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Journal Details
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Journal
eISSN
2285-3065
First Published
30 Mar 2015
Publication timeframe
4 times per year
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English

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Volume 25 (2015): Issue 3 (August 2015)

Journal Details
Format
Journal
eISSN
2285-3065
First Published
30 Mar 2015
Publication timeframe
4 times per year
Languages
English

Search

6 Articles
Open Access

Application of Disciplinary Penalties

Published Online: 25 Aug 2015
Page range: 1 - 10

Abstract

Abstract

Each branch of law acknowledges a specific form of liability. Therefore there are several forms of liability: disciplinary, civil, criminal, etc. These forms of legal liability are characterized by specific conditions of substance and form (way of establishment, embodiments, etc.). Therefore, the commission of an infringement determines the intervention of legal liability and the application of penalties. The penalty is a means to materialize liability and it will take its shape. In this scientific approach we intend to analyze the application of disciplinary penalties to civil servants.

Keywords

  • legal liability
  • disciplinary liability
  • civil servants
  • disciplinary penalty
Open Access

Risk Management in Future Romanian E-Government 2.0 Projects

Published Online: 25 Aug 2015
Page range: 11 - 22

Abstract

Abstract

E-government public services in Romania must follow unitary procedures considering the new requirements of the European Union from the Digital Agenda for Europe Strategy 2020. E-government 2.0 has to be implemented because of the cultural and behavioral transformations in the interaction between governments and users of e-services. E-government 2.0 projects use tools and techniques of social media to accomplish their goals. This article examines the possible risk categories and the risk management procedures needed to mitigate risks in future Romanian e-government projects, according to the strategic lines of development for the Digital Agenda. We propose a risk management plan for the e-government lines of action within the strategic lines of development that includes identifying, assessing, and mitigating the risks. New and modernized government services through e-government 2.0 projects that apply risk management will bring a significant improvement in how citizens and businesses relate to government and will increase the use of e-government services.

Keywords

  • E-government 2.0
  • E-government projects
  • Risks
  • Risk Management
  • Romania
Open Access

A Qualitative Research Regarding the Online Advertising Formats Used by Romanian Companies

Published Online: 25 Aug 2015
Page range: 23 - 34

Abstract

Abstract

The present paper offers an in-depth view about the online advertising formats that are used by Romanian companies or digital advertising agencies. The qualitative research based on semi-structured detailed interviews with 12 professionals, took place in Bucharest, in February-March 2015. From the online advertising formats defined by IAB, the Romanian representatives mentioned to promote their organizations or to develop campaigns for their clients by using: search, display, social media, video advertising, affiliate marketing and sponsorship advertising format (advertorials and content sponsorship). The specialists argued about the most relevant and efficient online advertising format that they use. From their personal experience, the professionals were asked to mention which are the elements / attributes that have a significant impact on: search, display, video, social media and mobile advertising campaigns. All the respondents mentioned that their companies use remarketing campaigns. The budget of an online advertising campaign is settled differently among the formats used. The purpose of the paper is to analyze the views of professionals regarding the Romanian online advertising market and this study precedes a quantitative research among Romanian consumers exposed to online advertising campaigns in order to make a comparison between the results obtained in both studies and propose a model of online advertising campaign as close to consumers‟ wants.

Keywords

  • online advertising
  • qualitative research
  • online marketing
Open Access

Human Capital - The Effects of Education on Economic Growth Within the European Union

Published Online: 25 Aug 2015
Page range: 35 - 44

Abstract

Abstract

Human capital has an impact on economic growth by several channels. This study presents a conceptual research model that we built starting from the economic increase models which explain the way in which the revenue per inhabitant was created taking into account mechanisms, channels and influence factors. I applied this model to the member states of the European Union and the results obtained confirmed the existence of some positive effects of human capital - expressed through education - on economic growth.

Keywords

  • human capital
  • education
  • economic growth
  • EU
Open Access

Aspects Regarding the Workforce Resources in Bihor County

Published Online: 25 Aug 2015
Page range: 45 - 54

Abstract

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to analyze labor resources in Bihor County and to highlight some of aspects that characterize the current condition of this population category. In this respect, the paper reveals that the population is found in a process of demographic aging, with negative implications upon the utilization of workforce. Based on analysis of statistical data provided by the statistical yearbook, the paper result show that the workforce renewal rate in Bihor County is in deficit, respectively 100 individuals turned inactive, are replaced by only 79 individuals, who come under the category of the active population. Furthermore, the fact that the active civilian population represents only 66,9 % of the overall potential active population, emphasizes a relatively feeble use of the workforce. Finally, the paper reveals a significant numeric decrease, during the past years, of the individuals activating within the healthcare and social work departments. Thus, this decrease has a negative consequence upon the health condition of the population

Keywords:

  • demographic system
  • active population
  • demographic aging
  • age dependency ratio
  • working population
  • activity rate
Open Access

Female Versus Male Entrepreneurship within Europe

Published Online: 25 Aug 2015
Page range: 55 - 66

Abstract

Abstract

Entrepreneurship is a topic much debated and analyzed by many research institutions and organizations. In recent years, the total number of entrepreneurs has been increasing significantly, female entrepreneurship being the one that has increased a lot. In this study, we are going to present and analyze the results of studies conducted at European level regarding the comparative evolution of male versus female entrepreneurship. The main conclusion that emerges from the analysis of the results obtained is that the number of women entrepreneurs is almost equal to that of men entrepreneurs in many European countries.

