Nominal and Real Convergence in the Process of Single Currency Adoption in the New EU Member Countries
AbstractThe theme “Nominal and Real Convergence in the Process of Single Currency Adoption in the New EU Member Countries”, is part of a first priority field for the development of the scientific knowledge as it aims, through interdisciplinary, economic, sociological and anthropological research and disseminations, at finding answers to the question which are the influences and the impact of the adherence program to the EURO zone over the commercial banks practices from Romania and the countries recent adherence to the European Union, in the context of integration and the businesses in the European environment. As secondary objectives, the theme will contribute to opening new directions for research and to exploiting the economic research field, having a potential impact on the new trends of development in science, and through the hinted participants will help promoting scientific collaboration between researchers from different countries and with different professional background, including for participating in European and international projects.
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Issue (Month): 2 (October)
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Nominal Convergence; Real Convergence; Single Currency; New EU Member Countries;
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