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    ROMANIA’S FOREIGN TRADE BETWEEN 1945 AND 1989

    Andrei – Cristian Balasan
    CES working papers, 01 March 2013, Vol.5(1), pp.1-11 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    THE RECENT TREND OF ROMANIA’S INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN GOODS

    Andrei – Cristian Balasan
    CES working papers, 01 April 2014, Vol.6(1), pp.7-16 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    The value of reference ranges for middle cerebral artery peak systolic velocity in the management of rhesus alloimmunized pregnancies

    Andrei, Cristian, Vladareanu, Radu
    Maedica, January 2012, Vol.7(1), pp.14-9 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: The value of reference ranges for middle cerebral artery peak systolic velocity in the management of rhesus alloimmunized pregnancies
    Author: Andrei, Cristian; Vladareanu, Radu
    Subject: Mca Psv ; Rhesus Alloimmunization ; Reference Ranges
    Description: To establish reference ranges for middle cerebral artery peak systolic velocity (MCA PSV) and to certify their value in the management of Rhesus alloimmunized pregnancies. A reference range of MCA PSV with gestation was constructed by studying 342 pregnancies at 25-40 weeks. A comparison was made between the reference ranges produced in our study and those already published. Fetal MCA PSV was also measured in 30 fetuses from Rhesus alloimmunized pregnancies at 25-39 weeks. Last MCA PSV measurement was made within 7 days before measurement of umbilical cord hemoglobin at delivery. MCA PSV and hemoglobin were expressed as multiples of median (MoM). In the normal pregnancies a significant increase in MCA PSV with gestation resulted. The reference ranges for MCA PSV in normal pregnancies were similar to those already in use up to 34 weeks. From 35 to 40 weeks, our values were lower. In the Rhesus alloimmunized pregnancies, MCA PSV was increased. We found a good correlation between MoM MCA PSV and MoM hemoglobin. Using a threshold of 1.29 for MoM PSV, the sensitivity and specificity of MCA PSV in predicting any degree of anemia (Hb ≤0.84 MoM) were 88.46% and 98.27%. Our reference ranges for MCA PSV can perform well from 25 until 35 weeks of gestation. Based on this, measurement of the MCA PSV in fetuses at risk for anemia provides a reliable, non-invasive clinical test for the prediction of fetal anemia.
    Is part of: Maedica, January 2012, Vol.7(1), pp.14-9
    Identifier: 2069-6116 (E-ISSN); 23118814 Version (PMID)

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    Literature review concerning the relationship between globalization and regionalization in the world economy

    Balasan, Andrei-Cristian
    IDEAS Working Paper Series from RePEc, 2012
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    Title: Literature review concerning the relationship between globalization and regionalization in the world economy
    Author: Balasan, Andrei-Cristian
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    Description: In this paper we review the literature on regionalization and globalization and implicitly the impact these two processes have over the world economy. Characterized by a several number of studies, this research is focused on different time periods, methodologies and model parameters. We identify the key empirical findings from the literature and analyze the impact of the relationship between globalization and regionalization on prices, wages, capital flows and the labor market. The results offer clear evidence that these two processes are not mutually exclusive and cannot be analyzed separately from each other. Future research should examine closely the impact of globalization and regionalization over population's purchasing power.
    Is part of: IDEAS Working Paper Series from RePEc, 2012

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    RATIONAL CHOICE INSTITUTIONALISM AND THE EUROPEAN NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICY

    Andreea Maha, Andrei – Cristian Balasan
    CES working papers, 01 September 2013, Vol.5(3), pp.323-329 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    GOOD GOVERNANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE XXI CENTURY

    Emilia Cornelia Stoica, Andrei Cristian Stoica
    Challenges of the Knowledge Society, 01 May 2013, Vol.3(-), pp.1307-1312
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    Title: GOOD GOVERNANCE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE XXI CENTURY
    Author: Emilia Cornelia Stoica; Andrei Cristian Stoica
    Subject: Good Governance ; Public Management ; Sustainable Development ; Democracy ; Budget ; Public Authorities ; Sociology & Social History ; Philosophy
    Description: Nowadays, information, goods, people circulate and brew. The evolution of science and technology, market and capital dynamics, the generalization of models of development and living, these changes affect the relationship with the biosphere and threaten its balance at the same time the one becomes aware of the complexity and probably their fragility. Governance, from local to global, is at the heart of those quantitative but also qualitative changes. Governance is the complex regulator system of the human society which manages both the internal and relations with the outside world, which at the same time guarantees the stability and allows adaptation. Governance is an architecture, a set of practices born of practical challenges that societies face, forming a system that allows to formulate general principles. Stating general principles of good governance will help to build a stable and sustainable society, the common frame of reference against which one can lie and act within...
    Is part of: Challenges of the Knowledge Society, 01 May 2013, Vol.3(-), pp.1307-1312
    Identifier: 2068-7796 (ISSN); 2359-9227 (E-ISSN)

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    THE SEPARATION OF POWERS IN THE CONSTITUTIONS OF THE EU MEMBER STATES

