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The Development - Trojan Horse


  • Miltiade Stanciu
  • Laura Vladuca


The evolution of meaning of integration is the natural development, good and normal for all states involved in this process, with the ultimate goal of increasing the welfare and living standards for their populations. The benefits of development should enjoy more numerous groups of people. Promoting collective responsibility for development to underpin social economy encumbered the common good must be the path to healthy development. The European construction sustainability must be based on assimilation integration spiritual values in people, as Europeans, to think, think, act, live and hope. If the results of integration are realized gradually and not immediately felt in every country, the confidence in integration gradually diminishes and the development process of each country is slowly but surely turning into a European Trojan horse.

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  • Miltiade Stanciu & Laura Vladuca, 2010. "The Development - Trojan Horse," European Research Studies Journal, European Research Studies Journal, vol. 0(2), pages 125-136.
  • Handle: RePEc:ers:journl:v:xiii:y:2010:i:2:p:125-136

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