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Universitatea din Bucuresti
Name of the person involved in the event:
Nistor Cornelia Herman Radu
Date of the event:
08 June 2012 - 09 July 2012
Type of Dissemination event:
International Conference
Description of Dissemination Event:
The 2012 International Conference on Economics and Administration (ICEA 2012), organized by the Faculty of Business and Administration within the University of Bucharest, aimed at bringing together researchers, scientists, scholars and students in all areas of Economics and Administration, and providing an international forum for the dissemination of original research results, new ideas and practical development experiences which concentrate on both theory and practices.
Target group:
Researchers, scientists, scholars and students in all areas of Economics and Administration, the Romanian academical community.
Held in:
Bucharest, Romania
Outcomes and Results:
This dissemination activity has been very useful in order to give visibility to the project’s partnership, objective, tools and outcomes and also in order to keep all the academical community updated with regard to the project progresse. The project has been presented through two short research papers:the first one “Exploring the effects of book translation in history of Economics. Empirical evidence from a LLP- Erasmus Project” investigates the existing relationship between economic texts translations and the diffusion of knowledge in mono language countries underlining the relevance of new technological tools that enable, a wider number of user, to have access to qualitative information and data.
The second one: “The impact of the translations from History of Economic Thought and history of economics on learning process of the students and on available teaching materials” has the aim of exploring the importance of translated specialized economic materials, books and articles in ensuring a qualitative learning process, that expose students to new approaches and to a wider rage of economic disciplines.
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