Analysis of the Relationship of Productivity between the Public Sector and the INTERSTAT

  • Marcela MITRITA Artifex University, Bucharest
  • Ovidiu BUZOIANU Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest
  • Amelia DIACONU Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest
  • Ionut Victor RATEZANU Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest
Keywords: Productivity; Public sector; Globalization, Reform.


Scientific progress embodies and depends on open communication, a common discourse that has roots in rationality, collaboration, as well as an easy and regular flow and efficient information exchange. These ideals can be considered hypocritical by elite power and can be displayed or emphasized in many other ways, but they are even involved in the idea of science, but they are based on the phenomenon called globalization and its practical outcomes. Business, banking and commerce depend on the flow of information and are facilitated by new communication technologies. The hardware of these technologies tends to be systemic and integrated - computerized, televised, cable, satellite, laser, optical fiber and microchip technology combining to create a vast network of communications and interactive information that can potentiate any people on earth have access to any other person, and each time they make each byte the availability of information for each set of eyes in search.


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How to Cite
MITRITA, M., BUZOIANU, O., DIACONU, A., & RATEZANU, I. V. (2018). Analysis of the Relationship of Productivity between the Public Sector and the INTERSTAT. LUMEN Proceedings, 6(1), 49-56.