The Role of Agriculture in the Intelligent Development Process

Marina Luminita Sarbovan

Abstract


In order to keep away the recession and the negative effects of the production slowing down, scientists and civil society retake the analysis of the “how we grow?” possible answers dilemma. On the other hand the recent economic evolution of the Euro zone, as a major development pole of the world, shows that macroeconomic stability and sustainability is a continuous effort for all the parties involved, and that imbalances detection is not enough to solve the complex and numerous problems which do not answer quickly to the monetary stimulus. Also, in the frame of European Union, the liberalization of the capital and human flows do not have the same effect for the supplier country and for the receiving one, and the difficulty of comparing qualitative aspects still persists, in spite of common regulations and a quasi-common governance of the core phenomena. Romanian agriculture and each of its branches can basically contribute to the stability and safety of the intelligent growth and development.


Keywords


intelligent growth and development; stability; sustainability

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LUCRARI STIINTIFICE ZOOTEHNIE SI BIOTEHNOLOGII (SCIENTIFIC PAPERS ANIMAL SCIENCE AND BIOTECHNOLOGIES)

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