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Analiză privind performanţele sectorului de afaceri din România în contextul crizei economice mondiale

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  • Rizea (Pirnea), Ionela Carmen

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Economists argue that the SME sector is the most important Romanian economy and also the only sector that can bring economic recovery. The entrepreneurs are the key to economic recovery and stimulates the enhancement of SMEs to contribute to ensuring economic growth resources in difficult times. Paper aims to reflect the impact of global economic crisis on the number of SME development in Romania. The article is based on an analysis of research conducted by the Doing Business Report 2010, at the level of 183 countries worldwide. Article highlights the performance of the business environment in Romania, according to Romania's position on the indicators evaluated in the league.

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  • Rizea (Pirnea), Ionela Carmen, 2011. "Analiză privind performanţele sectorului de afaceri din România în contextul crizei economice mondiale," MPRA Paper 31475, University Library of Munich, Germany, revised 11 Jun 2011.
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    Keywords

    performance; economic crisis; SMEs; indicator;

    JEL classification:

    • L25 - Industrial Organization - - Firm Objectives, Organization, and Behavior - - - Firm Performance

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