Danubius International Conferences, 11th International Conference on European Integration - Realities and Perspectives

Quo vadis - an Unusual Economy Faces New Challenges in the Current Global Crisis?

Luminita Maria Filip, Dan Pauna
Last modified: 2016-04-01


In recent decades, scientific guidance and concern of economists showed no obvious shift to the human factor, at least a reconsideration of the place and role of the individual as a prerequisite for economic growth. There is a particular focus on issues of social welfare, gender report / inequality, "poverty zones" great propagation phenomenon, which determines the current vision of a new "social geography" which traces its new contours.

Poverty is a residual effect of the failure to adapt to an increasingly competitive economy or the price paid for the rapid growth of corporate wealth, the risk is the essential engine of development.

The study provides an overview, the global, regional and national levels on important economic sectors and thematic areas (agriculture, trade, migration), analyzing how they are reflected on the socio-economic and demographic imbalances. In the midst of the most dramatic crisis of humanity, the objectives of poverty reduction have become more difficult and demanding a radical change in economic philosophy and the foundations of an international partnership.