StatusThe thesis was presented on the 17 February, 2012
Approved by NCAA on the 5 April, 2012
Abstract– 0.73 Mb / in romanian
Thesis is structured as follow: introduction, four chapters, general conclusions and recommendations, bibliography - 247 titles, 19 annexes, 147 pages of basic text, 20 figures and 59 tables. Obtained results were presented within 24 scientific sessions and 27 publications.
Area of studies is focused on Ways to streamline the financial systems management in conditions of globalization.
Methodological Support is formed from doctrines, theories, laws, principles, policies related to financial systems management in conditions of globalization and comparative study of specialized literature.
Research Methodology is based on a relevant system of methods, procedures, techniques, postulates, principles and instruments in order to perform the research.
Research Purpose and Objectives are to elaborate Ways to streamline the financial systems management in conditions of globalization in Republic of Moldova in order to accelerate reforms of national economy and its adaptation towards globalization process.
Scientific novelty and originality of investigations represent modalities to streamline the financial system management through proposals regarding own capital increase in financial circles, fiscal facilities and incentives, entrepreneurs subsidies and encourage within national economy, application of a „guaranteed price” in agriculture, foundation of Development Bank of Moldova, specialized financial institution.
Theoretical value of thesis is in modelling of doctrines, theories, laws, principles, policies related to the ways to streamline the financial systems management in conditions of globalization private property innovation, limited state intervention in national economy.
Thesis applicability is focused on remodelling of financial system scheme and structure, improvement of investment climate, identification of national economy development priorities in order to increase exports and attract Foreign Direct Investments, improvement and simplification of lending practices, diversification of international financial aids and maintenance of monetary and financial markets stability.