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The european economic integration and its incidences oh the foregn trade

Author: Lucia Juravschi
Degree:doctor of economics
Speciality: 08.00.14 - World Economy; International Economic Relations
Scientific council:


The thesis was presented on the 2 September, 2006
Approved by NCAA on the 14 June, 2007


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The research European economic integration and its incidences on the foreign trade contributes to the extent of the dimension of the studies devoted to the process of the European integration, underlining the accelerate character of the manifestation of the integrationist tendencies. The subject of the research vises an aspect of a high importance of the process of integration, for the foreign trade is one of the most significant instruments of European integration, the development of which supposed the abandoning of the sovereignty within the commercial domain.

The evaluation of the effects of the European integration on the foreign trade persuades a special research interest, especially in the context in which the multilateral system of the international trade is threatened by the phenomenon of proliferation of the commercial blocks which promote protectionist tendencies towards the third countries. Within this context, the problematic of the regionalism - multilateralism dichotomy was also approached in the research. The theoretical dimension gives full value to the concept of regional integration as well as other related concepts as European integration, European construction, positive integration, negative integration, differentiated integration.

The paper reveals the fundamental peculiarities of the European Union’s extension towards East process and offers a deeper analysis of the commercial integration process of the new member states within the European space. There were also identified the commercial effects of the enlargement towards East on the member states and on the position of the European Unions within the international trade.

The research underlines the necessity of taking over of the commercial integration experience within the European space from other new member states of the European Union, as well as from the candidate states, especially Romania. In the given context, there was underlined the necessity of diversification and enlargement of both the export offer and the export markets.