Special Issue "Resilient Economics and the Regional Sustainable Economic Growth"
A special issue of Sustainability (ISSN 2071-1050).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (27 February 2017)
Prof. Dr. Michael A. Peters
Prof. Dr. Hershey H. Friedman
Prof. Dr. Popescu H. H. Gheorghe
The Doctoral School, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Piata Romana Square, no.6, 1st District, Bucharest, Romania
Director, Center for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis, American Association for Economic Research, New York
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Interests: macroeconomics; regional economics; resources economics and economic governance; sustainable development
Prof. Dr. Linda Weiser Friedman
Department of Statistics and Computer Information Systems, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, CUNY, Lexington Avenue at East 24th Street, NYC
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Interests: corporate social responsibility; humor studies; statistical design and analysis of simulation experiments; programming languages; quantitative research methods
Assoc. Prof. Andrei Jean Vasile
Doctoral School of Economics II, Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, Piata Romana Square, no.6, 1st District, Bucharest, Romania
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Interests: agricultural economics, sustainable development, open economy macroeconomics, resource productivity, agricultural model, rural paradigms, agricultural policies
Resilience and the regional sustainable economic growth impact contemporary economies, human society and economic convergence, having lately become a point of discussion in public debates. In recent years, regional sustainable growth has become a major economic issue for numerous countries, which promote resilience as a part of their inland economic policy development.
Resilient economy represents a holistic approach, which includes a wide range of concepts and frameworks that are tightly connected to the progress of human society and economy in general. In this context, developing resilience for assuring regional sustainable economic growth is becoming a useful tool for all countries, which experienced the recent economic and financial crisis.
The main aim of this Special Issue is to review the main influence of resilient economies on assuring regional sustainable economic growth. Starting from the assumption that a resilient economy both assures a high degree of sustainability for each economic system, and that it is decisive to regional development and economic flexibility, supplying a sustainable resource buffer, throughout intervals of reduced regional economic accessibility, this Special Issue tries to point out that a resilient economy could provide good and sustainable regional development growth in terms of competitiveness.
This Special Issue aims to discuss a range of topics, regarding the role of the resilience in assuring regional sustainable economic growth in contemporary economies, regarding the core values of social and circular economy, and the influence of the blue economy paradigm on the regional development of infrastructure from scientific perspectives.
We invite contributors to submit manuscripts with a high degree of novelty as full-length articles, reviews and conceptual papers, from both theoretical and practical points of view, which focus on the influences of resilience on assuring regional sustainable economic growth. All submissions will be subjected to a rigorous peer-review procedure before publication with the aim of fast dissemination of results.
Prof. PhD Michael A. Peters
Prof. PhD Hershey H. Friedman
Prof. Dr. Popescu H. Gheorghe
PhD Panagiotis Mantalos
Prof. PhD. Linda Weiser Friedman
PhD. Andrei Jean Vasile
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- relative economics
- ecological economics
- integrative economic systems
- resources productivity
- green infrastructure
- multifunctional economic systems
- sustainability perspectives
- green development