Deindustrialization and reindustrialization in Romania: Economic strategy challenges

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This book analyses the multidimensional condition of the Romanian industrial landscape, which played host to a multitude of demo-economic, financial, trade, and trans- and inter-sectoral development practices before the intense period of European deindustrialisation. The authors stress the need to recognise the economic importance of industry and renewed investment in infrastructure, tracing its impact on GDP, growth and labour productivity. With a focus on R&D, technological innovations and government funding, this volume highlights a strategy for the reindustrialisation, with consistent enablers, of Romania that can also be applied to other EU countries to ensure positive economic development in the context of new European and international policies.




Chivu, L., Ciutacu, C., & Georgescu, G. (2017). Deindustrialization and reindustrialization in Romania: Economic strategy challenges. Deindustrialization and Reindustrialization in Romania: Economic Strategy Challenges (pp. 1–284). Springer International Publishing.

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