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Caraiani, Chirata
Dumitrana, Mihaela
Dumitru, Corina
Ristea, Mihai
Dascalu, Cornelia
Sendroiu, Cleopatra
Guse, Raluca
Jianu, Iulia
Lungu, Camelia
Colceag, Florian
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46th Congress of the European Regional Science Association: "Enlargement, Southern Europe and the Mediterranean", August 30th - September 3rd, 2006, Volos, Greece
The paper debates solutions, points of view and a commune language for Green Accounting. The main purposes of our research are the following: 1.Define the object of Green Accounting 2.Scope 3.Theory and specific practices 4.Disclosure and financial analysis 5.Romanian experience in Green Accounting. How to define Green Accounting? Is Green Accounting a part of Environmental Accounting? How to ensure the balance between business interests and envinronmental protection? Are environmental goals based on Total Quality Management? How to design for Environment? This are some questions proposed to be discused in this paper.
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