    Barbu, Silviu, Ciobanu, Adelina, Popovici, Andrei-Cristian
    Challenges of the Knowledge Society, 2017, pp.401-410
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    Title: THE SEPARATION OF POWERS IN THE CONSTITUTIONS OF THE EU MEMBER STATES
    Author: Barbu, Silviu; Ciobanu, Adelina; Popovici, Andrei-Cristian
    Subject: Theory ; Constitutions ; Constitutional Law ; Politics ; Publishing ; Society ; Separation of Powers ; European Union
    Description: The purpose of this study consists of realizing and offering an overview of the manner in which the principle of separation of powers is consecrated in the constitutions of the EU member states. We thereby aim to prove that there is no direct relationship between the form of government of a state, the expressis verbis constitutional regulation of the principle of separation ofpowers in the state and its effective observance, for the existence of the last fact being necessary the simultaneous concurrence of more social, economic and political factors at the level of the society as a whole. Also, we aim to offer a perspective as realistic and comprehensive as possible regarding what does the principle of separation ofpowers imply, mostly from a legal point of view, as well as about the implications that its respecting or lack of it, as the case, does have at the level of a society. Eventually, we hope to provide a relevant academic study regarding the subject of both great topicality and...
    Is part of: Challenges of the Knowledge Society, 2017, pp.401-410
    Identifier: 20687796 (ISSN); 23599227 (E-ISSN)

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    PUBLIC PROJECTS BETWEEN NECESSITY AND IMPACT

    Emilia Cornelia Stoica, Andrei Cristian Stoica
    Challenges of the Knowledge Society, 01 May 2012, Vol.2(-), pp.1731-1736
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    Title: PUBLIC PROJECTS BETWEEN NECESSITY AND IMPACT
    Author: Emilia Cornelia Stoica; Andrei Cristian Stoica
    Subject: Budgetary Funds ; Grant ; Indicators ; Present Value ; Public Projects ; Ratio ; Social Benefits ; Sociology & Social History ; Philosophy
    Description: The main objective of public projects is to purchase one or more social benefits, targeting communities in which public authorities responsible for implementing these projects were elected. Unlike public projects, the main purpose of the projects undertaken in the private sector consists of maximizing the profit obtained by increasing the activity and / or minimize costs. Therefore, in order to analyze in economic and social terms the impact of development projects it is required, together with analysis of common issues, highlighting the differences between public and private projects. In this sense, we see greater difficulties in evaluating public projects, which should aim at minimizing the costs - as well as private projects - also achieving significant benefits and correctly targeted to the needs of the population, meantime taking into account economic and social present situation. Cost – effectiveness analysis is more difficultly to do, as it involves to estimate some indicators,...
    Is part of: Challenges of the Knowledge Society, 01 May 2012, Vol.2(-), pp.1731-1736
    Identifier: 2068-7796 (ISSN); 2359-9227 (E-ISSN)

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    MACROECONOMIC IMPACT OF DECENTRALIZATION

    Emilia Cornelia Stoica, Andrei Cristian Stoica
    Challenges of the Knowledge Society, 01 May 2014, Vol.4(1), pp.711-718
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    Title: MACROECONOMIC IMPACT OF DECENTRALIZATION
    Author: Emilia Cornelia Stoica; Andrei Cristian Stoica
    Subject: Decentralization ; Sub-National Government ; Efficiency ; Impact ; Imbalances ; Sociology & Social History ; Philosophy
    Description: The concept of decentralization has a variety of expressions, but the meaning generally accepted refers to the transfer of authority and responsibility of the public functions from central government to sub-national public entities or even to the private sector. Decentralization process is complex, affecting many aspects of social and economic life and public management, and its design and implementation cover several stages, depending on the cyclical and structural developments of the country. From an economic perspective, decentralization is seen as a means of primary importance in terms of improving the effectiveness and efficiency of public services and macroeconomic stability due to the redistribution of public finances while in a much closer logic of the government policy objectives. But the decentralization process behaves as well some risks, because it involves the implementation of appropriate mechanisms for the establishment of income and expenditure programming at the...
    Is part of: Challenges of the Knowledge Society, 01 May 2014, Vol.4(1), pp.711-718
    Identifier: 2068-7796 (ISSN); 2359-9227 (E-ISSN)

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    MODERNIZATION OF FINANCIAL RELATIONS BETWEEN PUBLIC CENTRAL AND LOCAL AUTHORITIES

    Stoica, Emilia Cornelia, Stoica, Andrei Cristian
    Lex et scientia, 2010, Vol.XVII(2), pp.201-208 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: MODERNIZATION OF FINANCIAL RELATIONS BETWEEN PUBLIC CENTRAL AND LOCAL AUTHORITIES
    Author: Stoica, Emilia Cornelia; Stoica, Andrei Cristian
    Subject: Economy ; Devolution ; Taxation ; Equilibrum ; Grant ; Indebtedness ; Law
    Description: Financial relations improvement between public central authorities and public local authorities represents, at the same time, a need for the modernize the state administration and a challenge for the policy makers. In this respect, many governments successfully applied performed structurals reforms, from their experiences we can highlight some principles and good practices which can be used to rise the performance of the public financial management.These principles and good practices refer to some aspects that deep the devolution, such as: - emphasizing the public local authorities responsibilities regarding public expenditures; - improvement local taxation and other own local revenues; - better enforcement central – local grants mechanisms; - rising indebtedness capacity, including local public entities repayment capacity. Among the improvement solutions to finance devoluted public services, financial grants from central budgets and funds to local budgets have multiples forms,...
    Is part of: Lex et scientia, 2010, Vol.XVII(2), pp.201-208
    Identifier: 1583-039X (ISSN); 2066-1886 (E-ISSN)