R. Orastean, PhD in Economiscs, Associate Professor Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Sibiu, Romania FINANCIAL GLOBALIZATION – GLOBAL IMBALANCES – GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS

In the context of globalization, global financial crisis reflected the evolution of the relation global finance – global economy. The paper focuses on two issues. First, we review a part of the literature regarding the costs and benefits of financial globalization and the links between financial Continue reading

E. Kahya Ozyirmidokuz, Assistant Professor, PhD Erciyes University, Turkey, E. A. Stoica, Lecturer, PhD “Lucian Blaga” University, Sibiu, Romania EMOTION BASED ANALYSIS OF TURKISH CUSTOMER OPINIONS

Firms should manage their customer feedback so they can adapt to rapid changes in the environment. They have to interact with their customers to understand them and to turn their opinions into useful knowledge. Understanding customers’ feelings about a product gives firmS competitive advantage Continue reading

E. Dascalu, PhD, Professor Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania, L. Nasta, PhD Student Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania SAMPLING IN EXTERNAL AUDIT – THE MONETARY UNIT SAMPLING METHOD

This article approaches the general issue of diminishing the evidence investigation space in audit activities, by means of sampling techniques, given that in the instance of a significant data volume an exhaustive examination of the assessed popula¬tion is not possible and/or effective. The general Continue reading

A. Bulent, Doctor of Sciences, Professor Anadolu University, Department of Economics Unit of Southeastern Anatolia Project (GAP), Eskisehir,Turkey NEW HORIZONS IN CULTURAL ECONOMICS: SOUTHEASTERN ANATOLIA REGION IN UPPER MESOPOTAMIA AS A CASE STUDY

When rich cultural structure, geo-politic, geo-strategic structures of the region are considered will have an important role in the cultural economy of the region. For this reason, it is important to Continue reading

O. Chernyak, Doctor of Sciences (Economics), Professor, B. Yakymchuk, economist Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine THE SIGNAL APPROACH TO MODELLING THE BALANCE OF PAYMENT CRISIS

The paper considers and presents synthesis of theoretical models of balance of payment crisis and investigates the most effective ways to model the crisis in Ukraine. For mathematical formalization of balance of payment crisis, comparative analysis of the effectiveness of different calculation Continue reading