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Expression Of Circular Economy And Waste Abolition In Conventional Urban Areas

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  • Ilie Ionel CIUCLEA

    ()

    (University of Petroșani, 20 Universității Str., 332006, Petroșani, Hunedoara County, Romania)

  • Ioan I. GÂF-DEAC
  • Cristina Monica VALECA

    ()

    (University of Pitești, Nuclear Research Institute (ICN))

  • Elena GURGU

    ()

    (Faculty of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest)

The article shows that using of estimates, evaluations, extrapolations, interpolations, trend setting etc. is a valuable supporting measure of overall / global decision-makers in the field of consumer finance and needs. On the other hand, a "zero growth rate" is not acceptable as a term with constant applicability over time. It is noteworthy that the recovery, reuse, circular economic recycling takes part in the conceptual devolution of resource limits. The problem of waste in such a vision, in conventional urban areas (treated in doctoral researches conducted by I.I.Ciuca in 2014-2016) is no longer a "problem", but an input factor in the general system evolutionary human society. The sources of knowledge and innovation found in the circular economy are extensively described on the basis of the research of the abovementioned authors, and they conclude that these are found in the overlapping of the knowledge areas and the "technological/economic circular progress", taking into account the foundations for good creativity.

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

Volume (Year): 4 (2017)
Issue (Month): 1 (November)
Pages: 65-70

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