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Change – “The Engine” Of Existence. Case Study:Romania And Its Continuous Change Process


  • Anca Cruceru

    (Romanian American University in Bucharest)


Should there be no change, no technical and economic progress would exist, either, not to mention that humanity would not be able to evolve; that is to say: humanity would not exist, as a matter of fact. The XXI-th century has been confronted with a series of changes, be them of an economic, political, social, cultural, technological nature, or of any other nature, that “give birth” to diverse phenomena and processes that, along the run, shall trigger the modification of economy, society, organization, management and of the human resource – the new worldwide tendencies. It is only based on being aware of the theoretical notions that refer to the change process, and, also based on being accustomed to the concrete elements from the economic, political and social reality, that we shall be able to apply the management of change, and this would result in benefits and advantages both at the macro-economic level, and at the micro-economic one, as well. From this point of view, Romania that is currently crssing an economic crisis, crisis to be actually a worldwide phenomenon,comes as a very good example. Not too much talk shall be made either with reference to the causes that resulted in the appearance of this global economic crisis, or with reference to the consequences of this one on our country since the subject of the present paper focuses on the managerial change. In other words, our interest goes to the way in which this crisis affects the organizations (the trading companies) from Romania.

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  • Anca Cruceru, 2010. "Change – “The Engine” Of Existence. Case Study:Romania And Its Continuous Change Process," Romanian Economic Business Review, Romanian-American University, vol. 5(1), pages 121-131, March.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:journl:v:5:y:2010:i:1:p:121-131

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