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The notion of “SERVICES” in modern economy

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  • Ciochina, Iuliana
  • Iordache, Carmen
  • Panoiu, Laura
  • Decuseara, Razvan

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The notion of “service” is a very important one, with an increasing role in an expanding economy which becomes the condition of sustainable and long-term development. The technical services that must be assured differ according to the type of product. In Romania, the market economy towards which we are moving today is characterized by an abundant production, an intensive national and foreign competition, a supplying facility all over the region. Through their decisions, consumers and users direct production, encouraging thus distributors through their forms of distribution. In all companies the commercial function includes a series of activities that concentrate on "obtaining an optimal market quota, achieving benefits indispensable for an efficient activity, and meeting consumers and users' requirements ". This conception identifies with the marketing one, and the services become an integral part of the dynamics that characterizes the actions which complete the proper commercial administration. The company must pay much attention to all these, the services being considered successful facts and elements that generate actions which must be included in activities such as selling, advertising and promoting.

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  • Ciochina, Iuliana & Iordache, Carmen & Panoiu, Laura & Decuseara, Razvan, 2008. "The notion of “SERVICES” in modern economy," MPRA Paper 6810, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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    Keywords

    marketing; service; client;

    JEL classification:

    • M31 - Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting; Personnel Economics - - Marketing and Advertising - - - Marketing
    • L84 - Industrial Organization - - Industry Studies: Services - - - Personal, Professional, and Business Services

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