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Social Crisis - An Impediment To Sustainable Development

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  • Capmare Irina-Cosmina


    (National Institute for Economic Research, Romanian Academy,)

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    This paper is about social crisis and sets to give a dimension for this non- effective current. The paper is addressed to all persons interested in this domain, especially for those that work in this sector (non-governmental sector, third sector) and that need to have a better perspective on the situation. The methodology was based on self documentation which involved a wide range of materials: reports, case studies, paper works, articles, specific sites, European Union guides. This paper underlines the bad influence of the social crisis on sustainable development. My research includes both quantitative and qualitative dates; the ideas are embraced by my own convictions on the topic and tend to express also my beliefs on the matter. The added value of the paper is provided by the elements brought together: the topic, which, as common as can be, has a critical importance for the economy, blended with new information related to European Union Funds abortion and statistic dates regarding the work market in our country. The paper starts with an introduction that offers general information about the topic, a short background on the next headlines. As follows, each headline surprises with punctual elements of social crisis: determinant causes, solutions found, institutions involved, conclusions. The results of the paper shows that institutions in Romania are concerned about this situation and fight to bring out the best solutions, even if community is not totally prepared to accept it. Besides Romanian institutions, we have the support of the European Commission, through the European Union Funds. The Commission brings also the know-how of the other European Union Countries that confronted with these situations and, in better conditions know, sets here good practices within the projects they finance. This paper should be read and acknowledged as a base for the social economy development and it aims to create an interest for more persons in contributing to the strategic growth of the country and people.

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    Article provided by University of Oradea, Faculty of Economics in its journal The Journal of the Faculty of Economics - Economic.

    Volume (Year): 1 (2013)
    Issue (Month): 1 (July)
    Pages: 225-233

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    Handle: RePEc:ora:journl:v:1:y:2013:i:1:p:225-233
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