Characteristics of Investment Policy and European Convergence
Dragos Huru ()
Theoretical and Applied Economics, 2007, vol. 11(516)(supplement), issue 11(516)(supplement), 131-138
Romania makes today, not for the first time in history, a recovery process, at least economical one, through the West Europe. The news is finding the target, European Union, and the way the recovery is made, from the political inner of Europe not only from the geographical space. The recovering policies are defined as convergence, and it is identified with development policies. Regardless of scientific terms the way to the economical progress is made as always trough real investments. This paper is analyzed the manner how the investment policies during the last years defines the way the convergence/development objective is attained.
Keywords: investment policy; competitive advantage; European convergence. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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