Educational system face to face with the challenges of the business environment; developing the skills of the Romanian entrepreneurs
AbstractThe climate dominated by the economic-financial crisis represents a challenge both for the experienced firms and the new entrepreneurial ideas. Those who have succeeded in finding the most appropriate reforming solutions, within the current context, can be regarded at present as references for those who dare go down the road of entrepreneurship in times like these. The legislative and institutional framework, both at the European level and national level, comes to the rescue of the entrepreneurs whose strategies need to be permanently up-to-date and adjusted to the international competition. The Romanian entrepreneurship possesses the necessary development potential and rapid growth, but in order to capitalize on these assets, the young entrepreneurs must think innovatively, tend to perfection and take the risk of their actions. Hence, the traditional approach within schools, the one focusing only on the supply of basic skills in order to get a job, is no longer sufficient. The globalization phenomenon has accelerated over the last decades, which implies the adjustment of the educational system to the new challenges of the business environment, always in motion, both domestically and internationally.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by University of Craiova, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration in its journal Annals of Computational Economics.
Volume (Year): 1 (2011)
Issue (Month): 39 ()
entrepreneurship; skills; SME; business environment;
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