A Study Regarding the Level and the Dynamics of the Performances of the Romanian Industrial Companies
Marian Siminica (),
Daniel Circiumaru () and
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Daniela Siminica: University of Craiova, Romania
Annals - Economy Series, 2009, vol. 3, 17-34
The work of the market economy in a modern and efficient way depends on the existence of an as large as possible number of competitive enterprises, both on the internal and external market. In order to make a global assessment of the economical and financial performances of the Romanian industrial companies, in this paper we set as a goal to analyze the dynamics of their number, the number of employees, as well as the main result indicators. The analysis is made both on the whole industrial companies and on types of size and this further allows pointing out the sectors with the highest level of the economical and financial performances.
Keywords: market economy; companies; the population; economical power (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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