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Durable Development And Global Evolutions

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  • Ion Popescu
  • Aurelian Bondrea
  • Marin Comsa

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The academic and scientific world, in solidarity becoming emblematic, it was and remains sensible to social, economic and moral challenges, making generous efforts for finding reasonable and appropriate solutions, capable to release the stress of conflicting state of facts until it is not too late. So, after a long period of time it analyzed major problems as: unemployment, inflation, interests, external debts, competition, international working division and budgetary deficits, aspects concerning the theory and economic practice, for which classical explorations provided satisfactory answers, now there is the time for ultimate questions, one more awkward than the other.

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  • Ion Popescu & Aurelian Bondrea & Marin Comsa, 2006. "Durable Development And Global Evolutions," Journal of Applied Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Faculty of Financial Management and Accounting Craiova, vol. 1(1(1)_2006), pages 29-40.
  • Handle: RePEc:ush:jaessh:v:1:y:2006:i:1(1)_2006:p:29-40
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    durable development; resources; environment;

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