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Sustainable development and business opportunities.
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Chapter 1 Sustainability- a contemporary world requirement
By Daniela Stefänescu. Liviu Ciucan-Rusu -1.3.

1.1. Sustainable development - concept. principles
1.2. The sustainable development challenges
1.3. The globalization process in the knowledge based societv
1.4. Sustainability indicators
1.4.1. Institutional indicators

Chapter 2 Economic Development- a sustainable development component
By Emilia Herman. Hans-Jürgen Weissbach - 2.4.3. 2.4.4. 2.4.5

2.1. Economic developmcnt-conccptual dclimitations
2.1.1. Economic development definitions
2.1.2. Economic Growth and Economic Development
2.1.3. Development vs. Underdevelopment
2.2. Theories and modeis of economic development
2.2.1 Classical theory
2.2.2. J. A. Schumpeter 's place in the analysis of development issues
2.2.3. Main modeis of economic growth
2.2.4. Contemporary theories and modeis of economic development.
2.2.5. Conclusions and study cases
2.3. Specific indicators of economic development
2.4. Influence of entrepreneurial economy on sustainable development
2.4.1. The evolution ofthe entrepreneurial economy in the economic theories
2.4.2. Entrepreneurial economy versus managed economy
2.4.3. "Sustainopreneurship"
2.4.4. Impact of "entrepreneurship-as-usual" on sustainability
2.4.5. Entrepreneurship and the deva/ualion ofthe tied capital.

Chapter 3 The social perspective of sustainable development
By Maria Ana Georgescu. Hans-Jürgen Weissbach - 3.3..
Szegedi Krisztina - 3.7.

3.1. The justification of social and economic approach
3.1.1. The socio-economic view-point
3.1.2. Views on economic activity
3.2. Categories of goods and the access to them
3.2.1. Conceptual delimitations
3.2.2. Merit goods - the bridge between the economic and social polides
3.3. The transformation of merit goods and public goods into commodities
3.3.1. Public goods provide
3.3.2. Merit goods provide
3.3.3. New markeis for professions
3.4. Social security and social protection
3.4.1. General aspects
3.4.2. The definition and the objectives of social policy
3.4.3. The role ofthe first social policies ofthe transition
3.4.4. The level and structure ofthe public social expendilures
3.4.5. Public policy analysis
3.5. Education and access to education
3.5.1. Conceptual approach
3.5.2. Education as a mediator between society and individual
3.5.3. School 's role in the s\ 'stem of social stratification
3.5.4. Access to education social inequalities and the inequality of educational chances
3.5.5. The contemporary social approach ofthe process of formal education
3.5.6. Decliningvalue ofdiplomas
3.5.7. The concept of "lifelong learning"
3.6. The perspective upon the poverty phenomenon
3.7. Corporate social responsibility
3.7.1. The concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)....
3.7.2. Content elements of Corporate Social Responsibility
3.7.3. Advantages of Corporate Social Responsibility
3.7.4. CSR process and its toolbar

Chapter 4 Environment protection in the sustainable development context
By Kädär Horväth Agnes

4.1. Energetic efficiency
4.2. Alternative energies
4.3. Climate modifications, agrarian background, biodiversity (ecosystem)
4.4. Environment indicators


Chapter 5 Main indicators of sustainable development analysis ....
By Daniela Stefanescu

5.1. Case studies regarding the main indicators of sustainable development
5.1.1. Gross domestic product per capita
5.1.2. Investment as share in gross domestic product.
5.1.3. Business Investment as share ofGDP.
5.1.4. Gross saving and adjusted net saving as a percentage of gross national income
5.1.5. Inflation rate
5.1.6. Gross domestic expenditure on research and development as a percent of gross domestic product
5.1.7. Employment-to-popidation ratio
5.1.8. Vulnerable employment
5.1.9. Labour productivity
5.1.10. Internet users per 1000 population
5.1.11. E-government indicators
5.1.12 Foreign direct Investment
5.2. Human Development Index

Chapter 6 Case studies regarding the correlation between the main sustainable development indicators
By Emilia Herman, Daniela Stefanescu

6.1. Correlation between GDP per capita and Investment share in GDP
6.2. Correlation between R&D expenditure and GDP per capita
6.3. Inflation rate and GDP per capita
6.4. GDP per capita and Business investment as share in GDP
6.5. GDP per capita and Human Development Index
6.6. Life expectancy and GDP per capita
6.7. Life expectancy at birth and HDI
6.8. Employment in economic sectors and GDP per capita
6.9. The correlation between entrepreneurship and sustainable development
6.10. Insteadof conclusions
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