EuroEconomica

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Frequency:  2 issues per year (May, November)
Print ISSN:   1582-8859
Online ISSN: 2065-3883


The Danubius University of Galati is renewing and relaunches the journal entitled EuroEconomica. Our scientific review aims at promoting an interdisciplinary approach on a large range of topics covering economic phenomena and the major intellectual trends in Economic theory and Business Administration. EuroEconomica seeks to provide a framework for merging ideas from various fields studying the complex world of business and the relationships between society and business.

It is the editors’ firm belief that such a line of approach will contribute to the development of economic knowledge and the understanding of current economic issues. However, the editors intend to stimulate authors to engage in interdisciplinary research and that is why the journal does not have a given ideological target or subject.

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Vol 34, No 2 (2015)

Table of Contents

Country Case Studies

Comparative analysis multiple criteria for the choice of a common transport system in Rabat (Morocco) PDF HTML
Badreddine El Goumi, Mohammed El Khomssi, Ghizlane Chaibi

Fuzzy multidimensional inequality measurement. Policies to reduce inequality in Tunisia PDF HTML
Lamia Hasnaoui, Besma Belhadj

Albania economy toward official euroisation PDF HTML
Erjola Barbullushi, Senida Boshti

Welfare and Poverty

Poverty: A socio-economic threat to sustainable development as envisioned by South Africa’s transformative regime PDF HTML
Mashele Rapatsa

Finance, Banking and Accounting

Forecasting changes in the South African volatility index. A comparison of methods PDF HTML
Ushir Harrilall, Yudhvir Seetharam

Financial consumer protection and customer satisfaction. A relationship study by using factor analysis and discriminant analysis PDF HTML
Marimuthu Selvakumar, Veluchamy Sathyalakshmi

Business Administration

Balanced Scorecard: Organizational performance management instrument PDF HTML
Nicoleta Constandache, Gheorghe Chiru

Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics

Examination of the effects of public spending and trade policy on real exchange rate in Cameroon PDF HTML
Victalice Ngimanang Achamoh, Francis Menjo Baye

Foreign direct investment vs domestic investment across the European Union. Case study: Romania PDF HTML
Romeo-Victor Ionescu

Employment and productivity. The role of the tax wedge. PDF HTML
Andrea Festa

Linkage of Financial development with electricity-growth nexus of India and Pakistan PDF HTML
Adnan Rashid, Naveed Yousaf

Evolution and consequences of economic crisis in Romania PDF HTML
Gina Ioan, Catalin Angelo Ioan