Socio-economic Models During the Period of Crisis
The article analyses the state involving importance in finding the solutions for getting over the present economic crisis through responsibility, the labor relations and the affairs environment regulation and the income redistribution. Into this work, are analyzed the 4 socio-economic European models: the Anglo-Saxon liberal model, the Scandinavian universalistic model, the continental corporatist model, the Mediterranean model and the European Union countries position into these models. Also, are pointed out the EU countries economic performances by analyzing the rankings of these countries on base of Global Competitiveness Index 2010-2011 and the evolution of this index during 2009-2011. The article follows to underline the necessity of the state action for durable, healthy, sustainable economic growth, capable for getting over the economic crisis and for ensuring the social welfare and economic competitiveness.
Volume (Year): XVIII(2011) (2011)
Issue (Month): 9(562) (September)
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