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The Labor Market in Romania, Between Supply and Demand

The purpose of this paper is to highlight the harmonization between the supply of job vacancies by major groups of occupations in the Romanian economy, and the demand for jobs of unemployed from different age groups in the period 2005-2013. On the other hand, we can also have an interpretation of how different occupations may […]

Innovation and Entrepreneurial Strategies in Balneary Tourism

The most recent strategic management theories consider that entrepreneurship and innovation development are favored more by certain organizational development contexts. Due to the fact that innovation became both an instrument and a condition for performance, its approach should be done in a systematic way at an organizational level. Managers are responsible to develop an organizational […]

The Professional Accountants Perception on Creative Accounting

20 November 2015

The emergence of creative accounting is a result of the possibility of folding the rules that exist within the existing accounting regulations which, if were applied without deviation could lead to a true and fair view of the financial position and of the performances of entities. This paper presents an overview of national and international […]

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Posted in Applied Economics, Business Management, Volume IV, Issue no. 6

Survey Regarding the Interest of Companies from Bihor County in Taking the Social Responsibility in the High Educational System

20 September 2015

The present context in Romania makes the promotion of the Student Centered Education (SCE) paradigm opportune and compulsary in the univiersties in our country, considering: the realities of the high educational service market more and more challenging and continuously change.; ARACIS regulations as an institution responsible for the evalution and accreditation of the universities in […]

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Posted in Applied Economics, Business Management, Volume IV, Issue no. 5

Study Regarding the Legal, Accounting and Tax Treatment on the Liquidation of the Company

20 September 2015

The latest legal regulations which became effective in June 2008, but amended and supplemented up to date, significantly shortened the time required for the deregistration of a company. Winding / liquidation procedure may be voluntary or required by circumstances. From a legal point of view, it is regulated, but there are problems in terms of […]

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Posted in Applied Economics, Business Management, Volume IV, Issue no. 5

An Investigation On The Commitment Of Nurses In Mulago National Referral Hospital (Uganda)

20 July 2015

The purpose of this study was to investigate the commitment of nurses at Mulago National Referral Hospital. The research design was, cross-sectional survey with both qualitative and quantitative approaches (Amin, 2005). The sample size was 264 nurses. A structured questionnaire and interview guide were used to collect the data. The study found out that there […]

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Posted in Volume IV, Issue no. 4

Statement of Cash Flows under Ro Gaap

20 May 2015

This article focuses on techniques of fulfilling the worksheet necessary for preparing statement of cash flows. There are described types of investing, financing and operating activities by presenting detailed lists. Also there are presented in detail non – cash transactions and adjustments used under the indirect method. It is focused on definition of cash equivalents […]

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Posted in Applied Economics, Business Management, Volume IV, Issue no. 3

Survey Regarding the Interest of Companies from Bihor County in Taking the Social Responsibility in the High Educational System

20 May 2015

The present context in Romania makes the promotion of the Student Centered Education (SCE) paradigm opportune and compulsary in the univiersties in our country, considering: the realities of the high educational service market more and more challenging and continuously change.; ARACIS regulations as an institution responsible for the evalution and accreditation of the universities in […]

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Posted in Applied Economics, Business Management, Volume IV, Issue no. 3

Environmental Costs from the Perspective of Environmental Accounting

20 May 2015

Short life of man strikingly contrast with the permanence of the earth. For thousands of years, many generations were born and disappeared, but the earth he has consistently demonstrated impressive ability to support life. There is also a reverse of the medal. It is estimated that human activities cause a disturbance of the natural cycles […]

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Posted in Business Management, Volume IV, Issue no. 3

Effects of Knightian uncertainty on the term-structure of interest rates

20 May 2015

Even the empirical evidence show that yield curve slope and short-run interest rates evolve relatively correlated, several authors, as Walsh (1999), underline that interest rates under-react as compared with the predictions obtained from the yield curve slope. Indeed, the degree of correlation between yield curve slope and short-run interest rates could depend also on the […]

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Posted in Applied Economics, Business Management, Volume IV, Issue no. 3

Positioning on Trends of the Accounting Modeling Process

20 May 2015

Accounting modeling is frequently debated among theoreticians and practitioners in accounting and often causes controversies even in the academic environment. These are based mainly on different views on the limits of freedom and conformity in developing treatments of economic operations. Therefore, in our view, it is very important the achieving performance in assessing modeling processes […]

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Posted in Applied Economics, Business Management, Volume IV, Issue no. 3

Critical Success Factors in ERP Systems Implementation: the case of medium and small sized Enterprises

20 March 2015

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems cover today a wide area of IT applications aimed at optimizing resources within an Organisation. In deciding whether to use an ERP and then the appropriate type of ERP system and software for a specific Organisation, a number of parameters and critical success factors have to be taken into account. […]

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Posted in Applied Economics, Business Management, Vol. IV / 2015, Volume IV, Issue no. 2