Amfiteatru Economic

(The median citation count of Amfiteatru Economic is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
Online Teaching Practices and the Effectiveness of the Educational Process in the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic83
Bibliometric Analysis of the Green Deal Policies in the Food Chain28
Business Model Innovation Through the Use of Digital Technologies: Managing Risks and Creating Sustainability25
Consumer Acceptance of the Use of Artificial Intelligence in Online Shopping: Evidence From Hungary23
The Adoption of National Green Procurement Plans from the Perspective of Circular Economy20
Teleworking During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Determining Factors of Perceived Work Productivity, Job Performance, and Satisfaction20
The Influence of Teleworking on Performance and Employees’ Counterproductive Behaviour20
The Impact of Knowledge Risk on Sustainability of Firms18
Adopting Sustainability and Digital Transformation in Business in Romania: A Multifaceted Approach in the Context of the Just Transition18
Green Public Procurement in the Academic Literature17
The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Consumers’ Identity and Human Skills17
The Costs of Work-Addicted Managers in Organizations: Towards Integrating Clinical and Organizational Frameworks16
Environmental, Social and Governance Risks – New Challenges for the Banking Business Sustainability16
Impact of the COVID-19 Crisis on Heavy Work Investment in Romania16
The Integration of Artificial Intelligence in Retail: Benefits, Challenges and a Dedicated Conceptual Framework16
The Importance of Academic New Ventures for Sustainable Regional Development16
Digital Transformation, Financial Performance and Sustainability: Evidence for European Union Listed Companies15
Re-Innovation from Failure, Institutional Environmental Differences, and Firm Performance: Evidence from China15
Best Practices of the Social Innovations in the Framework of the E-Government Evolution14
The Efficiency of Universities in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals14
A Muldimensional Approach of the Relationship Between Teleworking and Employees Well-Being – Romania During the Pandemic Generated by the Sars-Cov-2 Virus14
Artificial Intelligence in Electronic Commerce: Basic Chatbots and Consumer Journey14
The Impact of Artificial Intelligence Use on the E-Commerce in Romania14
The Impact of Hybrid Workplace Models on Intangible Assets: The Case of an Emerging Country12
Diversity, Social Inclusion and Human Capital Development as Fundamentals of Financial Performance and Risk Mitigation12
Sustainability Barriers and Motivations in Higher Education – A Students’ Perspective12
Education for Sustainable Development – An Evaluation of Students’ Perceptions within the Bucharest University of Economic Studie12
Workaholism and a New Generation – Labour Market Survey among Hungarian and Romanian Youth12
Digital Transformation in Romanian Accounting Practice and Education: Impact and Perspectives11
Are Positive and Negative Outcomes of Organizational Justice Conditioned by Leader–Member Exchange?11
The Impact of Green Marketing on the Consumers’ Intention to Buy Green Products in the Context of the Green Deal11
The Influence of Heavy Work Investment on Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intention in Romania11
Adaptability to Teleworking in European Countries11
Determinants of Work Engagement Among Teachers in the Context of Teleworking11
Public Procurement, a Tool for Achieving the Goals of Sustainable Development10
Factors That Influence the Adoption of the Internet of Things in Tourism by Romanian Consumers10
Bibliometric Analysis of the Field of Green Public Procurement10
Guaranteed Crowdlending Loans: A Tool for Entrepreneurial Finance Ecosystem Sustainability10
The Mediating Role of the Ability to Adapt to Teleworking to Increase the Organizational Performance9
The Impact of COVID-19 on Romanian Tourism. An Explorative Case Study on Prahova County, Romania9
Non-Financial Reporting and Reputational Risk in the Romanian Financial Sector9
