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A A method of choice of the best alternative in the multiple solutions case in the Games Theory |
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A Mathematical Model of an Open Economy with Applications in Romania |
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52 |

A Type of a Rational Production Function |
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37 |

A generalization of a class of production functions |
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14 |
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39 |

A method of choice of the importance coefficients in the Electre method |
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13 |
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An Analysis of the Romanian Macroeconomic Conditions that Favored the Economic Crisis |
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13 |
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44 |

An Analysis of the Substitution Effect and of Revenue Effect in the Case of the Consumer’s Theory Provided with a CES Utility Function |
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13 |
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51 |

An Analysis on the Consumer Demand Dependence Relative to the Disposable Income for Romania during 2001-2011 |
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43 |

An Analysis on the Money Demand Dependence Relative to GDP and the Interest Rate for Romania during 2001-2011 |
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52 |

An Equilibrium Model for an Open Economy. Romania’s Case |
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9 |
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40 |

An adjustment of the Electre method for the case of intervals |
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8 |
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71 |

An analysis of the substitution effect and of revenue effect in the case of the consumer’s theory provided with an Allen utility function |
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7 |
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34 |

An analysis on taxes dependence relative to GDP for Romania during 2001-2011 |
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43 |

An analysis on the investment demand dependence relative to GDP and the interest rate for Romania during 2001-2011 |
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4 |
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20 |

An analysis on the net export dependence relative to GDP and the consumer demand for Romania during 2001-2011 |
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Analysis of the Evolution of the Gross Domestic Product by Means of Cyclic Regressions |
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Aspects of Price Discrimination in the Monopoly |
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68 |

Coordinates of fiscal policy in times of crisis and their efficiency |
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Countercyclical Economic Policies in Times of Crisis |
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Debt Burden in Romanian Economy |
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Discussions on n Substitutable Goods Production and Consumption |
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53 |

Evolution and consequences of economic crisis in Romania |
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General Aspects of the Economical Crisis |
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General Considerations on the Oligopoly |
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Generalized Cobb-Douglas Function for Two Inputs and Linear Elasticity |
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Generalized Cobb-Douglas function for three inputs and linear elasticity |
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Globalisation and the Current Economic Crisis |
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In this article, we will carry out an analysis on the regularity of the Gross Domestic Product of a country, in our case the United States. The method of analysis is based on the consideration of the development in the Fourier series of a function and testing in terms of the average absolute error of the nearest polynomial Fourier of real data are considered. The obtained results show a cycle for 13 years, the average absolute error being 3.69%. The method described allows an prognosis on shortterm trends in GDP |
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Intellectual Property Rights in the Era of “Information Society” |
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Mathematics and Microeconomics |
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On Certain Conditions for Generating Production Functions - I |
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On the General Theory of Production Functions |
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53 |
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Romania's Financial Market and Foreign Trade Impaction |
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The Complete Solution of the Core-Periphery Model for two Regions Using Successive Approximations |
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The Complete Theory of Cobb-Douglas Production Function |
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The Complete Theory of Generalized CES Production Function |
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The Consumer's Budget from a Geometrically Point of View |
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The Consumer’s Behavior after the Preferences Nature |
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The Determination of Spatial Interdependencies in the European Union |
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The E-Learning Limits |
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The Economic Crises of the Last Two Decades - Ignored Warnings |
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The Equilibrium Analysis of a Closed Economy Model with Government and Money Market Sector |
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The Equilibrium Analysis of a Closed Economy Model with Government and Money Market Sector - II |
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The Evolution of GDP in USA Using Polynomial Regression Analysis |
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The Extreme of a Function Subject to Restraint Conditions |
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The Open Society, Institutions and Economic Performance |
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The Problem of Efficiency of the Consumption or Production |
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The Reduction of Quadratic Forms to the Normal Form with Applications for Production Functions |
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The Substitution and the Revenue Effects for a Cobb-Douglas Utility Function |
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The evolution of GDP in USA using cyclic regression analysis |
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The localization problem |
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Trends and Developments in Romania's Trade Balance in the Period 2006-2010 |
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52 |

Two Methods of Determination of an Acquisition Program in Integer Numbers |
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22 |

Total Journal Articles |
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68 |
768 |
19 |
83 |
395 |
3,361 |