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Liberties and Constraints during the Transition Process of the Romanian Cultural Industries

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  • Octavian STIREANU

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    The study analyses main economic, social and political problems concerning the transformation process of the editing, printing and publishing sector in Romania, as an important part of CORE copyright-based industries during the transition to market mechanisms. A series of economic, financial, institutional, social and political aspects of this sector are presented from the viewpoint of its well-functioning in a democratic society, in accordance with EU standards and sustainable development needs. It points out the way of optimal combination between economic contribution of the sector and its sound educational role for the whole society, trying to answer the question if free market does generate genuine free publishing activities.

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    Article provided by Institute of National Economy in its journal Romanian Journal of Economics.

    Volume (Year): 29 (2009(XIX))
    Issue (Month): 2(38) (December)
    Pages: 55-84

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    Handle: RePEc:ine:journl:v:2:y:2009:i:38:p:55-84

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    Keywords: economic contribution of copyright-based industries; free market of publishing activities; technological and professional changes; relationship between publishing sector; ownership and political power.;

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