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ADDRESSING THE MANAGERIAL CHALLENGE OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN ROMANIA: AVAILABILITY AND SIGNIFICANCE OF SUSTAINABILITY INDICATORS

Carmen Radulescu (), Ildiko Ioan () and Oleg Margina

Proceedings of the INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE, 2012, vol. 6, issue 1, 612-618

Abstract: Sustainable development reframed decision making at all levels by widening the scope of criteria that should be considered for substantiation. Environmental and social aspects enriched the information support of decisions triggering complexity frameworks especially at governmental level. For Romania, a recent member of the EU and signatory of important multilateral agreements, complying with the requirements of sustainable development became an important managerial challenge. In addressing this challenge a key aspect is the proper information support which will be assessed by analyzing the availability and significance of sustainability indicators in Romania. Intensive use of resources with potential to generate irreversible environmental losses and an important gap against the EU level are observable by taking in account the level and evolution of key sustainability indicators.

Keywords: environmental policy; indicator; Romania; sustainable development. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2012
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