Consulting Services – A Booming Niche Within The Tertiary Sector Of Our Economy?
The paper aims to analyze the current status of the consulting services within our beleagured economy, and tries to foresee the growth perspectives which this subsector may present for it. The accent is put on consulting, from human resources to IT, with the core element being European funding, a subject which is overly debated within the media nowadays. The paper also tries to distinguish between the different types of consulting firms, as well as whether or not consultance for European funds, given by Romanian consultants has been booming or just busted, in terms of succesful projects. The main issues of the consulting sector are analyzed, with the stated purpose of trying to propose new solutions for existing issues concerning business consulting in our country. The context of the current paper is given by the trumendous accent which is being put on accelerating the absorbtion process for European funding, both by politicians and economists.
Volume (Year): 7 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (April)
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