The papers should be the results of original research, theoretical and empirical approach under the form of: research articles, case studies, essays.
We welcome papers from professors, researchers and Ph. D. students from all over the world in the attempt of serving as a forum of discussion and a diverse knowledge hub for students and teachers.
Young researchers as Ph. D. students are encouraged to express their views in a special section dedicated to them.
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. The Annals of Spiru Haret University. Economic Series allow the author(s) to hold the copyright without restrictions.
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Each paper has a unique Digital Object Identifier. DOI prefix: 10.26458
The areas covered by Annals of Spiru Haret University. Economic Series include topics related to Economic Sciences, such as: marketing, management, finance, banking, accounting, audit, international economic relations, trade, business, tourism, administrative data processing, politic economy, commercial law, cybernetics, environmental economics, statistics, ethics in economics, insurance, advocacy & lobby, economic philosophy, econometrics etc.
Each issue has a specific topic that is a subtopic of major journal coverage.
The frequency of the journal Annals of Spiru Haret University. Economic Series is quarterly.
The journal Annals of Spiru Haret University. Economic Series was founded in 2000 at the initiative of two professors from Spiru Haret University: professor Ph. D. Gheorghe Zaman - also corresponding member of the Romanian Academy and professor Ph. D. Constantin Mecu.
Between 2004 - 2010 the journal is headed by professor Ph. D. Constantin Mecu, as editor in chief, and associate professor Ph.D. Aurelian A. Bondrea, as deputy editor, both of them vice-rectors of the university.
In 2011, associate professor Ph.D. Aurelian A. Bondrea, rector of the university, takes over the presidency as editor in chief and leads the journal untill present.
The Annals of Spiru Haret University. Economic Series was issued annually, once a year, starting the year 2000, until 2009.
Starting 2010, the annals have a new format, with a four-annual issuance exclusively in English, with both redaction and review conditions comparable to the most rigorous international requirements.
In 2007, Annals of Spiru Haret University. Economic Series obtained the B+ quotation from The National Council of Research in Higher Education in Romania, becoming a publication of real scientific interest.
Starting 2009, the journal is indexed in REPEC, SSRN and Google Scholar and beginning with 2016 it is under a process of rebranding, the new team trying to rethink the journal indexing strategy in international databases, suggesting a greater external visibility.
Along the years, in the journal pages, the members of the teaching personnel from Spiru Haret University published the results of their scientific research. The journal also hosts many studies of professors, researchers, Ph.D. or master students of other universities and research institutes from all over the world.
The theme of the publication firstly reflects the concern for the modernization of teaching economic sciences in University: marketing, management, finance, banking, accounting, audit, international economic relations, trade, business, tourism, administrative data processing, politic economy, commercial law, cybernetics, environmental economics, statistics, ethics in economics, insurance, advocacy & lobby , economic philosophy, econometrics etc.
In the published papers are analyzed theoretical and practical issues of edification and consolidation of the Romanian market economy, as well as the fundamental directions of the technical and scientific progress, the actual state and ways of its promotion in the Romanian economy, the issue of developing the new world economy, the directions of globalization and contemporaneous economic integration and Romania's participation to these processes. Also, there are hosted articles that refer to different aspects of economic phenomena from all over the world.
The editing team and the scientific advisors are Romanian intellectual personalities - members of the academy, professors, specialists in different fields of the practical economic and social activities. As reviewers have been engaged in scientific committee different professors and personalities in economic field coming from economics and academic institutions in our country, like :The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, West University from Timisoara, The National Scientific Research Institute for Labor and Social Protection Bucharest, The Romanian Court of Auditors, The Body of Expert and Licensed Accountants of Romania - CECCAR, Institute of National Economy and The Economic and Legal Sciences Department from Romanian Academy, etc. Among them, as reviewers, there are members of the academia, professors and researchers from other countries of the world, such as : Australia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia&Herzegovina, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Italy, Lithuania,North Ireland, Norway, Poland, Republic of Macedonia, Republic of Serbia, Russia, Slovenia, The Netherlands, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom etc.
As a response to the public interest, the publication is sent to the libraries in Bucharest and Romania as well as to other universities and economic faculties abroad.
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Manuscripts submitted to Annals of Spiru Haret University. Economic Series should not be currently published or being considered for publication at another scientific journal or similar outlet. Likewise, does not accept multiple submissions of essentially the same work. That is, every submitted article should be substantially original in content, relative to other works currently published or under review. Manuscripts that violate these requirements will be automatically rejected, and the author of the respective manuscript may be excluded from future submissions to this journal. Moreover, a manuscript may be rejected at any time, upon discovery that it does not comply with the policy stipulated herein, even if the author had previously been notified of the manuscript s acceptance .
