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The Economic Continental Unions Of The 21st Century


  • Cristian Giuseppe Zaharie

    (Romanian American University)

  • Ştefania-Diana Ioniţă-Burda

    (Romanian American University)

  • Anca Bălăşoiu

    (Romanian American University)


The present study proposes a display of the forming and developing of the modern economic continental unions within the context of the latest economic evolutions. Also, it presents an amazing parallel between the map of the new post-war world, as it was imagined by the visionary Maurice Gomberg and the latest evolutions regarding new world’s order reconfiguration.

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  • Cristian Giuseppe Zaharie & Ştefania-Diana Ioniţă-Burda & Anca Bălăşoiu, 2010. "The Economic Continental Unions Of The 21st Century," Romanian Economic Business Review, Romanian-American University, vol. 5(3), pages 190-203, September.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:journl:v:5:y:2010:i:3:p:190-203

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