Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

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  • White Papers // Jul 2013

    Security Principles in ERP Systems

    Enterprise resource planning systems are a critical component nowadays of any private company or public institution. Because of their complexity and their importance to all the core functions of an organization, security represents a major concern that's often overlooked besides the standard set-up. In this paper, the author will explain...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2013

    Increasing Distributed IT&C Application Security

    The development of distributed IT & C applications - DIA is presented alongside their main characteristics and the actors involved in activities through-out their lifecycle are identified in the before-mentioned scope. Aspects pertaining security risks, as well as methods of enhancing security, are detailed by DIA architectural features. The analysis...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    Combining Business Intelligence with Cloud Computing to Delivery Agility in Actual Economy

    The present economic crisis experienced by all the states of the world orients more and more the information technology industry towards efficiency. One of the instruments that can provide efficiency to an organization is Cloud Computing. At the same time, any organization is striving to become intelligent and to achieve...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2012

    Six Sigma - Strategic Option for Enabling Synergies within Business Process Management

    Six Sigma is highly regarded by most practitioners in the area of quality being a cutting edge philosophy/concept that is directed towards continuous improvement. In research the benefits of Six Sigma are described especially in the area of manufacturing. Six Sigma and Business Process Management are two concepts that became...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2012

    An Alternative Solution to Https for Secure Access to Web Services

    In this paper, the authors present a solution for accessing web services in a light-secure way. Because the payload of the messages is not so sensitive, it is taken care only about protecting the user name and the password used for authentication and authorization into the web services system. The...

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  • White Papers // May 2012

    SOA - An Architecture Which Creates a Flexible Link Between Business Processes and IT

    To be viable, a company must be adapted continuously to the market's requirements. The adaption of a company to the market's requirements means also changes in the business processes of the firm. Till several years ago, in any enterprise there was a strong link between business processes and IT applications....

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  • White Papers // Dec 2011

    Enterprise 2.0 - Is the Market Ready?

    Enterprise 2.0 family technologies have growing popularity, the cloud computing market is growing rapidly and, as a consequence, companies of all sizes start to evaluate the potential fit. The use of \"Software as a Service\", \"Platform as a Service\" and \"Infrastructure as a Service\" has been evolving during the past...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    Romania In Front Of A New European Challenge: The Financing Of Health Systems

    The Global Organization of Health defines the health system as "The totality of the organizations, institutions and resources consecrated to the improvement of health." The financing of a health system refers to the way in which the funds necessary for the development of the activity in the sanitary sector are...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    Barriers To Investment In Energy From Renewable Sources

    This paper attempts to create an overview of the current situation in the Romanian energy sector, pointing out elements of energy demand, production, investment in the sector and not least the potential of renewable energy sources. As Romania has aligned itself with the European Commission's 20-20-20 program, an important step...

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  • White Papers // May 2011

    The Economic Crisis And Several Effects On Global Economy

    The main mechanism of profit making is not production according to the outcomes of several analyses of the current economic crisis. This mechanism is circulation and exchange. Starting with this observation, the paper goes through a number of aspects regarding the relation between crisis and economy at global level. These...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    Fiscal Policy Reaction In The Short Term For Assessing Fiscal Sustainability In The Long Run In Central And Eastern European Countries

    The aim of this paper is to analyze how the primary government balance in Central and Eastern European countries reacts in the short term, in order to assess fiscal sustainability in the long run. For the purpose of this paper, a fiscal reaction function is used. Given the different orders...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Global Perspectives In Automotive Industry

    The automotive sector is characterised by a relatively low trade/sales ratio. While the production of most automotive producers in the world is spread over various countries in the value chain, the brands are still considered to reflect some national identity. Internationalisation strategies may change over the lifecycle of the product...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    New Hypothesis On Service Management Within The Global World

    World economies have changed into service economies in the last decade, as services became the main dynamic component of economic competition. Therefore, this paper explores how the globalization and, moreover, the knowledge-based economy could influence the conceptualization of service management. The findings of this paper reveal that some of the...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Monetary Policy Approaches Taking Into Consideration The Current Economic Context

