On-line Journal Modelling the New Europe no.16/2015 is now available!

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  Dear colleagues, On-line Journal Modelling the New Europe no. 16/2015, on the topic of  Small Business Management Performance in a European Context   -  is now available! We would like to use this opportunity to thank our collaborators for their involvement in this project, especially our guest editor: Nicoleta Dorina RACOLŢA-PAINA, Associate Professor, PhD Faculty of European Studies Babeş-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca, România nicoleta.paina@euro.ubbcluj.ro CONTENTS  I.   Horaţiu DAN: THE INFLUENCE OF CULTURAL ELEMENTS ON FISCAL BEHAVIOUR IN THE EUROPEAN UNION II.   Andreea IBĂNESCU, Nicoleta Dorina RACOLŢA-PAINA; Dan IONESCU: MANAGERS’ PERCEPTIONS REGARDING MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF ROMANIAN SMES. SELECTED FINDINGS FROM 2012-2015 III.    Kaloyan SIMEONOV: EU CAPITAL MARKETS INITIATIVES FOR BETTER FINANCING SMEs IV.  Kornélia LAZÁNYI: WHAT MAKES A START-UP SUCCESSFUL? – SMALL BUSINESS VENTURES IN FOCUS V.  Veronica Maria MATEESCU: PERSPECTIVES ON DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT AT WORKPLACE. THE EUROPEAN SMES CASE…
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Call for papers: Crossing the Ocean: Transatlantic Conjunctures and Conjectures

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Th On-line Journal Modelling the New Europe invites authors to contribute papers for its next issue - no. 17/2015 on the topic Crossing the Ocean: Transatlantic Conjunctures and Conjectures During the recent decades, transatlantic studies have acquired their distinct references and recognition as a field of study dedicated to multiple interactions and mutual relations between the New World and other geographical areas situated on different sides of the ocean. More often than not, the research comprising the field of Transatlantic Studies points at various possible encounters between the United States of America and countries and regions situated across the Atlantic Ocean. Due to the protean and multifaceted presence of the United States in all aspects of contemporary life all over the world, transatlantic studies have been associated with plural approaches and…
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