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Danube - the Common Way between Great Socio-Economic Disparities

Author(s):Romeo Ionescu 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 135-142
The paper deals with the idea that a common river-Danube- can cover a lot of disparities connected to socio-economic, cultural, historical and religious approaches. As a result, the analysis in the paper is focused on economic disparities in all Danube countries, even that they are members or not of the EU27. The analysis is based on the latest official statistical data and is followed by a forecast for 2013-2014 in order to observe if the disparities will decrease or not. The main conclusion of the paper is that Danube can be a way and an instrument to solve regional disparities. The same Danube River can support a better socio-economic integration of the Danube countries, as well.

Investments – Fundamental Element for Economic Development of Republic of Moldova

Author(s):Svetlana Bîrlea 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 143-148
Capital market represents a important element of the financialconomic system of any modern economy and they play an important role in the allocation of capital within the economy. The development of the capital market represents the essential component of the restructuring process of the economic system. The analysis of environmental, economic, political and legal factors represents a strategic step for the opportunity to invest in a particular country.

Modern Organization of Entrepreneurial Business

Author(s):Liudmila Rosca-Sadurschi 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 149-160
This article gives the notion of “entrepreneurial business” and is compared to “business inovations”. It analyzes the advantages of these two notions. Modern methods are presented and analyzed to develop an innovative business through reengineering, incubators, business centers, clusters and others. It is also considered the experience of the Danube in practicing these organizational arrangements to develop business.  

The “Lower Danube” Euroregion as a Form of Cross-Border Cooperation

Author(s):Vira Tserkovna 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 161-168
The given article deals with such terms as “Euroregion”, and “cross-border cooperation”. The author discloses goals and objectives as well as the organizational structure of the “Lower Danube” Euroregion. There were analyzed main lines of development of the the “Lower Danube” Euroregion as a form of cross-border cooperation.

Prospects for the Development of Ethnic Tourism in the Euroregion “Lower Danube”

Author(s):Vyacheslav Todorov, Melanya Madzar
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 169-176
Geographical preconditions of development of ethnic tourism are considered in Danube region. Features are analyzed by territorial organizations of different types of ethnic resources. The characteristic of the most significant resources of development of ethnic tourism is resulted.

The Sustainability Issues of Major Crop Yield in "Lower Danubian" Region (by the Example of Cahul and Reni Regions)

Author(s):D.M Parmacli, V V Popovici 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 177-185
The article presents an analysis of the levels of crop yields and economic stability for the main agricultural crop types in the Lower Danube region based on the examples of the Cahul and the Reni Districts (Republic of Moldova and Ukraine respectively) - located in the zone of unstable crop farming – for years 2005-2012. The article also demonstrates the importance of an increased number of farmed crop types for stimulation of a higher economic stability of the crop yields. Finally, the work concludes with a number of recommendations for increasing the economic stability of the given farmed crop types.

The Strategy of the Forming of Recreational Zones on The Territory of Pridunav’e

Author(s):Tanya Umanets
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 186-190
In the article the theoretical aspects of development of the tourism sphere are considered at a regional level. Basic strategic directions and results of realization of the program of development of tourism in territory Pridunavya were determined and grounded.

Subjective Literary Critic – Personal Reasons for the Similiarity of O. Wilde and M. Kuzmin’s Aesthetic Views

Author(s):Olena Kolmykova 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 191-201
The psychotypes of the modernist critics O. Wilde and M. Kuzmin are under investigation in the presented article. The author distinguishes the main features of characters and the cultural environment of the English and the Ukrainian literary critics that influenced the creative personalities of O. Wilde and M. Kuzmin and explain the similarity of the writers’ aesthetic views.

A. S. Griboyedov in the Perception of A. Blok

Author(s):Natalya Lebedenko 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 202-208
The article devotes to the problem of the symbolic interpretation of the Russian classics’ works, first of all, the reception of Blok of the personality of russian playwright A. Griboyedov and his comedy “Woe from wit”. Having traced the main stages of the attitude of the Russian poetsymbolist to A. S. Griboyedov, the researcher marked, that the attention to the history of life, the tragic decease of the playwright, his works was typical during the creative development of A. Blok.
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