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All manuscripts received by Annals of Spiru Haret University. Economic Series undergo the following review process. Upon receipt, each manuscript is assigned a content editor who is responsible with its evaluation.
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1. The content editor examines the manuscript and decides whether to proceed with a blind peer review. The manuscript may be rejected without a peer review if the content editor establishes that it does not conform to the basic requirements of Annals of Spiru Haret University. Economic Series editorial policy, including authenticity, originality, formatting, submission guidelines, etc. Likewise, a content editor may reject the manuscript if he/she believes that the content of the manuscript is not appropriate for the topics and interests of Annals of Spiru Haret University. Economic Series, or if it is established that the manuscript clearly lacks in scientific quality to the extent that the probability of it being accepted through the blind peer review would be too low to justify the waiting time for the author.
2. If the manuscript is rejected at the initial review, the content editor notifies the author of this decision. Otherwise, the content editor forwards the manuscript (with the authors name removed) to two peer reviews for evaluation and notifies the author that the manuscript has been accepted for a blind peer review.
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4. The content editor weighs the recommendations of the two peer reviewers and takes a decision on whether to accept the manuscript for publication as is, reject the manuscript without further review, or proceed with soliciting the revisions recommended by the referees. The content editor communicates the decision along with the referee reports (with the reviewers name removed), and if applicable conditions for revisions, to the author.
5. If it is decided that the manuscript requires revision, the author makes such revisions in accordance with the conditions/recommendations of the content editor and referees, and upon completion, resubmits the manuscript directly the content editor. Upon receipt of the revised manuscript, the content editor may decide to approve it for publication automatically or resubmit it the peer reviewers for reevaluation. In addition to the two original peer reviewers, the content editor may also solicit the opinion of an additional (third) reviewer.
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As a result of our rebranding we have the aim to index the journal in relevant international data bases and in catalogues of international important and prestigious libraries.
» Editor in Chief: Bondrea A. Aurelian, Associate Professor Ph.D., Rector at Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
» Deputy Chief Editor: Gurgu Elena, Associate Professor Ph.D., Economic Sciences Faculty, Department of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
» Andronie Maria, Professor Ph.D., Vice-Rector in Scientific Research at Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
» Calu Daniela-Artemisa, Professor PhD, Faculty of Accounting and Management Information Systems, Accounting and Audit Department, The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania
»Faggini Marisa, Professor PhD, Facoltà di Scienze Politiche, Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche e Statistiche/DISES, Universita degli Studi di Salerno, Salerno, Italy
» Gherasim Zenovic, Professor Ph.D., Dean of Economic Sciences Faculty, Department of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
»Jadranka Denkova,Professor Ph.D., Goce Delcev University Krste Misirkov b.b., Department of Public Administration, Public Law and Human Behavior , Stip, Republic of Macedonia
» Steve Keen, Professor Ph.D., Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University, London, United Kingdom
» Mihaila Ramona Olivia, Associate Professor Ph.D., Vice-Rector of Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
»Mile Vasic,Associate Professor Ph.D., Slobomir P University, Slobomir, Bijeljina, RS, Bosnia and Herzegovina
» Mastorakis Nikos, Professor at ASEI - Military Institutes of University Education, Hellenic Naval Academy, GREECE;Technical University of Sofia, Faculty of Engineering, BULGARIA; Honorary Professor, University of Cluj, ROMANIA;Honorary Professor, Óbuda University, Budapest, HUNGARY;Honorary Professor, Budapest Tech, Budapest, HUNGARY;Visiting Professor, University of Exeter, UNITED KINGDOM
»Pastore Francesco , Associate Professor Ph.D.,Full Professor of Economic Policy, currently Associate Professor of Political Economy at Seconda Università di Napoli, Italy
»Rikhardsson Pall M. , Professor Ph.D., Dean of RU School of Business, Reykjavik University, Iceland
»Pasnicu Daniela, Professor Ph.D., Economic Sciences Faculty, Department of Economic Sciences,Spiru Haret University; Scientific Researcher I at The National Scientific Research Institute for Labour and Social Protection, Bucharest, Romania
» Sroka Włodzimierz, Professor dr. hab., University of Dąbrowa Górnicza, Vice-Rector at Science WSB, Department of Management, Poland
» Tilikidou Irene , Professor PhD, Department of Marketing, School of Business Administration and Economics, ATEI of Thessaloniki, Greece
»Zaman Gheorghe, Professor Ph.D., Correspondent Member of the Romanian Academy, Institute of National Economy, Bucharest, Romania
» Andronie Mihai, Associate Professor Ph.D., Department of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
