Distribution of Articles published per year
(2014 - 2018)
(2014 - 2018)
Total number of journals
Article 2 Reads 0 Citations The Role of Supreme Audit Institutions in Promoting and Strengthening Ethics and Integrity in the Public Sector. Possibl... Published: 07 June 2018
Journal for Ethics in Social Studies, doi: 10.18662/jess/08
Article 2 Reads 0 Citations Organizational Performance Management at a Strategic Level. Advanced Systems and Tools Published: 10 December 2017
Journal for Ethics in Social Studies, doi: 10.18662/jess/04
Article 1 Read 0 Citations The Legal Regime Applicable to Financial Audit in Army Units Published: 25 June 2017
International conference KNOWLEDGE-BASED ORGANIZATION, doi: 10.1515/kbo-2017-0083
Through the present paper, the authors propose to bring into the readers’ attention the most relevant legal aspects that relate to the organisation and exercise of activity of internal public audit in those entities that have a more special character, by being included in the national defence and security system. Also, we will also be referring to the ways of exercising the aforementioned activity, and to the weaknesses that still characterise the system, as shown by the external public audit reports, published by the Supreme Institute of Audit (The Romanian Court of Auditors, for the last verified exercise at the Ministry of Defence - 2015). The development of our proceedings is based on the legislation applicable in this domain, but also on reports, issued by prestigious institutions, that contain data and information that is both as recent as possible and absolutely credible.
Article 2 Reads 5 Citations Profile of Green Consumers in Romania in Light of Sustainability Challenges and Opportunities Published: 26 May 2015
Sustainability, doi: 10.3390/su7066394
Sustainability and responsible consumption are now the policies of companies interested in preserving a good reputation. If in the past, sustainability was an issue present only in the corporate social responsibility campaigns developed by companies; nowadays, this aspect has become a key element that has been proven to influence the purchasing behavior of consumers. The existence of policies and strategies in the area of sustainability does not necessarily mean their being put into practice as long as people, who make these objectives attainable, are not aware of them. The present paper aims to explore the green consumption of Romanian consumers, which would indicate whether the concern for environmental problems is then translated into an appropriate behavior; in other words, whether “words become facts”. At the same time, this paper analyzes the extent to which the “green trend” has gained popularity in Romania, how involved the Romanian consumers are with environmental issues and the behaviors they adopt in order to mitigate the impact on the ecosystem. However, there are differences between individual opinions on green consumption and the actual behavior adopted in trying to ameliorate this issue.