Keywords

  • female entrepreneurship
  • male entrepreneurship
  • Europe
  • EU
6 Articles
Open Access

Application of Disciplinary Penalties

Published Online: 25 Aug 2015
Page range: 1 - 10

Abstract

Abstract

Each branch of law acknowledges a specific form of liability. Therefore there are several forms of liability: disciplinary, civil, criminal, etc. These forms of legal liability are characterized by specific conditions of substance and form (way of establishment, embodiments, etc.). Therefore, the commission of an infringement determines the intervention of legal liability and the application of penalties. The penalty is a means to materialize liability and it will take its shape. In this scientific approach we intend to analyze the application of disciplinary penalties to civil servants.

Keywords

  • legal liability
  • disciplinary liability
  • civil servants
  • disciplinary penalty
Open Access

Risk Management in Future Romanian E-Government 2.0 Projects

Published Online: 25 Aug 2015
Page range: 11 - 22

Abstract

Abstract

E-government public services in Romania must follow unitary procedures considering the new requirements of the European Union from the Digital Agenda for Europe Strategy 2020. E-government 2.0 has to be implemented because of the cultural and behavioral transformations in the interaction between governments and users of e-services. E-government 2.0 projects use tools and techniques of social media to accomplish their goals. This article examines the possible risk categories and the risk management procedures needed to mitigate risks in future Romanian e-government projects, according to the strategic lines of development for the Digital Agenda. We propose a risk management plan for the e-government lines of action within the strategic lines of development that includes identifying, assessing, and mitigating the risks. New and modernized government services through e-government 2.0 projects that apply risk management will bring a significant improvement in how citizens and businesses relate to government and will increase the use of e-government services.

Keywords

  • E-government 2.0
  • E-government projects
  • Risks
  • Risk Management
  • Romania
Open Access

A Qualitative Research Regarding the Online Advertising Formats Used by Romanian Companies

Published Online: 25 Aug 2015
Page range: 23 - 34

Abstract

Abstract

The present paper offers an in-depth view about the online advertising formats that are used by Romanian companies or digital advertising agencies. The qualitative research based on semi-structured detailed interviews with 12 professionals, took place in Bucharest, in February-March 2015. From the online advertising formats defined by IAB, the Romanian representatives mentioned to promote their organizations or to develop campaigns for their clients by using: search, display, social media, video advertising, affiliate marketing and sponsorship advertising format (advertorials and content sponsorship). The specialists argued about the most relevant and efficient online advertising format that they use. From their personal experience, the professionals were asked to mention which are the elements / attributes that have a significant impact on: search, display, video, social media and mobile advertising campaigns. All the respondents mentioned that their companies use remarketing campaigns. The budget of an online advertising campaign is settled differently among the formats used. The purpose of the paper is to analyze the views of professionals regarding the Romanian online advertising market and this study precedes a quantitative research among Romanian consumers exposed to online advertising campaigns in order to make a comparison between the results obtained in both studies and propose a model of online advertising campaign as close to consumers‟ wants.

Keywords

  • online advertising
  • qualitative research
  • online marketing
Open Access

Human Capital - The Effects of Education on Economic Growth Within the European Union

Published Online: 25 Aug 2015
Page range: 35 - 44

Abstract

Abstract

Human capital has an impact on economic growth by several channels. This study presents a conceptual research model that we built starting from the economic increase models which explain the way in which the revenue per inhabitant was created taking into account mechanisms, channels and influence factors. I applied this model to the member states of the European Union and the results obtained confirmed the existence of some positive effects of human capital - expressed through education - on economic growth.

Keywords

  • human capital
  • education
  • economic growth
  • EU
Open Access

Aspects Regarding the Workforce Resources in Bihor County

Published Online: 25 Aug 2015
Page range: 45 - 54

Abstract

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to analyze labor resources in Bihor County and to highlight some of aspects that characterize the current condition of this population category. In this respect, the paper reveals that the population is found in a process of demographic aging, with negative implications upon the utilization of workforce. Based on analysis of statistical data provided by the statistical yearbook, the paper result show that the workforce renewal rate in Bihor County is in deficit, respectively 100 individuals turned inactive, are replaced by only 79 individuals, who come under the category of the active population. Furthermore, the fact that the active civilian population represents only 66,9 % of the overall potential active population, emphasizes a relatively feeble use of the workforce. Finally, the paper reveals a significant numeric decrease, during the past years, of the individuals activating within the healthcare and social work departments. Thus, this decrease has a negative consequence upon the health condition of the population

Keywords:

  • demographic system
  • active population
  • demographic aging
  • age dependency ratio
  • working population
  • activity rate
Open Access

Female Versus Male Entrepreneurship within Europe

Published Online: 25 Aug 2015
Page range: 55 - 66

Abstract

Abstract

Entrepreneurship is a topic much debated and analyzed by many research institutions and organizations. In recent years, the total number of entrepreneurs has been increasing significantly, female entrepreneurship being the one that has increased a lot. In this study, we are going to present and analyze the results of studies conducted at European level regarding the comparative evolution of male versus female entrepreneurship. The main conclusion that emerges from the analysis of the results obtained is that the number of women entrepreneurs is almost equal to that of men entrepreneurs in many European countries.

Keywords

  • female entrepreneurship
  • male entrepreneurship
  • Europe
  • EU

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