» Avram Laurentia Georgeta, Lecturer PhD, Faculty of Accounting and Financy, Câmpulung Muscel, Spiru Haret Univerity, Bucharest, Romania
» Baicu Claudia, Associate Professor Ph.D., Department of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
» Baluta Aurelian, Associate Professor Ph.D., Department of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
» Braga Viorina Filofteia, Associate Professor Ph.D., Department of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Câmpulung Muscel, Romania
» Cociuban Aristide, Associate Professor Ph.D., Economic Sciences Faculty, Department of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
» Dobrescu M. Emilian, Professor Ph.D. , Scientific Secretary of the Economic and Legal Sciences Department, The Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania
» Dinga Ene Emil, Professor Ph.D. , Department of Economic Sciences , Spiru Haret University and Institute of National Economy, Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania
» Dragomir Robert, Lecturer Ph.D., Department of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Câmpulung Muscel, Romania
» Dumitru Golbach, Lecturer Ph.D., Valahia University, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Targovite, Romania
» Edwin Mirfazli,Lecturer Ph.D.,Lampung University, Department of Accounting, Bandar Lampung, Indonesia
» Ghiorghita Eugen, Associate Professor Ph.D., Department of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
» Iga Rudawska,Associate Professor Ph.D., Faculty of conomics and Management, University of Szczecin, Poland
» Ionescu Luminita, Associate Professor Ph.D., Department of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
» Mauri Aurelio, Associate Professor Ph.D., Facoltà di Arti, turismo e mercati, Dipartimento di Business, Law, Economics and Consumer Behaviour - Business, Diritto, Economia e Consumi, Universita IULM, Milano, Italy
» Mladen Luise, Associate Professor Ph.D. , Spiru Haret University and National Scientific Research Institute for Labour and Social Protection, Bucharest, Romania
» Petrova Stoyanova Elitsa, Associate Professor Ph.D. Vasil Levski National Military University, Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
» Popescu Maria Loredana, Lecturer PhD, Marketing Faculty, The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania
» Prasanta Kumar Padhy, PhD (Buss. Admn.), MBA, M.A., LL.B., M.Phil, FDP (IIM, Ahmedabad), Former Professor, Head & Chairman Board of Studies, Department of Business Admn., Berhampur University, Odisha State, India , (Accredited 'A' Grade by NAAC, UGC).
» Raffaele AVETA, Prof.Ph.D., Seconda Università degli Studi della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli , Dipartimento Giurisprudenza, Napoli, Italy.
» Simon Ilie,Associate Professor Ph.D., The Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania
» Sami Buhur, Professor Ph.D., Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Balikesir University, Turkey.
» Sabyasachi Rath, Vishwa Vishwani Institute of Systems & Management, Hyderabad, India
» Stephen Jehucal Ternyik, Researcher & Entrepreneur, Ternyik R & D, Germany
» Tascovici Daliana Ecaterina, Associate Professor Ph.D., Department of Economic Sciences , Spiru Haret University, Câmpulung Muscel, Romania
» Valiyev Agil,Lecturer PhD, Azerbaijan Tourism and Management University, Baku, Azerbaijan
» Vita Juknevičienė, Lecturer PhD., Department of Public Administration, Šiauliai University ,Šiauliai, Lithuania
» Zorzoliu Raluca, Associate Professor Ph.D., Department of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
»Savu Mihaela, Editor at Tomorrow’s Romania Foundation Publishing House
»Bucea-Manea-Tonis Rocsana, Lecturer Ph.D., Department of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
»Dragomir Robert, Lecturer Ph.D., Department of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Câmpulung Muscel, Romania
»Bucea-Manea-Tonis Rocsana, Lecturer Ph.D., Department of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
»Savu Mihaela, Editor at Tomorrow’s Romania Foundation Publishing House
»Vasilescu Ruxandra, Associate Professor Ph.D., Dean of The Faculty of Letters, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
»Dumitru Raluca, Lecturer Ph.D., Department of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
»Meruta Alexandrina, Lecturer Ph.D., Department of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
» Magda Ilie, Cover Designer and Books Coordinator at Tomorrow’s Romania Foundation Publishing House
» Savu Mihaela, Scientific Journal Designer at Tomorrow’s Romania Foundation Publishing House
Editor in Chief: BONDREA A. Aurelian, Associate Professor Ph.D., Rector at Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
Deputy Chief Editor: GURGU Elena, Associate Professor Ph.D., Department of Economic Sciences, Spiru Haret University, Bucharest, Romania
Call for papers of the ASHUES Journal for 2018 are also guided this time by the major trends that are expected to take place in 2018 in the global economy and will influence one way or another our lives for all. The global economy will face serious challenges in the coming months, and there is a mountain of debt in the background that makes the markets nervous and thus increases the vulnerability of the system to destabilizing shocks. However, the basic scenario of the world economy for 2018 seems to be continuity. Power and economic influence will continue to shift from West to East, without suddenly changing the polarization pattern of jobs, income and policies, primarily in developed countries.
