Studiu retrospectiv privind comerțul exterior al României în ultimii 100 de ani
A retrospective study on Romania’s external trade in the past 100 years
Gheorghe Zaman () and
George Georgescu ()
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Throughout the last century, Romania's economy has suffered major adverse costs, especially caused by external factors, with an adverse impact both on the volume of foreign trade and its commodity structure and geographical orientation. The study focuses on the evolution of Romania's foreign trade over the past 100 years trying to highlight the main features and trends in the different stages of the Romanian economy development, covering the periods 1918-1947, 1948-1989 and 1990-2017, marked by the the interwar economy particularities, the socialist political and economic regime, and the Romania's transition to the market economy, in the context of pre-accession and integration in the European Union. The presentation of the main coordinates of Romania's trade policies precedes the foreign trade quantitative and qualitative analysis for each of the above mentioned periods.
Keywords: foreign trade; trade deficit; transition; EU integration; FDI; Romania (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: B22 F10 F15 N14 N74 O52 P33 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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