EuroEconomica, Vol 32, No 2 (2013)

Romania’s Integration in the European Union. Comapartive Study of the Perception upon Transport Development in Romania and Republic of Moldova

Camelia Soponaru, Claudia Iuliana Bobalca


Romania’s Integration in the European Union brought significant changes in Romanian consumer behavior. After six years since the great event it is interesting to discover the effects of the integration upon the consumer, regarding transport services.  The purpose of the present research is to investigate the perceptions of Romanian consumers about the development of transport but also our goal is to compare these results with the one from Republic of Moldova. We used both qualitative and quantitative research. First we organized an exploratory research based on depth interviews and in the second part of the study we conducted a quantitative survey on 144 subjects from Romania and Republic of Moldova, with ages between 35 and 50 years. The results show the existence of significant differences between the perceptions of the consumers from Romania and Republic of Moldova.


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