Acta Universitatis Danubius. Œconomica

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Frequency:  6 issues per year (28 February, 30 April, 30 June, 30 August, 30 October, 15 December)
Print ISSN: 2065-0175
Online ISSN: 2067 – 340X 


The Faculty of Economic Sciences of the “Danubius” University from Galaţi, Romania, has started publishing a scientific review: Acta Universitatis Danubius. Œconomica, since 2005, in English and French language, that is distributed both nationally and internationally and its main domain of study is economics. The theme of the review is very diverse. The scientific published articles encompass economic areas, from general economic theory, management, marketing, commerce, finance, accounting, insurance, banks and stock exchanges, economic analysis, international economic relations to economic mathematics and informatics, financial and commercial law and history of economics. The review presents theoretical studies from all fields of economic activity, combining theoretical approaches with the presentation of practical cases, providing well documented answers to a wide range of issues encountered in the economic environment. The review represents the theoretical and empirical studies in all economic areas and it is written by authors that are mainly from the academic world, but also researchers, master’s students, managers, entrepreneurs, business people, etc.

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Vol 12, No 2 (2016)

Table of Contents

Business Administration and Business Economics

Strategic human resource metrics: a perspective of the general systems theory PDF
Chux Gervase Iwu, Lloyd Kapondoro, Michael Twum-Darko, Thobekani Lose

Actualities in the Cadastral Identification and the Measurement of Real Estate Property PDF
Mihaela Cristina Onica, Camelia Madalina Orac

The influence of employee Share Ownership Schemes on Firm Performance: The case of Zimbabwean firms. PDF
Maxwell Sandada, Batanai Kamunyaru, Asphat Muposhi

Knowledge-Centered Culture and Knowledge-Oriented Leadership as the Key Enablers of Knowledge Creation Process: A Study of Corporate Sector in Pakistan PDF
Arslan Ayub

Rate in Nigeria Fiscal Policy and Term Structure of Interest PDF
Isiaq Olasunkanmi Oseni, Bolaji A Adesoye

Financial Institutions and Services

RULES OF REMUNERATION OF MATERIAL RISK TAKERS AND THEIR IMPLEMENTATION IN THE EUROPEAN BANKS PDF
József Tóth

Performance Evaluation of Some Index Funds-Indian Perspective
PRANAV MISHRA

Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics

Impact of Macroeconomic Policies on Poverty and Unemployment Rates in Nigeria. Implications for Attaining Inclusive Growth
Philip Ifeakachukwu Nwosa

THE MACROECONOMIC IMPACT OF EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE (EVD): A CONTRIBUTION TO THE EMPIRICS OF GROWTH
efayena oba obukohwo

The economic growth– foreign direct investment nexus
Nedra Chakroun Baklouti, Younes Boujelbene

Financial, Public and Regional Economics

The Degree of Autonomy of the Romanian Local Public Expenditures
Maria Letitia Andronic

Quality of Life across the European Union: a Regional Approach
Romeo-Victor Ionescu

ALBANIA RESIDENTIAL PRICES
Luciana Kabello Koprencka

Volatility transmission between Dow Jones Stock Index and Emerging Bond Index
amir saadaoui

Impact of SNB decision to unpeg the franc from euro on financial markets: event study approach
Cristian Dumitru Oanea, Stela Jakova

Tourism and Sustainable Development

The Competitiveness of Settlements with SPAS in some Central European Regions
Marta Bakucz, Zsuzsanna Pótó, Ádám Köbli

SYMMETRIES AND ASYMMETRIES IN THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF EUROPEAN UNION VERSUS ROMANIA
Viorica Puscaciu, Florin-Dan Puscaciu, Rose-Marie Puscaciu

Mathematical and Quantative Methods

The relationship between spatial interdependencies in the European Union and the Trade - I
Catalin Angelo Ioan, Gina Ioan