The Bucharest University of Economic Studies (ASE) has celebrated its 109th Anniversary, to mark its establishment by Royal Decree on April 6, 1913
Romanian Distribution Committee Magazine, 2022, vol. 13, issue 1, 63-66
ASE Bucharest, the leader of economic and public administration higher education in Romania, has celebrated its 109th Anniversary, to mark its establishment by Royal Decree on April 6, 1913. This special anniversary has a special historical resonance for higher economic education in Romania. As we remembered on another occasion: to do an act of justice to higher economic education involves considering its history, that we write by thinking and acting; we live in a world where we care and history and historical narrative are always based on the experiences of time and space. It is well-known that the contribution of higher education to economic success is vital, the role of higher education being played at the necessary intersection between economic and social challenges, such as economic growth, sustainable development, the ability to compete on a local, national, regional, continental and global level, creating jobs, reducing unemployment, etc. It is widely recognized the impact of higher education on the transformation of social and economic relations, institutions, policies and practices. People are the real source of the competitive advantage of a university actively involved in developing and disseminating knowledge and skills, building and cultivating students' cognitive character, engaging in activities of your local community.
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