Special Issue "Sustainable Development and Entrepreneurship in Contemporary Economies"
A special issue of Sustainability (ISSN 2071-1050).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (16 November 2014)
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
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
Sustainable development represents not only a major challenge for every contemporary economy, but also an existential paradigm in doing business. Over the years, it has imposed a specific entrepreneurial development, where resource allotment and business initiatives are centered around a more environmentally friendly approach, beyond the classical economics efficiency criteria. Achieving a sustainable and well functional economic model necessitates the existence of a strong entrepreneurial culture, where the business initiative must assure a high degree of inland economic potential capitalization. With entrepreneurship, both the investors and communities will gain economic benefits which will further contribute to general social stability and welfare.
This Special Issue aims to discuss currently relevant research concerning sustainable development and entrepreneurship in contemporary economies, but from the larger context of paradigms changing in a post crisis period.
We welcome submissions of review and conceptual papers, both theoretical and practical contributions, case studies and research articles with a high degree of originality and field application. All submissions will be subjected to a rigorous peer review before publication.
Prof. Dr, Istudor Nicolae
Dr. Andrei Jean Vasile
Prof. Dr. Popescu H. Gheorghe
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- agricultural and rural policy
- business practices
- development paradigms
- ecosystem services
- green economy
- green marketing
- land use policy
- rural development
- sustainable business models
- sustainable development