In the context of the worsening of the global financial crisis, policy makers are more likely to address long-term problems that hamper sustainable development. The last decade has been highlighted by a series of economic crises and negative shocks, starting with the 2008-2009 global financial crisis, followed by the European sovereign debt crisis in 2010-2012 and the global realignment of commodity prices over the 2014-2016 period. As these crises succeeded, the world economy has strengthened, providing a greater sphere of policy reorientation to long-term issues that hamper progress in the economic, social and environmental dimension of sustainable development.
Worldwide growth is expected to remain constant at 3.0% in 2018 and 2019. Strong economic activity was not evenly shared between countries and regions. The recent acceleration of world economic growth in products is mainly due to the stronger growth of more developed economies, although East and South Asia remain the most dynamic regions in the world. Recent economic gains remain unevenly distributed between countries and regions, and many parts of the world need to regain a healthy growth rate. The economic outlook for many commodity exporters remains provocative, highlighting vulnerability to explosion cycles in countries with a low natural resource base.
A stronger and wider recovery of investment activity needed to support productivity growth and accelerate progress towards sustainable development goals can be discouraged by a high level of trade policy uncertainty, considerable uncertainties about the impact of the large central bank balance sheet adjustment, as well as increased debt and an increase in longer-term financial fragility.
Between 2017 and 2019, a GDP per capita decline or increase is expected in Central Europe, Africa, West Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean. These combined regions represent 275 million people living in extreme poverty. This underlines the importance of addressing longer-term structural issues that hinder faster progress towards sustainable development and ensure that the objectives of poverty eradication and decent work for all are not pushed further. Failure to do so may leave a quarter of the African population in extreme poverty by 2030. Supporting economic growth in LDCs requires both financial resources and progress towards addressing institutional and security concerns.
Accelerating growth also has an environmental cost. The frequency of weather-related shocks continues to increase, highlighting the urgent need to build resistance to climate change and counteract the degradation rate of the environment. Although the level of global carbon emissions related to energy remained unclear between 2013-2016, the return to a more pronounced GDP growth will probably lead to higher levels of emissions. International maritime and aviation emissions are not covered by the Paris Agreement and emissions from these two sectors have increased faster than road transport over the past 25 years and have continued to grow uninterrupted since 2013.
The transition to sustainable energy is advancing at a progressive pace. Renewable energies represent more than half of the recently installed power capacity, but still account for about 11% of global energy generation. China remains the world's largest renewable energy investor, and renewable investments in 2017 have been backed by massive wind projects in Australia, China, Germany, Mexico, the United Kingdom and the United States.
At a time when many countries, especially in Africa, continue to suffer from a serious energy shortage, there is tremendous potential to lay the foundations for environmentally sustainable growth in the future, smart policies and investments today .
High levels of political uncertainty continue to affect the prospects for global trade, development aid, migration and climate goals and may delay a wider recovery of global investment and productivity. Increasing geopolitical tensions could intensify the trend towards more unilateral and isolationist policies. The prolonged period of abundant global liquidity and low borrowing costs have contributed to a further rise in global debt and an accumulation of financial imbalances. Many emerging economies - especially those with more open capital markets - remain vulnerable to increases in risk aversion, a runaway tightening of global liquidity conditions, and a sudden withdrawal of capital.
As the conditions for wider global economic stability are strengthened, the need to concentrate political action on the consequences of the economic crisis and macroeconomic stabilization in the short term has slowed. With the improvement of investment conditions, this creates a larger sphere of action to reorient policy towards longer-term issues such as enhancing the quality of the environment, economic growth, integration, and addressing institutional deficiencies that hinder development. Reorienting policy to address these challenges and maximizing co-benefits between development goals can generate stronger investment, job creation and longer-term economic growth in the medium term. Current investment in areas such as education, expanding access to healthcare, increasing resilience to climate change, improving the executive balance of institutions and enhancing financial and digital inclusion will support economic growth and short-term job creation. It will also accelerate progress towards social and environmental objectives and increase the long-term potential for sustainable growth.
As in previous years, some of the bold and innovative movement trends that top companies around the world do to keep their success are in their early stages, while others have already taken root.
In our journal, the published papers will take into account these 20 business trends that will lead successfully the global economy in 2018:
Here is how we see the global trends taking shape in 2018 like examples of questions that could be addressed but are not limited to:
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