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Gheorghe Zaman ()

Business&Leadership, 2011, vol. 2, issue 8, 17-52

Abstract: Started in 2008 in the U.S. in the financial banking sector, the economic and financial crisis has spread very rapidly, resulting in a strong phenomenon of recession, economic turmoil imbalances and in most countries of the world. However, Romanian makers of politicking interests, opinions issued reassuring, considering that our country will be affected only indirectly by the crisis. As a result, Romania has experienced a crisis of higher intensity and longer than in other countries, Being outlined even a "second wave of crisis" in 2012. Based on the analysis of some theoretical and methodological challenges and practical-application induced crisis economy, this paper suggests, however, and possible ways out of crisis in the near future. It is noted that all these ways developed throughout the paper converge to the urgent need to identify and promote national economic interest to allow growth factors to boost economic efficiency, social and environmental different levels and fields.

Keywords: economic crisis; anti-crisis measures; unemployment; economic gap; competitiveness; public-private partnership; foreign direct investment; protection of new industries; credit; interest. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2011
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