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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 9 / 2006 (504)

New Optics in Analysis and Work Estimation of Abroad Romanian Citizens

Nita Dobrota
Mirela Ionela Aceleanu
Academia de Studii Economice Bucureşti

Abstract. Management of the active population employment became more and more complex in each country in a knowledge based society and a new economy, which are in a high connection with globalization and integration processes. From this point of view, the departures to work abroad, legal or illegal of the Romanian citizens for a better payment have already generated social-economic effects which have to concern more our public authorities. In this study we try to show the necessity of a national strategy for a full and efficient employment of whole Romanian labour potential, lay emphasis on the active population. In the same time through the indicators based on theoretical-methodological analyses and empiric estimated, we suggest some possible coordinates of this strategy.

Keywords: person left to work abroad vs. emigrant; costs and benefits of departures to work abroad; employment rate of national labour potential; work efficiency of the Romanian citizens who works in West-European countries; efficient employment strategy of Romanian active population.

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