The USV Annals of Economics and Public Administration


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The USV Annals of Economics and Public Administration (ISSN 2285-3332, On-line ISSN 2344-3847, ISSN-L 2285-3332) appeared until 2011, inclusively, under the name of The Annals of the Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Fascicle of the Faculty of Economics and Public Administration (with ISSN 2066-575X). It is published at Editura Universității "Ștefan cel Mare" din Suceava ("Ștefan cel Mare" Univeristy of Suceava Publishing House, Romania) and it appeared for the first time in 2001, when the Faculty of Economics and Public Administration (now the Faculty of Economics, Administation and Business) organized the first symposium; after that, the symposium had a periodical oranization and the journal appeared periodically, too.

Understanding the necessity of improving the quality standards of the scientific research in the frame of the Faculty, as well as for adapting at the CNCSIS (The National Council of Scientific Research in Higher Education) requirements, we proceeded for the reorganization of the editing procedure of the journal. We managed to classify our journal, which starting with 2008, is in the B+ category of CNCSIS (code 825), remaining in this national classification until 2011, when it was cancelled. It is also indexed in several international databases, such as RePEc, DOAJ, EBSCO, Cabell’s Directories, ERIH PLUS. In the same time, we have increased its visibility in Romania and abroad by developing collaborations with researchers from several universities and institutes.

We welcome theoretical and empirical articles from all economic fields, according to the 5 sections:

·          Economy, trade, services

·          Management and business administration

·          Accounting-finance

·          Statistics, economic informatics and mathematics

·          Public administration

 

They will be evaluated in blind review system.

Starting with 2009, the journal appears twice a year (June and December).


 


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Vol 23, No 2(38) (2023)

Table of Contents

Economy, trade, services

THE ROLE OF INSTITUTIONAL FACTORS ON CAPITAL FLOWS TO MIDDLE-INCOME SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA Abstract
Nombulelo Braiton, Nicholas M. Odhiambo
Changes in the Behaviour of Tourists After the Covid-19 Pandemic. A Credingreen Research Abstract
Angela Albu, Mihaela STATE, Carmen Emilia CHASOVSCHI
Some Considerations about Resilient Food Systems as a Pillar for Food Security and Sustainability Abstract
CORINA ENE
THE ROLE OF UNIVERSITY SPIN-OFFS NETWORK CHOICES IN THE QUALITY OF TECHNOLOGICAL TRANSFER AND CAPITALIZATION OF ACADEMIC RESEARCH Abstract
Otilia Cramariuc, Carmen Eugenia Nastase
Risk of entrepreneurial discontinuity and dissatisfaction in the informal sector in Cameroon Abstract
Mathieu Juliot Mpabe Bodjongo, Innocent Essomme, Fanny Kabwe Omoyi
RĂŞINARI, BIERTAN AND RÂU SADULUI – TOP RURAL TOURIST DESTINATIONS WORLDWIDE Abstract
Mariana Spanu, Virgil Nicula
International migration of Romanians. A gravity model analysis. Abstract
Ecaterina Tomoiaga
THE ROLE OF EU FUNDS ON BOOSTING LOCAL ECONOMIES IN SMALL TOWNS OF ROMANIA. ANALYSIS OF SMART CITY PROJECTS IMPLEMENTED IN SIRET TOWN, ROMANIA Abstract
Procopie Florin Gusul

Management and business administration

CRISIS AS AN OPPORTUNITY OF ACCELERATED DEVELOPMENT FOR THE BUSINESS ENTITIES Abstract
Giorgi Katamadze, Natela Tsiklashvili
DESTINATION MARKETING IN TOURISM Abstract
Alexandru Nedelea
THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE STUDY ON 6D MODEL (HOFSTEDE) AND GENDER DIVERSITY IN WESTERN COMPANIES: EUROPEAN MNCS VS AMERICAN MNCS VS ASIAN MNCS Abstract
Iulia BURLAC

Accounting and finance

THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS ON THE IMPACT OF THE UNDERGROUND ECONOMY ON SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Abstract
Elena Hlaciuc
APPLICATION OF PROFESSIONAL JUDGEMENT IN THE RECOGNITION OF PROVISIONS. THE CASE OF BSE LISTED COMPANIES Abstract
Maria Grosu, Camelia Catalina Mihalciuc
TESTING THE PERCEPTION OF ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONALS IN SUCEAVA COUNTY ON THE DIGITIZATION OF THE PROFESSION Abstract
MARIAN SOCOLIUC, Iulia Maria Ţîgănaş
CONSIDERATIONS ON THE FINANCIAL, ACCOUNTING AND RELATIONAL IMPACT OF FINTECH PLATFORMS ON ROMANIAN COMPANIES Abstract
LUCIA CAMELIA RISTI, CRISTINA NICOLAESCU, MONICA SUZANA VERESS
A BRIEF INCURSION INTO THE DRIVERS OF THE ADOPTION BEHAVIOR OF DIGITAL TOOLS BY ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONALS Abstract
Cristina Gabriela Cosmulese
Accounting and taxation - relationship of connection or disconnection. A Romanian Case Study Abstract
Nicoleta Iulia Popescu (Bodea), Mihaela Ionela Socoliuc
External public audit, an important pillar in the good financial management of public budgets as well as in combating fraud in the public sector Abstract
Diana Sabina Branet

Public administration

INCLUSIVE LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOR EFFECTIVE SERVICE DELIVERY IN HIGH-RISK MUNICIPALITIES Abstract
Elvin Shava
ASSESSING TOTAL REWARDS AND EMPLOYEE RETENTION AT A MUNICIPALITY IN KWAZULU-NATAL, SOUTH AFRICA Abstract
Lungisa Nakin, Khalida Akbar, Farai Nyika, Dianne Souls


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