G. Kharlamova, PhD in Economics, associate professor (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv), V. Nesterenko, economist ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS VS ECONOMIC(AL) ECOLOGY

Abstract. Currently world faces the dilemma – ecological economy or economic(al) ecology. The researchers produce hundreds of surveys on the topic. However the analyses of recent most cited simulations had shown the diversity of results. Thus, for some states the Kuznets environmental curve has place, for others – no. Continue reading

A. Văcar, PhD, Teaching Assistant Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Sibiu, Romania THE USE OF PROJECTS IN GENERATING CHANGE IN ORGANIZATIONS

The article above is part of a research conducted in order to evidence the role of leaders in generating change in organizations and to observe the methods and techniques used, knowing that projects and their management are tools for implementing change in organizations. Continue reading

C. Oprean, Associate Professor S. Stan, PhD student Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Sibiu, Romania THE IMPORTANCE OF INVESTING IN EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT. THE CASE OF ROMANIA

In this article, we expect to underscore the importance of investment in education for sustainable human development by analysing the degree of correlation and interdependence that exists in Romania, between the Human Development Index Continue reading

V. Nicula, PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, S. Spânu, PhD in Economics “Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu, Romania RURAL TOURISM AND AGRITOURISM – FORMS OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN MĂRGINIMEA SIBIULUI

The delightful geographical framework, the purity of nature, the accessibility of places, the richness and diversity of cultural heritage, make Mărginimea Sibiului an area with great tourism potential. Continue reading

S. Bumbescu, PhD Student 1 Decembrie 1918 University of Alba Iulia, România ANALYSIS MODELS OF PROFITABILITY IN AGRICULTURE

In this article there is developed a synthetic theoretical framework regarding the profitability analysis through economic and financial rates of return using different models, and also it is made a case study on the similarities and differences between various models of rates of return analysis in agriculture. Continue reading