Territorial Regionalization, A Challenge? Territorial Regionalization Effect On Regional Accounts, The Case Of Romania
Part of the national economy, regional economy of a country targeting both the region, as a part of geographical territory, and the enclosures of the free zones, warehouses and factories under customs control located in these regions. Although there are many difficulties in collecting and processing information needed in regional accounts, however, it can be determined by factors such as: regional gross domestic product, household regional accounts, regional accounts of public administration, gross fixed capital by regions balance of payments accounts at regional, national wealth account, etc. Regional accounts, developed by ESA’ 95 methodology, are analogous to national accounts and reflects, in aggregate form, economic flows and relationships between them, studying intra and inter regional links while checking compatibility indicators.
Volume (Year): 3 (2011)
Issue (Month): 39 ()
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