    Questions of interest among monetary policy makers involve the identification and analysis of various relationships between macroeconomic variables. To analyze these variables and their interrelations it is necessary to build a macroeconomic model which is based on a vector autoregressive, and in which exogenous shocks have impact on the study...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Efficient Capital Markets: A Review Of Empirical Work On Romanian Capital Market

    The Romanian capital market has enjoyed positive developments over the recent years, reflected in the dynamics of market capitalization, turnover, turnover velocity and stock price indices of its two markets, the Bucharest Stock Exchange and the RASDAQ. However, the turnover velocity and market capitalization per GDP indicators of the Romanian...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    The Effectiveness Of Fiscal Policy In Combating Economic Crisis. An Analysis Based On The Economic Literature

    The objective of this paper is to identify, in the economic literature, the main factors which constrain the transmission of the fiscal shocks to the real economy. The interest in finding the most efficient fiscal stimuli in recovery the economies passing through crisis period has got increased as soon as...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    The Impact Of Investments And Gross Value Added Upon Earnings

    In this paper, the authors tried to capture the impact of investments and gross value added, but also the impact of the employment on the average wage. The analysis refers to the period 1998-2008 and they are using data on the activities of the Romanian economy. The results of this...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Re-modeling The Romanian Fiscal Policy Under The Terms Of The Economic Crisis

    This paper brings arguments for the necessity to re-think the modality to analyze and interpret the Romanian fiscal policy, under the terms of the future adheration to the Euro Zone. Under these terms, this study estimates the structural budget deficit, considering this indicator as one of the most relevant for...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Economics Of Sustainable Development. Competitiveness And Economic Growth

    Economic growth is one of the most important issues of humanity. Both in national economies and world economy, recession and prosperity periods are regularly succeeding with different amplitudes. But beyond these fluctuations and their effects, the results are important: performance and economic growth. Because of the problematical issue of economic...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Statistical - Econometric Analysis Of The Correlations Between The Social Security Budget And The Main Macroeconomic Aggregates In Romania

    This paper analyses the correlation between social security budget and the main macroeconomic indicators (like GDP, monthly average gross earnings, unemployment) in Romania during the period 2000-2009. Romania faces a more severe economic recession than originally anticipated. Although the implementation of anti-crisis program was able to lead to normalization of...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Portfolio Risk Analysis Using ARCH And GARCH Models In The Context Of The Global Financial Crisis

    This paper examines both the benefits of choosing an internationally diversified portfolio and the evolution of the portfolio risk in the context of the current global financial crisis. The portfolio is comprised of three benchmark indexes from Romania, UK and USA. Paper results show that on the background of a...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Marketing Communications As A Strategic Function Of Marketing

    In this paper, the authors put great emphasis on the strategic importance of marketing communication, rather than seeing it as merely a tactical process of promoting the other elements of the marketing mix. Brands exist in the minds of customers not only through their experience of a product or service,...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Analyzing Markets For Electronic Communications Services In Emerging Economies - The Case Of Romania

    Despite the rapid and complex development of the Romanian electronic communications markets after the full sector liberalization in 2003, local literature often evaluates the development of the Romanian markets in a simplistic manner, by solely comparing the penetration of electronic communication services in Romania with the penetration rates in other...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    The Coach-athlete Communication Process. Towards A Better Human Resources Management In Sport

    Interpersonal communication plays a key role in obtaining success in sports. Two important parties that communicate in sport are the coach and his athletes. The latter ones can be seen as the human resources a coach has to manage. These human resources are property of a sports club or team...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // May 2010

    The Identification Of The Romanian Companies' Marketing Needs And Means Of Communication - A Marketing Research -

    The marketing needs of the Romanian companies are very diversified, commencing with the research of the needs and demand on the target market, going down to the 4Ps (Product, Price, Promotion and Placement) and their components. The present marketing research was performed using 11 categories of information sources: specialized publications...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Investments Characteristics In Infrastructure Industry

    The development of the infrastructure has always represented a major priority at the level of all actors implied in the economic-social activity, from public authorities to private organizations and even civil population. The particularities of the investment projects in the infrastructure attract a more and wider private organizations category which...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Testing The Nonlinearity Of The Phillips Curve. Implications For Monetary Policy

