European Centre for Economic Integration

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Creation of an electronic platform for information and communication in the field of European Studies meets the imperatives of knowledge-based society.

European Centre for Economic Integration aims to inform the audience about the economic integration dimension of the European Union. This will include several compartments on economic topics. One of them will be dedicated to the economic events that occur in the European Union. Here you will find materials with regard to EU economic relations with Moldova. There will be performed SWOT analysis of the current and future conditions concerning the European integration, the compliance of the economic conditions for admission to the EU and / or the convergence criteria of the candidates for admission.

Since this platform is designed for European economic studies, there will be selected relevant materials presented at the scientific meetings within the country and abroad, which are on the subject of European economic issues.

It will include a communication forum; here we expect thematic questions and trained specialists will provide clear and detailed answers to all those questions.

A special section will be dedicated to the economic policies, each edition being devoted to one of the 30 policies in order to see how EU policies function in different domains and eventually harmonization opportunities.

The European economic integration involves a stage of preparation before one country becomes part of a functional and prosperous system.

The European course was not an easy one. The periods of success and blooms in many spheres were accompanied by dissatisfactions; decline and even deep crises manifested in the economic, social, political, etc. fields. It is not an easy task and it never was to unite a continent with many countries, peoples with different languages, cultures, political systems, and different mentalities. Despite the fact that there are many skeptics regarding the Common Europe, skepticism intensified during the crises, however we can say with certainty that the United Europe is a successful project; all the states had only benefits from it regardless of their socio-economic maturity they have had at the time they adhered.

After the Second World War, Europe was forced to begin a long process of self-definition and self-assertion. The best minds of Europe have pleaded for a common Europe. This dream of centuries was achieved by creating one of the most powerful and influential poles of economic power in the world. Although the 27 European Union member states are very different, what united them was the unity of historical, cultural, close system of values, the desire to live in a peaceful and prosperous Europe.

The United Europe was conceived as an economic project. Initially, there was a process of unification of the markets of the member states; subsequently, for achieving this objective there was a necessity of unifying the economic policies and shaping an economic player, this one to be able to work effectively in a world with tough and qualified competition.

Another economic "window" will be devoted to the analysis of the economic portrait. There will be presented all the peculiarities of the EU member states economy, the macroeconomic indicators of performance, economic regulations, the economic structure and the external economic relations. The economic indicators in evolutionary and comparative aspect are part of the project on the economic integration.

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