Category Archive: News

Jan 15

Call for papers IJHE – No. 7 – 2017

Dear colleagues, The INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEALTH ECONOMICS (IJHE) is preparing the next issue. If you want to send your papers to the Journal, at the University of Bucharest, Romania you are invited to forward your submission to camelia.cojocaru@faa.unibuc.ro. IJHE is indexed by EBSCO and Repec. All inquiries and submissions should be directed to the attention of: …

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Sep 30

New article – Demographic Determinants of Communication and Information Technology Appreciation and Usage among Health Care Professionals

We are glad to welcome a new article of our colleagues. The article is called: Demographic Determinants of Communication and Information Technology Appreciation and  Usage among Health Care Professionals

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Aug 09

New article – Profitability – prerequisite of continuity and result of a good governance in listed agricultural Romanian firms

We are glad to welcome a new article of  Drd. Grazia-Oana Petroianu,  from Academy of Economic Studies – Bucharest :  Profitability – prerequisite of continuity and result of a good governance in listed agricultural Romanian firms The author is discussing about the good governance and the profitability of Romanian agricultural companies. The discussion is issued by the …

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Jul 05

New article – Romanian Approaches In Risk Management In The Pharmaceutical Sector

ROMANIAN APPROACHES IN RISK MANAGEMENT IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL SECTOR – Liviu Dumitru Rusu (Bucharest University of Economic Studies Romania) This paper attempts to highlight the main causes, methods and effects of Romanian managers in the pharma sector and in particular need of professionalization in the Romanian organizations.

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Jan 17

The 3rd Workshop in “Health Economics” – 6 June 2015

The 3rd edition of the workshop on “Health Economics” will be hosted by the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Business and Administration, as a part of the 7th International Conference in Economics and Administration, ICEA 2015, and it is supported by the International Journal of Health Economics, an official publication of University of Bucharest.

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Jul 23

Presentations at 2nd Health Economics Workshop – ICEA 2014 – 22 of June 2014

Behavioral Healthcare: by David S. Bathory, Psy.D., Bathory International LLC Behavioral Healthcare consists of mental health and treatment for people with substance abuse problems In the USA There is both In patient (hospital care that is voluntary, and involuntary) and out patient care (care provided in the community). Involuntary treatment has strict laws that were written …

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Feb 16

The 2nd Workshop in “Health Economics” – 21st June 2014

The 2nd edition of the workshop on “Health Economics” will be hosted by the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Business and Administration, as a part of the 6th International Conference in Economics and Administration, ICEA 2014, and it is supported by the International Journal of Health Economics, an official publication of University of Bucharest.

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Jul 24

Call for papers – IJHE no. 3 – 2013

Dear colleagues, The INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEALTH ECONOMICS (IJHE) is preparing the third issue. If you want to send your papers to the Journal, at the University of Bucharest, Romania you are invited to forward your submission to camelia.cojocaru@student.faa.ro.

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Jul 24

Old and new economic challenges for the French health care system

Jacky Mathonnat – Centre for Studies and Research on International Development – CERDI University of Auvergne – France Presentation held at Health Economics Workshop – ICEA 2013 http://itchannel.ro/faa-sesiune/   Présentation J Mathonnat Bucarest – juin 2013 For France and several other countries, the current crisis (2008-…) has highlighted the need of containing the growth in public …

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Jul 24

Economic losses caused by burnout syndrome among prison personnel in Bulgaria

The globalization of professional life requires fast changes relating to the adaptation to a new kind of work, the acquisition of new skills, and the increasing productivity and quality requirements, which in turn may lead to burnout syndrome. Presentation of: Rumyana Stoyanova, Department of Health management, Health economics and Primary Health Stanislava Harizanova , Department of …

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