Bulgaria and Romania: Country Members of the EU, Part of the Global Economy
Edited by Iskra Christova-Balkanska (Искра Христова-Балканска) and
Eduard Marinov ()
in ERI-BAS Books from Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - Economic Research Institute
This book contains the papers presented at the International Scientific Conference “Bulgaria and Romania: Country Members of the EU, Part of the Global Economy” held at the Economic Research Institute in Sofia on June 1516 2017. The Conference was organized by the International Economics Department of the Economic Research Institute at the Bulgarian Academy of Scienses and the Institute for World Economy within the Romanian Academy within the joint project “Bulgaria and Romania: Country Members of the EU, Part of the Global Economy”. Economic Research Institute Bulgarian Academy of Scences Institute for World Economy Romanian Academy This book contains a total of 27 contributions, divided in four thematic and one poster section. Just like the conference itself, the current edition offers an interesting mixture of scientific information, research approaches and achievements. Most of the contributions deal with the problems of the impact of EU policies after the 10 years of EU membership of Bulgaria and Romania, the economic development of the two countries as EU member states, their place in the global world and economy, as well as with some modern advances in international economics.
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