    This paper studies the nonlinearity of the Phillips Curve and its implications for monetary policy. To investigate the trade-off between output gap and inflation volatility, the authors used a backward-looking model type. The data for their empirical analysis is obtained from the Area Wide Model (AWM) Database (from 1970 to...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    The Management Of Operational Risk Specific To Non-banking Financial Institutions In The Context Of Actual Financial Crisis

    The current financial crisis is not a singular event in the history of crisis episodes. The essential difference between past episodes of financial turmoil and the actual crisis is the unprecedented severity, the pace of contagion and its global size. Financial markets have been seriously disturbed, threatening the robustness of...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Banking Risk Management In The Light Of Basel II

    This paper presents a summary of what is the meaning of risk management in light of the Basel II Agreement. The paper is structured in three parts, namely: credit risk management, significant credit risk management and credit risk management under Basel II Agreement. Thus, in the first part it refers...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Why Is The Fiscal Policy Imposed By IMF Pro-cyclic?

    The economies which appealed to the IMF loan faced difficulties related to financing the public and the private foreign debt. IMF imposed the promoting of a restrictive fiscal policy to the beneficiary countries, in order to decrease the budget deficit, even though they have already been in an economic recession...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Carbon-Footprint Policy Of The Top Ten Global Retailers: Contribution To Sustainable Development

    The goal of the paper is to study the policy of the most prominent ten global retailers relative to the reduction in their carbon footprint. This policy is an integral part of the environmental component of the organizational policy for sustainable development. The research has an exploratory character and is...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Quality Related Costs of e-Business Systems

    Developing e-business applications involve many costs that have to be known before the beginning of this process. Software reliability is an important characteristic of the software quality. Software reliability is clearly shown after a software application has been released. The paper presents the role of software testing in increasing the...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Agile Software Development Methodologies: An Overview of the Current State of Research

    Under the current economic conditions many organizations strive to continue the trend towards adopting agile processes, in order to take advantage of the numerous benefits that these can offer. Those benefits include quicker return on investment, better software quality, and higher customer satisfaction. To date, however, there is no structured...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    The Management Of Credit Risk For Individuals And Companies Loans

    The paper discusses recent changes in the Romanian financial system, with a particular emphasis on the Romanian banking system, and on the credit granting procedures. The factors influencing these mechanisms are classified and analyzed, with the view of mitigating credit risks for both individuals and companies. The Romanian banking sector,...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Short History Of The Theories Regarding Services Quality

    We could all observe how much has the importance of quality increased in every buyer's life in the case of a product as well as in the case of a service. The term quality comes from the Latin "Qualis", which means "Of the kind that" and it has been used...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Conflicts Of Interest's Management Within Credit Rating Agencies

    The recent financial crisis triggered by the spectacular drop of the prices of financial instruments backed by subprime loans brought back into spotlight the role played by the Credit Rating Agencies (CRAs) in the structured finance field. Their importance grew exponentially along with financial globalization and received a substantial support...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    CEE Corporate Finance Peculiarities: Comparative Approach In Relation With Developed Countries

    In order to reveal the corporate finance peculiarities, the authors conduct a panel data study on companies located in European emerging (Czech, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania) and developed countries (United Kingdom, France, Spain, Italy and Germany). They identify specific elements at country level which strengthen the assumptions of heterogeneity...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    The Impact Of Investments In Global Financial Crisis

    The global financial crisis really started to show its effects in the middle of 2007 and into 2008. Around the world stock markets have fallen, large financial institutions have collapsed or been bought out, and governments in even the wealthiest nations have had to come up with rescue packages to...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Credit Analysis Policies In Construction Project Finance

    This paper aims to illustrate a revolutionary approach to bank financing of extensive investment projects developed by major corporations. The new approach pertains to corporate banking and is applied to corporate projects developed by special purpose vehicles. The theoretical framework highlights general aspects of project finance and of construction projects...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    The Economic Valorization Of Local Resources - Solution Of Diminish The Effects Of Global Crises (Case Study - Bacau County)

    The current crisis requires us to become aware that the only economic-social development way is the sustainable one, meaning the one that takes into account the limits of the natural environment. A healthy economy cannot develop in a polluted and degraded environment, with a population which is poor, ill and...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Jan 2013

