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Strategic Planning in Universities from Pará, Brazil. Contributions to the Achievement of Institutional Objectives

This article aims to show to what extent strategic planning performed by Brazilian universities from the State of Pará has contributed, whether positively or negatively, to achieve institutional objectives. The research can be classified as explanatory with features of a qualitative multi-case study because it seeks to explain casual relationship between strategic planning and institutional […]

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Relative Value and Principles of Servicity

Paper aims at defining the value, taking conceptual ideas from the service economy, and at designing main conceptual criteria for correcting of routine approach in economics. It is built as a theoretical questioning and debate, starting with reminding certain issues from the Mercantilist and Physiocrat economic thought. The servicity view is thus reasoned, i.e. the […]

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Impact of Placement Choices and Governance Issues on Credit Risk in Banking: Nonparametric Evidence from an Emerging Market

This paper is intended to develop some conditional credit risk models through a cursory approach in which any quality deteriorations in banks’ cash credit portfolios, measured as unfavourable changes in the ratio of delinquent credits to total credits, are considered to be a signal for an increase in overall credit risk and the weights of […]

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Territorial Systems with Rural Vocation, Innovation and Climate Change: from the Web an Opportunity for the Sustainability of Well-Being

Well-being of the territorial systems with rural vocation can be compromised by climate change, but they also can influence, both positively than negatively, the factors that determine climate change. Starting from this dichotomous vision of the relationship between climate change and rural development, this study focuses on the role that Internet and the web mar-kiting […]

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Developments and Thoroughgoing Studies on Taxation of Royalties Obtained by French Non-Residents in Romania

Romanian tax legislation continues to contain contradictory provisions that give it a strong ambiguity and which often generates controversy in interpretation and application. The authors of the research show the situations of tax income from royalties obtained by a French non-resident from a Romanian beneficiary. Thus, are addresses the taxation from the perspective of (i) […]

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Effects of the Economic Crisis on the Romanian Consume

My purpose for this study is to analyse the Romanian consumer’s behaviour in the context of the economic crisis that our country as well as other countries have gone through after 2008. The post-crisis Romanian consumer’s behaviour is also going to be approached in comparison to that in the period preceding the economic crisis (2005-2008). […]

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A Polynomial Distribution Applied to Income and Wealth Distribution

Income and wealth distribution affect stability of a society to a large extent and high inequality affects it negatively. Moreover, in the case of developed countries, recently has been proven that inequality is closely related to all negative phenomena affecting society. So far, Econophysics papers tried to analyse income and wealth distribution by employing distributions […]

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Seasonality in Equity Rising on Stock Markets. Windows of Opportunity? Empirical Evidence from China, India, Brazil and South Africa

Empirical research has underlined high variability cases of equity-raising through the placing of shares in the primary market in the course of time, considering both new enterprises’ quotations, and increases for the already- quoted ones in regulated markets. Different periods and markets at different development stages have been taken in exam, resulting in the discovery […]

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