Globalization and Marketing in the Context of the Romanian Agriculture
Stefan Alin Toderasc ()
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Stefan Alin Toderasc: Bucharest University of Economic Studies
PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, 2018, vol. 1, issue 1, 90-96
The expansion of the global commodity and capital market, marked in the early 1980s, is considered to be the most representative factor in explaining the many socio-economic mutations occurring mainly in developed countries of the contemporary world. These transformations have also been felt at the level of production technologies, international trade policies, financial mechanisms and monetary instruments. Inevitably, these mutations have forced the political and economic factors from all the countries of the world, above all the developed countries, to adapt their economy to new realities and to take action on their economic and social policies in order to ensure their compatibility with those of other states. As a whole, these transformations have generated multiple economic, social, cultural, ecological and political reconsiderations, currently interpreted by the globalization or globalization term of the world economy.
Keywords: globalization; agriculture; marketing; economy; market; pollution (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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