    Combining Business Intelligence with Cloud Computing to Delivery Agility in Actual Economy

    The present economic crisis experienced by all the states of the world orients more and more the information technology industry towards efficiency. One of the instruments that can provide efficiency to an organization is Cloud Computing. At the same time, any organization is striving to become intelligent and to achieve...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Investments Characteristics In Infrastructure Industry

    The development of the infrastructure has always represented a major priority at the level of all actors implied in the economic-social activity, from public authorities to private organizations and even civil population. The particularities of the investment projects in the infrastructure attract a more and wider private organizations category which...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    The Impact Of Investments In Global Financial Crisis

    The global financial crisis really started to show its effects in the middle of 2007 and into 2008. Around the world stock markets have fallen, large financial institutions have collapsed or been bought out, and governments in even the wealthiest nations have had to come up with rescue packages to...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Some Considerations On Investment Projects Valuation

    The classical criteria for investment projects valuation, although easy to apply, have the disadvantage of not reflecting the complexity of the social and economic phenomena implied by these projects. This paper emphasizes some aspects that should be carefully taken into account in the valuation process of investment projects. Hence, the...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    The Impact Of Investments And Gross Value Added Upon Earnings

    In this paper, the authors tried to capture the impact of investments and gross value added, but also the impact of the employment on the average wage. The analysis refers to the period 1998-2008 and they are using data on the activities of the Romanian economy. The results of this...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    Barriers To Investment In Energy From Renewable Sources

    This paper attempts to create an overview of the current situation in the Romanian energy sector, pointing out elements of energy demand, production, investment in the sector and not least the potential of renewable energy sources. As Romania has aligned itself with the European Commission's 20-20-20 program, an important step...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Evaluation Of ICT Investments Toward An Increased Competitiveness

    This paper focuses on the analysis of the impact of investments in IT industry in the general frame of globalization and the drafting of a model for evaluation so that to address the subject of the theoretization of possible measures and efforts in strategic resource consumption for growing of IT...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Monetary Policy Approaches Taking Into Consideration The Current Economic Context

    Questions of interest among monetary policy makers involve the identification and analysis of various relationships between macroeconomic variables. To analyze these variables and their interrelations it is necessary to build a macroeconomic model which is based on a vector autoregressive, and in which exogenous shocks have impact on the study...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Testing The Nonlinearity Of The Phillips Curve. Implications For Monetary Policy

    This paper studies the nonlinearity of the Phillips Curve and its implications for monetary policy. To investigate the trade-off between output gap and inflation volatility, the authors used a backward-looking model type. The data for their empirical analysis is obtained from the Area Wide Model (AWM) Database (from 1970 to...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    The Effectiveness Of Fiscal Policy In Combating Economic Crisis. An Analysis Based On The Economic Literature

    The objective of this paper is to identify, in the economic literature, the main factors which constrain the transmission of the fiscal shocks to the real economy. The interest in finding the most efficient fiscal stimuli in recovery the economies passing through crisis period has got increased as soon as...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Why Is The Fiscal Policy Imposed By IMF Pro-cyclic?

    The economies which appealed to the IMF loan faced difficulties related to financing the public and the private foreign debt. IMF imposed the promoting of a restrictive fiscal policy to the beneficiary countries, in order to decrease the budget deficit, even though they have already been in an economic recession...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Re-modeling The Romanian Fiscal Policy Under The Terms Of The Economic Crisis

    This paper brings arguments for the necessity to re-think the modality to analyze and interpret the Romanian fiscal policy, under the terms of the future adheration to the Euro Zone. Under these terms, this study estimates the structural budget deficit, considering this indicator as one of the most relevant for...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Mar 2011

    Fiscal Policy Reaction In The Short Term For Assessing Fiscal Sustainability In The Long Run In Central And Eastern European Countries

    The aim of this paper is to analyze how the primary government balance in Central and Eastern European countries reacts in the short term, in order to assess fiscal sustainability in the long run. For the purpose of this paper, a fiscal reaction function is used. Given the different orders...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Agile Software Development Methodologies: An Overview of the Current State of Research

