Academy of Economic Studies, ROMANIA, Bucharest

Team Members

Laurentiu Tächiciu, Director of the Research Center in Business,
Nela Popescu
, PHD,
Ana Bobirca
, Faculty of International Business and Economics,
Cristiana Cristureanu
, Faculty of International Business and Economics.

Guide Fields

Laurentiu Tächiciu, Director of the Research Center in Business

The Research Center in Business coordinates a national network on service research. Topics include:

  • Innovation and services, innovation policy
  • Internationalisation of services (cross-border trade, foreign affiliates trade etc.), outsourcing/offshoring of services
  • Service industries and socioeconomic development, especially focusing on the knowledge economy
  • The framework of economic and social policies that have impact on the service sector
  • Indicators and measurement methods related to service sector development
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business ethics and social responsability
  • Risk analysis for business

An ongoing service project is:„ Getting Benefit of Romania’s competitive potential in the field of services” a research grant, which is financed by Romanian Government. This project has the following objectives:

  • theoretical knowledge related to services
  • the estimation of actual service developments in Romania, and regional differences in relation to the European Union;
  • Analysis of services industry key indicators (identifying the competitive and comparative benefits for Romania);
  • understanding the impact services have on the economy, including a better evaluation of services role in knowledge economy;
  • the development of a methodology to evaluate the effects of service liberalization;
  • identifying Romania’s competitive potential in the field of services.
  • For further information see: http://www.cercetareservicii.ase.ro .

Selected References

  • Laurentiu TACHICIU, The problem of services for the National Reform Program of Romania, the Volume of Conference “Services and Competitiveness”, 2006.
  • Nela POPESCU, Laurentiu TACHICIU, Priority Fields and the Source of Business Competitive Advantage in a Knowledge Economy, The International Conference „Advancing Business and Management in Knowledge – based Society”, Portoroz, Slovenia , 2006, published in „Advancing Business and Management in Knowledge – based Society”, 2006, pp. 137-143, ISSN: 1854-4312, ISBN: 961-6573-16-0.
  • Nela POPESCU, Laurentiu TACHICIU, Research as an agent for transformation and development: The Business Research Center of the Academy of Economic Studies of Bucharest, “Amfiteatru Economic” Journal, No. 20, 2006, pp. 185-195 (Romanian and English)
  • Laurentiu TACHICIU, Axis of public policies regarding commerce in Romania, Commerce and Competitiveness, Conference proceedings, The Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, 2005 (Romanian)
  • Laurentiu TACHICIU, Modern solutions for human resources development in commerce, Commerce and Competitiveness, Conference proceedings, Academia de Studii Economice din Bucuresti, Bucharest, 2004 (Romanian)
  • Laurentiu TACHICIU, Ion SCHILERU, Education answers to globalization challenges – an example, the National Conference on Virtual Learning proceedings, Universitatea Bucuresti, Bucharest, 2004
  • Laurentiu TACHICIU, Competitive Pressures and Strategic Alternatives Regarding Commerce Transactions, Gruber, Bucharest, 2003 (Romanian)
  • Laurentiu TACHICIU, Recent evolution regarding distribution channels and retailing formats, communication to the symposium “Romanian Commerce facing twenty first century challenges”, The Academy of Economic Studies, 2002 (Romanian)
  • Iacob KERBALEK, Lauren?iu TACHICIU, The status of small and medium-sized enterprises within the Romanian business environment, Forum Consulting Partners, Bucharest, 2000 (Romanian)
  • Nela POPESCU, The commerce with services in Central and East region of Europe: determinantes, bariers, implications, The Volume of Conference “Services and Competitiveness”, 2006.
  • Nela POPESCU, Innovation in services sector: empirical evidences and features, Transilvania University (Bra?ov), 2006, published in „The 6th Biennial International Symposium SIMPEC 2006”, pp. 358-363.
  • Nela POPESCU, Education and social exclusion in Romania: Key Risk Factors, European Science Foundation Conference (Euresco Conference) „Causes and Consequences of Low Education in Contemporary Europe”, Granada, Spain, 2004 (www.efs.org ).
  • Nela POPESCU, Romanian citizenship: political and social aspects, European Science Foundation Conference (Euresco conference) „European Integration – Bulding European Citizenship”, Aquafredda di Maratea, Italy, 2003 (www.efs.org ).
  • Nela POPESCU, Is business ethics able to solve the problem of opportunism?, European Science Foundation Conference (Euresco conference) „European Societies or European Society?”, Seefeld in Tirol, Austria, 2002 (www.efs.org ).
  • Nela POPESCU, The Role of Critical Thinking, Academic Entrepreneurship and Talent in the Economic Development, Amfiteatru Economic, Nr. 19, 2006, pp.52-59.
  • Nela POPESCU, Choosing business risk measures, Romanian Journal of Economic Forecasting, Romanian Academy, Nr.3, 2005, pp. 59-65.
  • Nela POPESCU, Aspects about market risk of business in the context of Romanian integration within European Union, Faculty of Marketing, 2006, Bucharest, ASE Publishing House, 2006, pp. 420 – 425.
  • Nela POPESCU, Transfer of technology: economic and development implications and policy options, Commerce and Competitiveness, Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest, 2005, published in Commerce and Competitiveness , ASE Publishing House, 2006, pp. 134-139.
  • Nela POPESCU, Entrepreneurship in the knowledge society, Commerce and Competitiveness, Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest, 2004, published in Commerce and Competitiveness, ASE Publishing House 2006, pp. 375-379.
  • Director of the Research Center Laurentiu Tächiciu Academy of Economic Studies, Piata Romana nr.6, sector 1, Bucharest, Romania T +4021-3191900
    F +4021-3191996
    E  laurentiu.tachiciu@gma...
  • Nela Popescu Academy of Economic Studies, Piata Romana nr.6, sector 1, Bucharest, Romania E  nelapopescu@yahoo.com...
  • Ana Bobirca Faculty of International Business and Economics, Academy of Economic Studies, 13-15 Mihai Eminescu Street, Bucharest 1, Romania T +40-21-310 19 90
    E  ana.bobirca@rei.ase.ro...
  • Cristiana Cristureanu Faculty of International Business and Economics, Academy of Economic Studies, 13-15 Mihai Eminescu Street, Bucharest 1 T +40-21-310 19 90
    E  cristiana.cristureanu@...
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