The Romanian economy has undergone significant changes in the 10 years since the entry into the European Union, from legislative changes to the changing of the economy’s structure; from changes in administration to the changing in trade structure. We ask ourselves: Were all the necessary measures taken in order for Romania to benefit from the advantages of the EU membership and to approach the level of development similar to that of the advanced countries, members of the Union?
Meanwhile, this 10 year anniversary since Romania joined the European Union is a good opportunity to take a glimpse into the future. What we do know now is that Europe, and thus Romania as well, is undergoing deep structural changes, with Brexit being one strong example of that, but not the only one.
The European Union is adapting to the changes that it is undergoing at this particular moment, whether by improving tax legislation or the economy based on technological development. Given the trends of the European economy, the Association for Studies and Economic-Social Forecasting (ASPES) and Sustainable Romania, having the magazine Economistul as media partner, are organizing a series of events entitled “10 years after Romania’s accession to the EU – Present and Future Prospects”.
The events will gather business people, employers and professional associations, chambers of commerce, bankers, local and central administration representatives, representatives of academia and the media.
Round table organized by ASPES:
10 views on the 10 years that have passed since Romania joined the EU
The issues discussed will cover the impact of the accession to the European Union on the economic and social environment and the main challenges for Romanian business and administration sectors in the coming years.
– The impact of EU accession on economic and social environment
– The main challenges that the business and administration in Romania will encounter in the coming years.
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Here is the event agenda: 10-years-after-romanias-accession-to-the-eu-present-and-prospects