    Under the current economic conditions many organizations strive to continue the trend towards adopting agile processes, in order to take advantage of the numerous benefits that these can offer. Those benefits include quicker return on investment, better software quality, and higher customer satisfaction. To date, however, there is no structured...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    Global Perspectives In Automotive Industry

    The automotive sector is characterised by a relatively low trade/sales ratio. While the production of most automotive producers in the world is spread over various countries in the value chain, the brands are still considered to reflect some national identity. Internationalisation strategies may change over the lifecycle of the product...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // May 2009

    The Economic Valorization Of Local Resources - Solution Of Diminish The Effects Of Global Crises (Case Study - Bacau County)

    The current crisis requires us to become aware that the only economic-social development way is the sustainable one, meaning the one that takes into account the limits of the natural environment. A healthy economy cannot develop in a polluted and degraded environment, with a population which is poor, ill and...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Factors Of Access To Public Health Services In Romania

    In this paper, the authors have proposed to analyze the degree to which population has access to public health services in Romania, through presenting some factors that influence it. The equitable access to a package of basic health services is one of the objectives that the Romanian health system is...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    Romania In Front Of A New European Challenge: The Financing Of Health Systems

    The Global Organization of Health defines the health system as "The totality of the organizations, institutions and resources consecrated to the improvement of health." The financing of a health system refers to the way in which the funds necessary for the development of the activity in the sanitary sector are...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Short History Of The Theories Regarding Services Quality

    We could all observe how much has the importance of quality increased in every buyer's life in the case of a product as well as in the case of a service. The term quality comes from the Latin "Qualis", which means "Of the kind that" and it has been used...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Economics Of Sustainable Development. Competitiveness And Economic Growth

    Economic growth is one of the most important issues of humanity. Both in national economies and world economy, recession and prosperity periods are regularly succeeding with different amplitudes. But beyond these fluctuations and their effects, the results are important: performance and economic growth. Because of the problematical issue of economic...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Enterprise Resource Planning Deployment Guide

    The deployment of an Enterprise Resource Planning system (briefly ERP) is a global project, of strategic importance for the companies. It is equally a project for the reorganization of the business processes. A guide for the deployment involves all that is necessary for the counseling for the start up of...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    CEE Corporate Finance Peculiarities: Comparative Approach In Relation With Developed Countries

    In order to reveal the corporate finance peculiarities, the authors conduct a panel data study on companies located in European emerging (Czech, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania) and developed countries (United Kingdom, France, Spain, Italy and Germany). They identify specific elements at country level which strengthen the assumptions of heterogeneity...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Credit Analysis Policies In Construction Project Finance

    This paper aims to illustrate a revolutionary approach to bank financing of extensive investment projects developed by major corporations. The new approach pertains to corporate banking and is applied to corporate projects developed by special purpose vehicles. The theoretical framework highlights general aspects of project finance and of construction projects...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Marketing Communications As A Strategic Function Of Marketing

    In this paper, the authors put great emphasis on the strategic importance of marketing communication, rather than seeing it as merely a tactical process of promoting the other elements of the marketing mix. Brands exist in the minds of customers not only through their experience of a product or service,...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    Analyzing Markets For Electronic Communications Services In Emerging Economies - The Case Of Romania

    Despite the rapid and complex development of the Romanian electronic communications markets after the full sector liberalization in 2003, local literature often evaluates the development of the Romanian markets in a simplistic manner, by solely comparing the penetration of electronic communication services in Romania with the penetration rates in other...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // May 2010

    The Identification Of The Romanian Companies' Marketing Needs And Means Of Communication - A Marketing Research -

    The marketing needs of the Romanian companies are very diversified, commencing with the research of the needs and demand on the target market, going down to the 4Ps (Product, Price, Promotion and Placement) and their components. The present marketing research was performed using 11 categories of information sources: specialized publications...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Modern Marketing, Determinant Concept In The Reappraisal Of Business And Organizational Professions And Of Training Professionals In The New Economy

    The content of marketing is continuously redefined and reflected in new concepts, therefore leading to the development of a new concept the modern marketing. The modern marketing has as orientation and tendency the concept of internal marketing, understood as an extension of the vision, marketing philosophy on persons and networks...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Career In The Bank For Collection In Times Of Financial Crisis

