Authors: Rodica CRUDU, Augustin IGNATOV
Abstract:Despite considerable efforts and funding, the reform implementation process in the Republic of Moldova meets important difficulties especially in the areas of strategic significance including the fields of public administration, justice and banking sectors. The initiatives implemented in these sectors by the Moldovan authorities under European supervision proved to be inefficient as they did not reach the expected results. This situation leads to dragging down the pace of European integration of the country, as the trust of the population and of foreign partners regarding European future of Moldova was negatively affected. Thus, this research intends to identify the most important impediments of bi-lateral cooperation between the Republic of Moldova and the European Union. Also, some recommendations are provided to increase the actual status-quo and are specified main Moldovan economic advantages which have been registered since the acceleration of cooperation with the EU.
Keywords: Economic cooperation; European financing; Economic competitiveness; Economic freedom
Pages: 6-15 | Full text (PDF)
Authors: Anastasia JELEVA, Victoria-Regina PACALO, Larisa DODU-GUGEA
Abstract:The following article deals with the main causes of irrational decision making process in companies and with respective solutions to make decisions more rational and effective. With the aid of relevant literature, the ways managers, groups and leaders make decisions in reality will be clarified. Besides, the solutions to rational decisions examined through the perspective of managers, leaders and groups. Thus, the background of this article is the question “Are companies in control of their own decisions?” In addition, this paper includes relevant information about the features of decision making process, basic types of decisions, describes the most essential approach in management regarding to decision making and presents the top worst and best business decisions of all time.
Keywords: decision making process; rational and irrational decisions; routine and nonroutine decisions (programmed and nonprogrammed decisions); strategic decisions; tactical decisions; operational decisions; managerial, group, leaders decision making process; rational decision-making model, analysis paralysis; strategies to improve decision-making process; top worst vs best business decisions in management.
Pages: 16-32 | Full text (PDF)
Authors: Larisa DODU-GUGEA, Livia TÎBÎRNĂ
Abstract: Internet commerce has become the frontier for businesses around the world. Traditional. The Internet's World Wide Web has become the prime driver of contemporary E-commerce. This paper presents a hierarchical framework of E-commerce development, as well as of analysis, range from the wide-area telecommunications infrastructure to electronic marketplaces and electronic hierarchies enabled by E-commerce. Several nodal problems are discussed that will define future development in E-commerce.
Keywords: Internet commerce, World Wide Web, E –commerce, problems, business transactions, customers
Pages: 33-42 | Full text (PDF)
Authors: Anatolie GOLBAN
Abstract: The present study provides an overview of a complex problem of environmental protection in the context of the thermo-energetic activity of the state. The major objective of our country's environmental policies lies in the increasing focus of programs, strategies and environmental legislation on the goal and consistent implementation. Achieving this goal requires organic state-level control, institutionalized according to the socio-economic situation, with broad and well-targeted competencies.
Keywords: thermal pollution, oxygen, water, energy, industry, climate, nature
Pages: 43-52 | Full text (PDF)