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Book review: Fiscal and budgetary policies and mechanisms (authors: Florin Marcel NUTA & Alina Cristina NUTA)

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  • Paunescu Coriolan

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TThis volume was publish under "STUD-COMP-IMM" Project - Studies on yhe SMEs Sector's Competitiveness with the Aim of Increasing the Regional and Local Durable Growth through Ecomonic and Financial Policies. Authors Florin Marcel Nuta and Alina Cristina Nuta, lecturers at the Danubius University of Galati, organizes material in question, in four chapters and no more than 14 chapters, starting with reviewing the principles, objectives, tools and reference fields that define substance and, of course, budgetary and fiscal policy issues,the state is seen as a breadwinner the theory and practice in the field.

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  • Paunescu Coriolan, 2010. "Book review: Fiscal and budgetary policies and mechanisms (authors: Florin Marcel NUTA & Alina Cristina NUTA)," EuroEconomica, Danubius University of Galati, issue 26, pages 122-124, November.
  • Handle: RePEc:dug:journl:y:2010:i:26:p:122-124
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