    Staffing a collection call centre, in a period of crisis, requires more than hiring the most qualified applicants. Collection managers must define a recruiting, hiring and staffing plan to meet inbound call service levels and maximize outbound calling during optimal customer contact times, usually on nights and weekends. Job candidates...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    The Coach-athlete Communication Process. Towards A Better Human Resources Management In Sport

    Interpersonal communication plays a key role in obtaining success in sports. Two important parties that communicate in sport are the coach and his athletes. The latter ones can be seen as the human resources a coach has to manage. These human resources are property of a sports club or team...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Statistical - Econometric Analysis Of The Correlations Between The Social Security Budget And The Main Macroeconomic Aggregates In Romania

    This paper analyses the correlation between social security budget and the main macroeconomic indicators (like GDP, monthly average gross earnings, unemployment) in Romania during the period 2000-2009. Romania faces a more severe economic recession than originally anticipated. Although the implementation of anti-crisis program was able to lead to normalization of...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    The Management Of Credit Risk For Individuals And Companies Loans

    The paper discusses recent changes in the Romanian financial system, with a particular emphasis on the Romanian banking system, and on the credit granting procedures. The factors influencing these mechanisms are classified and analyzed, with the view of mitigating credit risks for both individuals and companies. The Romanian banking sector,...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Banking Risk Management In The Light Of Basel II

    This paper presents a summary of what is the meaning of risk management in light of the Basel II Agreement. The paper is structured in three parts, namely: credit risk management, significant credit risk management and credit risk management under Basel II Agreement. Thus, in the first part it refers...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Conflicts Of Interest's Management Within Credit Rating Agencies

    The recent financial crisis triggered by the spectacular drop of the prices of financial instruments backed by subprime loans brought back into spotlight the role played by the Credit Rating Agencies (CRAs) in the structured finance field. Their importance grew exponentially along with financial globalization and received a substantial support...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    The Management Of Operational Risk Specific To Non-banking Financial Institutions In The Context Of Actual Financial Crisis

    The current financial crisis is not a singular event in the history of crisis episodes. The essential difference between past episodes of financial turmoil and the actual crisis is the unprecedented severity, the pace of contagion and its global size. Financial markets have been seriously disturbed, threatening the robustness of...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Java facilities in processing XML files - JAXB and generating PDF reports

    Business applications and web applications all have a huge repository of data. These are either structured in databases or created as XML files. XML is special type of language; a Meta mark up language that is used to understand the structure of data. This was the chosen format by many...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Quality Related Costs of e-Business Systems

    Developing e-business applications involve many costs that have to be known before the beginning of this process. Software reliability is an important characteristic of the software quality. Software reliability is clearly shown after a software application has been released. The paper presents the role of software testing in increasing the...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Efficient Capital Markets: A Review Of Empirical Work On Romanian Capital Market

    The Romanian capital market has enjoyed positive developments over the recent years, reflected in the dynamics of market capitalization, turnover, turnover velocity and stock price indices of its two markets, the Bucharest Stock Exchange and the RASDAQ. However, the turnover velocity and market capitalization per GDP indicators of the Romanian...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // May 2011

    The Economic Crisis And Several Effects On Global Economy

    The main mechanism of profit making is not production according to the outcomes of several analyses of the current economic crisis. This mechanism is circulation and exchange. Starting with this observation, the paper goes through a number of aspects regarding the relation between crisis and economy at global level. These...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    New Hypothesis On Service Management Within The Global World

    World economies have changed into service economies in the last decade, as services became the main dynamic component of economic competition. Therefore, this paper explores how the globalization and, moreover, the knowledge-based economy could influence the conceptualization of service management. The findings of this paper reveal that some of the...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Portfolio Risk Analysis Using ARCH And GARCH Models In The Context Of The Global Financial Crisis

    This paper examines both the benefits of choosing an internationally diversified portfolio and the evolution of the portfolio risk in the context of the current global financial crisis. The portfolio is comprised of three benchmark indexes from Romania, UK and USA. Paper results show that on the background of a...

    Provided By Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies