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Book Review - SOCIAL ECONOMY. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS IN EIGHT MEMBER STATES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

Lucian Sfetcu

Journal of Community Positive Practices, 2012, issue 4, 852-856

Abstract: Before going into the technical details of this book I would like to emphasize that the social economy, although a new concept, received a lot of attention in the recent years, mainly due to the efforts of the European Union to develop this sector. The European Social Fund boosted the development of the social economy in the member states through the Operational Program Human Resources Development, 2007-2013. The coordinators of this book have also displayed a constant interest for the social economy, as shown by the number of reference papers they have published (Cace S., Nicolaescu V., Scoican A., 2010; Cace S, Nicolaescu V., Anton A.N., Rotaru S., 2011; Negu A., Nicolaescu V. Preoteasa A.M., Cace C., 2011; Cace C., Cace S., Cojocaru S., Nicolaescu V. 2012; Nicolaescu V., Cace C, Hatzantonis D., 2012; Cace C., Nicolaescu V., Katsikaris L., Parcharidis I., 2012)

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Date: 2012
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