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Global Financial Cycle and International Production Networks. International Investment Position of Romania through its Main Ingredients

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  • Elena GURGU

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    (Spiru Haret University, Faculty of Economic Sciences)

  • Aristide COCIUBAN

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    (Spiru Haret University)

In this article we intend to approach the global financial cycle and the international production networks, as well as Romania’s international investment position through its main components. The targets relate to: the global financial cycle and the recent experience of emerging economies, describing global production networks, the implications of extending international production networks, the influence of trade integration on economic development. Also, we approach the evolution of investments in our country in 2015, with reference to international reserves, gross external debt and net external debt. Drawn conclusions refer to mitigating the contagion effects generated by the increase of the degree of global financial integration.

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Article provided by Spiru Haret University in its journal Published in Procedia of Economics and Business Administration.

Volume (Year): 3 (2016)
Issue (Month): 1 (October)
Pages: 97-105

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