StatusThe thesis was presented on the 11 December, 2008
Approved by NCAA on the 26 February, 2009
Abstract– 3.17 Mb / in romanian
ThesisCZU 339.9:339.5(498)(043.2)=135.1 G87
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Investigation of The external trade policy of the Romania in the European integration process and economical globalization contribute to the extension of study dimension dedication to the process of European integration, underlining accelerate character of manifestation of an integration trends in Europe. The subject of the investigation regard the significance aspect of integration process, the external trade policy of Romania which activate on the base of national economy development in concordance with promotion of European Union policies in the domain of intercommunity external trade and in relations with third countries.
The complex and systemic treatment of the Romanian external trade policy in the integration process after the adherence to the European Union. Improvement and adaptation of external trade policy to the European standards through internal and external measures, modernization of international commercial policies. The implementation of European Union recommendations of towards improvement of international commercial policies on the national regional and sub regional level on the scope of European integration after adherence.
The theoretical dimension put in the value the concept of the regional integration and another connect concepts, as European integration, European constriction, positive integration, negative integration, differentiation integration. Scientifically demarche of the thesis have bin centering, in the main, on the Romanian commercial policy integration with European Union commercial policy and negotiation of the commercial policy in the multilateral, regional and sub regional system propos an deeply analyze of the problem of commercial integration of new member countries in the European space. In the same time was an identified commercial effect of the extensions of the European Union over non member countries of Europe and on the European Union position in the international commerce.