audit tools in verification tasks. dados, 5, p.8. available online at Oprean, I., Popa, I., Lenghe, R.l, (2007) The audit and financial control procedures, Ed

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Improving Communication and Relationship with Customers using Models to Measure their Value

References Abdel-Kader M.G., Review of management accounting research, Springer, 2011, Atkinson F., Customer care, Frank Atkinson & Ventus Pub ApS,, 2011, Bly R.W., A winning marketing plan, Entrepreneur media inc., 2009, Buttle F., Customer relationship management: concepts and tools, Routledge, 2004, Dwyer J., Communication for business and the professions: strategies and skills, Pearson Higher Edu, 2012, Florea N.V., Tănăsescu I.A., “Improving

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Integrated Reporting in the Context of Corporate Governance. Case study on the Adoption of Integrated Reporting of Romanian Companies listed on BSE

Scorecard Companies Thrive in the New Business Environment , Boston: Harvard Business School Press (11pt) Rahim Mahmudur M., Idowu S.O.(2015), Social Audit Regulation. Development, Challenges and Opportunities, Spinger International Publishing, Elveția; Grosanu A., Bota-Avram C., Rachisan R., Vesselinov R. (2015), The influence of countrylevel governance on business environment and entrepreneurship: A global perspective, Amfiteatrul Economic Journal, issue 38(17) Sperckley F. (1981), Social Audit-A management tool for Co-operative working, Ed

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Enabling Customer-Centricity and Relationship Management using Net Promoter Score

.com Duica, M.C. et al. (2010) „ Making knowledge management an effective tool for individual and organizational performance” , Valahian Journal of Economic Studies, vol.1, Special Issue: p.91-100 Evans, D. (2010) Social media marketing: the next generation of business engagement, JohnWiley&Sons Farris P., et al. (2017) Key marketing metrics: The 50+ metrics every manager needs to know , UK: Pearson Fehlmann, T.M. (2017) Managing complexity, Berlin: Logos Verlag Florea, N.V. (2014) „ Implementing a model of strategic communication to obtain

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