Journal of Danubian Studies and Research

Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
  • Frequency:  2 issues per year (October)
  • Print ISSN:  2284 – 5224
  • Online ISSN: 2392 – 8050  

The Journal of Danubian Studies and Research is a trilingual publication (English, French and Russian) of the Danubian Studies and Research Center; it represents a scientific debate on the broad issue of the Danubian context. Although it seems circumscribed to the local area, the journal opens towards cultural studies, Europeism and cross-border realities, having as objective the reconstruction of an area of excellence in a significant part of Europe - the Danube Basin, with all that it implies in a high intellectual academic approach. Through the collaboration of universities in Republic of Moldova and Ukraine there are created the premises for opening towards other institutions of higher education in Central and SE Europe. We aim at having a Danubian community focused on a well defined problematic, thus creating a high quality scientific publication.

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Vol 7, No 1 (2017)

Table of Contents

Danubian Economy and Legislation

The Theory-Normative Aspects on the Administrative Responsibility in the Republic of Moldova PDF
Natalia Saitarli

Revocation of the Donation in the Legislation of the Republic of Moldova and the Russian Federation PDF
Victoria Scripnic

Some Aspects on Multilateral Cooperation for Danube Protection PDF
Constantin Tanase

Jurisprudence Delimitations of Fraud Offense PDF
Monica Pocora

The Impact of Internet and E-commerce on Economic Growth PDF
Svetlana Birlea, Ana Capatina

Water Quality Discharged from Galati Town Area Throw Sewerage Network, in the Danube River PDF
Stefan Dragomir, Georgeta Dragomir

Study and Analysis on the Instability of Galati Town at Danube Cliff Area PDF
Stefan Dragomir, Georgeta Dragomir

Methodical Maintenance of Building Marketing Mix Innovation in the Region
Tatiana Metil

Investment Potential of the Danube Region
Olena Yakovenko

The Financial Situation of the Southern Bessarabian Cities During the Initial Period of the First World War (on materials of the National Archives of the Republic of Moldova)
Viktor Drozdov

Inter-municipal Cooperation – an Alternative Solution for the Amalgamation Projects?
Sergiu Cornea

Effects of Some Human Activities in the Water Catchment Area of Argeş, Tributary River of the Danube
Anca Turtureanu, Leonard Magdalin Dorobăț, Codruța Mihaela Dobrescu

European Construction between Desideratum and Realities

The Presentation of the History of the European Integration in Albanian Curricula and Textbooks
Esilda Luku