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Educația Economică Și De Antreprenoriat - O Condiție Necesară Pentru Dezvoltarea Antreprenoriatului Local


  • Maria Irina DROMERESCHI

    (“Anghel Saligny” Technical College, Bacău)


Whatever his/her professional development would be, a young person needs a natural transition from being qualified to being competent. Here we find the dimensions of a multi-faceted investment in three areas: knowledge, „savoir-faire” or skill, and „savoir-etre” or compliance with one’s own position. All current economic issues are debated in terms of : value, integrity, character, knowledge, vision, responsibility, self-control, social integration, team work, community, competence, social responsibility, quality of life, fulfilment, leadership, duty, purpose, dignity, meaning. Scale technology needs people who have the future in their blood. That is why the basic aim of education should be to enhance the ability to adapt. When applied, the principle of diversity would result in a single system of techniques which work in three crucial areas : study, human relatioships and option. The ability to live involves different ways of sending information and behaviour simultanously and it will be the modern educator’s tool in making judgements. This paper assumes that economic education in general and entrepreneurship in paricular, help young people to perceive, to identify and to understand the factors that, influence their life quality directly or indirectly, to contribute to the development of the economy, and to a better management of society. Moreover, entrepreneurship education instils respect for value, work and innovation. One way of putting this kind of education into practice is by school partnerships.

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  • Maria Irina DROMERESCHI, 2013. "Educația Economică Și De Antreprenoriat - O Condiție Necesară Pentru Dezvoltarea Antreprenoriatului Local," Management Intercultural, Fundația Română pentru Inteligența Afacerii, Editorial Department, issue 27, pages 29-33, February.
  • Handle: RePEc:cmj:interc:y:2013:i:27:p:29-33

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    Economic education; Entrepreneurship education; Entrepreneurship; Partnership school;

    JEL classification:

    • I25 - Health, Education, and Welfare - - Education - - - Education and Economic Development
    • L26 - Industrial Organization - - Firm Objectives, Organization, and Behavior - - - Entrepreneurship


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