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Studies and researches
Vol. 4 Issue 2 - 12/2012
Usage of the European Funds for Agricultural and Countryside Development in Romanian Rural Areas
This paper aims to analyze the absorption of European funds designed for agriculture and rural space by Romania and one of its regions, in the context of integration in the European Union. The research was based on information collected within statistical surveys conducted at the national level and information collected by the county’s institutions. The results emphasis the absorption of the European Union founded programmes designed to support agriculture, with reference to the research area and identify the factors which influenced the reduced absorption rate. Some measures to be implemented in order increase the European funds in rural area were developed. Read more
European funds, agriculture, rural development, funds absorption

R11, O11
Studies and researches
Vol. 5 Issue 1 - 6/2013
The Use of New Technologies for the Collection of Statistical Information in Romania
Web based information collection becomes important for statistical analysis, because of the offered advantages and by the information technology progress. The paper analyzes web based information collection organization and implementation at national level and discusses the validity by using different data sources, such as survey online portal implemented by National Institute of Statistics description and functionality, legal framework existing web-surveys, security issues, and new technologies. The research will contribute to the theoretical foundation of web-based statistical information collection, identifies the stakeholders and each category advantages. Read more
online information collection, web-survey, statistical research, national framework

B23, C81, C88
Studies and researches
Vol. 15 Issue 1 - 6/2023
Applications of Decomposed Theory of Planned Behaviour in Making Decision to Adopt a Career in Social Entrepreneurship
The primary objective of the research is to identify the determinants that influence the decision-making process of entrepreneurs in pursuing a social enterprise. The study is based on the Decomposed Theory of Planned Behaviour, which is a well-known framework used to forecast intentions, encompassing social entrepreneurial career intentions. However, prior research has predominantly focused on conventional entrepreneurship. The central aim of this research is to explore whether there are any variations in the factors that influence the intention of establishing a social enterprise as a means of conducting one's own business. The current study specifically investigates the degree of correlation between Decomposed Theory of Planned Behaviour predictors and the intentions of pursuing a socially entrepreneurial career. The research compares the determinants that underlie the decision to launch a social enterprise based on a comprehensive sample of 142 Romanian social entrepreneurs and their evaluations of social entrepreneurial career intentions. The findings validate the widespread impact of attitudes and perceived behavioural control (self-efficacy) on social entrepreneurial career intentions, as well as the effects of subjective norms. Read more
entrepreneurial career, social entrepreneurship, intention, Decomposed Theory of Planned Behaviour, factors

M14, M21
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