Industry structure analysis. A case of Romania
AbstractThe last years reflect, in term of macroeconomic development, the continuing advances in market-oriented reforms in the most countries of Central and Eastern Europe. Transition in this economic area includes the restructuring of politic, economic and social systems in accordance with the European Integration Directives and local industry policy, with the movements of the economic environment. Our proposed model tries to define the structure of the basic industry components, the stability degree and the intensity of the measures to be use for restructuring the industrial offer and Romanian regional structure (existing and estimated). This model is design as a link between the Pareto’s model and the Markov’s Chains transitions. The target of industrial policy is to obtain an economic environment that characterizes a stable market economy.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 25110.
Date of creation: 13 Sep 2006
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industry; sector analysis; regional analysis; structure; Markov chains;
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