Reindustrializarea României: politici şi strategii (II)
Romania has known in the last 20 years a deindustrialisation process (like other Eastern� European countries) firstly caused by a profound system crisis. And for the same 20 years, Romania seems like is running away from the idea of industrial policy. But there is nothing wrong with having an industrial policy. The EU has one, and is also promoting it through the Europe 2020 Strategy.�
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Volume (Year): (2010)
Issue (Month): 03 (September)
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