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Organic Products - A Chance To Make The Agriculture Of Romania In The European Union And A Solution To Economic Crisis


  • Elena Enache

    (Associate Professor of Marketing at the “Constantin Brâncoveanu” University)

  • Geanina Tudose

    (Assistant Professor of Economic and Financial Analysis at the “Constantin Brâncoveanu” University)

  • Camelia Vechiu

    (Associate Professor of Management and Banking at the “Constantin Brâncoveanu” University)


Sustainable development is development that combines the present requirements without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Sustainability is therefore characterized by three main aspects often in conflict: the economic aspect (effectiveness), the social (equity) and environmental (pollution, degradation). In the agricultural sector link between efficiency, equity and environment is very necessary. Economic performance in agriculture depends primarily on availability and quality of natural resources. Environmental damage may adversely affect agricultural productivity and income, which in turn may be pressure on economic and social structure in rural communities. Thus, in the current economic crisis, the experts recommended as solutions three main directions of interest: tourism, investments in renewable energy and organic farming.

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  • Elena Enache & Geanina Tudose & Camelia Vechiu, 2009. "Organic Products - A Chance To Make The Agriculture Of Romania In The European Union And A Solution To Economic Crisis," Romanian Economic Business Review, Romanian-American University, vol. 4(4), pages 133-140, Winter.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:journl:v:4:y:2009:i:4:p:133-140

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