Jenica Popescu

Jenica Popescu
University of Craiova · Department of Finance, Banking and Economic Analysis

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The purpose of this study is to identify the factors influencing e-commerce and to evaluate the long and short-term impacts on the development of e-commerce activity. After establishing the hypotheses to verify, we use multiple panel regressions to test the influence of education level, consumer’s residence, consumer’s labour market status, interne...
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This study has attempted to investigate the consequences of CO2 emissions on infants’ health in Pakistan over the period of 1975 to 2013. Several economic factors have been employed in our analysis and the estimates show insignificant impact of CO2 emissions in affecting children mortality. Increasing health facilities lowers children mortality ove...
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The aim and novelty of this study consist of estimating the nexus between CO2 (carbon dioxide) emissions, energy use, economic growth, and financial development for ten Central and Eastern European countries (CEEC) over the 2000–2017 period, starting from Environmental Kuznets Curve (EKC) theory. The Fully Modified Ordinary Least Squares (FMOLS) me...
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The paper presents views on the state lending. According to the author, this process must be based on the same principles that apply to non-governmental credit, focusing particularly on guarantee of credit, one of the basic principles of prudential banking.
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This paper presents the evolution of exchange rate relative to major currencies, especially in 2008-2010 and forecast for 2011 to maintain relatively stable RON/Euro exchange rate around today. Since the exchange rate is expected to remain stable in the short term and the prospect of Romania's accession to the European Monetary Union in 2015 is sti...
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Economic systems as inherently unstable like financial markets and we should not seek to achieve perfect stability. A strategy may have more support would involve allow-ing, and sometimes encouraging, a larger short-term cycles, using drop smaller, more fre-quent work to rid the system of excesses. In this way, it can be avoided crises forced the k...
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Since the advent of globalization and the stellar rise of derivatives instruments, there has been a great deal of concern regarding: the heterogeneity of financial supervision in global financial markets; the too rapid pace of growth in derivative instruments and their unknowns; the increasing sophistication and complexity in instrument design and...
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The marketing contributes to the conquest and sell of products and services to clients. Besides these actions, the development of banks is greatly based on their capacity to keep their clients and to create a favorable image for the future objects by means of verbal communication. We often hear that “if a client is satisfied he speaks about his sat...
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Until present, Romanian real estate market doesn’t affect much by U.S. housing and financial crisis. Though, considering the ongoing globalization process Romania simply can not avoid risks coming from the interaction of its own economy with the other ones. More or less, sooner or later, the global credit crunch will affect our country's economy. O...
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The paper presents a new banking product having as main goal in offering some attractive income packages to construction workers and specialists. The purpose is to maintain this workforce into the country’s borders. Our national economy isn’t yet in a position to offer salaries like those offered in developed countries. The basics of the proposed b...
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Considering the ongoing globalization process Romania simply can not avoid risks coming from the interaction of its own economy with the other ones. More or less, sooner or later, the global credit crunch will affect our country's economy. Our government, through its fiscal policies and BNR, through its monetary policy just simply can not avoid the...
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The work presents aspects regarding the ascendant evolution of the banking activity in Romania from the point of view of performances, during the period 2003-2006. The dynamism of the Romanian bank market was preponderantly sustained by the non governmental credit, and within this, the credit granted to the population constituted the most dynamic s...

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