LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. SOME THEORETICAL PREMISES
Mihail Dimitriu and
Otilia Manta ()
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Mihail Dimitriu: Victor SlÄƒvescu Center for Financial and Monetary Research, Romanian Academy
Internal Auditing and Risk Management, 2017, vol. 47, issue 3, 60-70
The role of regions in national economies has changed significantly over the last period as a result of globalization and structural adjustments, understanding this process being crucial to understanding regional economic analyzes and regional development planning. The regional impact of recent economic and social changes has placed the development of national economies in a complex, uncertain and competitive world, which has led to fundamental changes in the structure of their economies, the development being profoundly differentiated, producing acute differences between winners and losers, rural areas suffer from a marked decline, with the specialization of the economy requiring protection to make products and services.
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