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Accounting Requirements And Records On Bank Subscribed Capital Compliance With European Directives





The doctrine of ‘sustainable development’ derives from a discipline in economics that has been evolving for almost two humanity’s burgeoning population began with the work of the English political economist Thomas Malthus in the early 1800’s. As development policy has evolved, different approaches have been emphasized at different times. The original emphasis was on promoting more productive agriculture and industrialization. Education, Nutrition, health, sanitation and employment for the poor were the central components of this approach-reflecting on acknowledgment that the benefits of development did not necessarily “trickle down” to those who needed them most. This perspective inspired the creation of the United Nations Development Program’s Human Development Index, which uses health and education measures together with Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to calculate an overall index of development success. This study aims to analyze the sustainable and regional development of Romania, using development indicators. In the literature, there are lots of studies evaluating the sustainable and regional development using alternative empirical approaches. Regional sustainable development is so important for policy makers because if there is a differences in terms of regions, this can be affect the economy. We use spatial econometric techniques to determine the similarities and dissimilarities among the regions of Romania.

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  • Isin Ceti̇n, 2017. "Accounting Requirements And Records On Bank Subscribed Capital Compliance With European Directives," Annals - Economy Series, Constantin Brancusi University, Faculty of Economics, vol. 1, pages 52-68, February.
  • Handle: RePEc:cbu:jrnlec:y:2017:v:1:p:52-68

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