What is not said in Bulgaria about ”the Romanian economic model”?

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The bright future of Romanian capitalism finds its fans in Bulgaria (photo: CARPATHIANLAND, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikipedia Commons)

After neighbours` economy grew with 8,8% in the third quarter, Bulgarian Economic Chamber came out with a document and explanations about the their success. However the theses of Bulgarian economic experts would surprise their Romanian colleagues

Vladimir Mitev

This article was published on 23 December 2017 on the site ”Baricada”. 

Romanian and Bulgarian have been comparing both countries economically for more than ten years. There is a simple cause for that – their economies and societies are comparable in various dimensions. Romania and Bulgaria will never become what Germany is and comparisons with it could only bring dissatisfaction. But if the neighbouring country is a point of reference, one could get a relatively good idea about his direction of movement.

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Ştefan Guga: Romanian economic growth doesn’t bring progress to the whole society

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Ştefan Guga (photo: Vladimir Mitev)

The economic and social expert analyses the causes and the context în which Romania has achieved economic growth of 8,8% for the third quarter of 2017

Vladimir Mitev

Ştefan Guga is doctor în sociology (CEU Budapest). He works în Bucharest as an economic and social expert. Together with advocate Camelia Constantin Guga is the author of the report “Analysis on the impact of the new social dialogue legislation, which was adopted in 2011”. Baricada has presented some of report’s findings and data together with those from the report “Atypical labour in Romania” (again by Ştefan Guga) in the article “Romanian economic dream is based on tears”.

This article was published on 13 December 2017 on the site ”Baricada”. 

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