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The Place, Role and Imperative of the Functional and Informatics Integration of the Economic Situational Information

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  • Tudor Stefan LEAHU

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Concepts of economic information are analyzed, transforming, processing, carried out the general classification and elucidated their conceptual content. Also, it's established the place, the role, interconnections and interactions of economic informative subsystems. Starting of the composition and structure of the unitary economic informational process, are highlighted the categories of the stages and operations of this process, the succession of the achievement, current situation ways and prospects of its integral informatics achievement. The necessity of the conscientiousness and consideration of situational information (informative, descriptive) as a decisive factor of the interspersing and interconnection of the material compartment and decisional informational under compartment of the unitary economic administrational process is motivated. The essential factors what motivated the integration of functional and informatics processing of situational information of the unitary economic managerial process are revealed in evidence, enumerated and examined.

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  • Tudor Stefan LEAHU, 2013. "The Place, Role and Imperative of the Functional and Informatics Integration of the Economic Situational Information," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 17(1), pages 175-192.
  • Handle: RePEc:aes:infoec:v:17:y:2013:i:1:p:175-192
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