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ALEXANDRA HOROBET, LUCIAN BELASCU Interactions between Fundamental Analysis and Market Performance for Romanian Companies: A Panel Data Approach

 

DANIELA ELENA MARINESCU, DUMITRU MARIN Optimal Contracts in Asymmetric Information with Random Reservation Utility Level

 

MARINELA MIRCEA, BOGDAN GHILIC-MICU, MARIAN STOICA

Information Audit for Decision Processes

 

BOGDAN V. ILEANU, AL. ISAIC MANIU, VASILE BOBB The Economic Factors and Religious Behaviour. A Survey in Romania.

 

P. POCATILU, A. VISOIU, M. DOINEA, W. VAN OSCH Mobile Learning and Mobile Technologies in Academia: A Case Study

 

PU-YAN NIE Quality Commitment under Monopoly

 

OGUZ KAYNAR Forecasting Industrial Production Index with Soft Computing Techniques

 

BOBAN ĐOROVIĆ, DRAGAN PAMUČAR Fuzzy Mathematical Model for Design and Evaluation of the Logistic Organisational Structure

 

ANA GARCIA GALLEGO, MARIA MURES QUINTANA Business Failure Prediction Models: Finding the Connection between Their Results and the Sampling Method

 

JIANCAI PI The Choice of Multi Task Delegation Modes in Relation Based Societies

 

VICENT ARAGO, ENRIQUE SALVADOR The Risk Return Trade off in Europe: Is There a Pro - cyclical Risk Aversion?

 

SHENG-HUNG CHEN, JUN-DE LEE Is Time Varying Industry Beta Risk Broken Stationary? Panel Unit Root with Multiple Structural Breaks

 

XING GAO, WEIJUN ZHONG, SHUE MEI Convergence of a Cournot Oligopoly with Extrapolative Expectations

 

VAHID HAJIPOUR, SEYED H. R. PASANDIDEH Proposing an Adaptive Particle Swarm Optimization for a Novel Bi objective Queuing Facility Location Model

 

HASSAN HEIDARI, S. TURAN KATIRCIOGLU, N. DAVOUDI Trade and Growth Nexus in Iran: An Application of Bounds Test Approach to Level Relationship

 

VERGIL VOINEAGU, SILVIA PISICA, NICOLETA CARAGEA

Forecasting Monthly Unemployment by Econometric Smoothing

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