The Role of Competition in the Consolidation of Romania’s Market Economy
Retrospective development of Romanian economy may lead to the conclusion that it has been marked by transition, being conceived as a long and complex process of transit from one type of society to another, taking into consideration the fact according to which the concept of evolution combines institutions, structures and elements of the new society along with those of the previous one. Historically, modern Romanian economic life in all its aspects, has been under the influence of Western models and experiences.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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