Business Model Innovation for IoT Solutions: An Exploratory Study of Strategic Factors and Expected Outcomes9
The Internationalization of SMEs in Central Europe and Its Impact on Their Methods of Risk Management9
Importance of Technical and Business Skills for Future IT Professionals9
Assessment of the Role of a Leader in Shaping Sustainable Organizational Culture8
Internet of Things (IoT), Challenges and Perspectives in Romania: A Qualitative Research8
Good Practices in Reforming the Common Agricultural Policy to Support the European Green Deal – A Perspective on the Consumption of Pesticides and Fertilizers8
Artificial Intelligence in Retail: Benefits and Risks Associated With Mobile Shopping Applications8
Student Heavy Work Investment, Burnout, and Their Antecedents: The Case of Serbia8
Teachers’ and Professors’ Perception of Telework in Romania7
Management of Green Procurement in Small and Medium-Sized Manufacturing Enterprises in Developing Economies7
The Economic and Social Impact of Teleworking in Romania: Present Practices and Post Pandemic Developments7
Engagement in Green Procurement: Antecedents and Outcomes on Manufacturing Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises from Iran7
Sustainable University Development through Sustainable Human Resources and Corporate Entrepreneurship: The Role of Sustainable Innovation and Work Environment7
The Impact of Teleworking on the Romanians Employees’ Job Satisfaction. An Empirical Evidence Based on Multiple Correspondence Analysis (MCA) and Logistic Regression7
Macroeconomic Indicators and CO2 Emissions in the EU Region7
Predicting Entrepreneurial and Crowdfunding Intentions ? A Study of Romania and South Korea6
The Influence of Contextual Factors on the Implementation of Lean Practices: An Analysis of Furniture Industries6
Do Sustainability Risks Affect Credit Ratings? Evidence from European Banks6
Leadership Styles as Predictors of Work Attitudes: A Moderated–Mediation Link6
Good Practices on Air Quality, Pollution and Health Impact at EU Level6
Stakeholders’ Perception Regarding Sustainable Universities6
Students’ Perceptions of Sustainable Universities in Hungary: An Importance-Performance Analysis6
Owners vs. Managers. Disparities of Attitudes on the Business Risk in SME Segment6
The IoT Technologies Acceptance in Education by the Students From the Economic Studies in Romania6
Sustainable Development Disparities in the EU-27 Based on R D and Innovation Factors6
Earnings Quality and Corporate Life Cycle Before the Crisis. A Study of Transport Companies Across Europe6
The Effect of Education and R D on Tourism Spending in OECD Countries: An Empirical Study5
The European Consumers' Preferences for Organic Food in the Context of the European Green Deal5
On the Determinants of Fiscal Decentralization: Evidence From the EU5
The Impact of National Culture on Employees' Attitudes Toward Heavy Work Investment: Comparative Approach Romania vs. Japan5
Sustainability Risk Management of Firms5
Telework During the COVID-19 Pandemic – An Approach From the Perspective of Romanian Enterprises5
Perceptions Regarding the Profile of an Ideal Project Manager5
Determinants of Employees’ Option for Preserving Teleworking After the COVID-19 Pandemic5
Food Waste Prevention Solutions in the Annual Reports of European Companies5
Heavy Work Investment and Psychopathology: Internalizing and Externalizing Disorders as Antecedents and Outcomes5
Socio-Economic and Macro-Financial Determinants and Spatial Effects on European Private Health Insurance Markets4
Determinants of Digital Transformation in the Restaurant Industry4
Identifying the Promoters of Students’ Sustainable Behaviour: An Empirical Study4
Modelling the Impact of Heavy Work Investments on Employee’s Satisfaction4
Inflation Forecasting in the Western Balkans and EU: A Comparison of Holt-Winters, ARIMA and NNAR Models4
Artificial Intelligence in Wholesale and Retail4
Adopting IoT-Based Solutions for Smart Homes. The Perspective of the Romanian Users4
Risk Analysis of a Hedge Fund Oriented on Sustainable and Responsible Investments for Emerging Markets4
Consumers’ Perception of Risk Towards Artificial Intelligence Technologies Used in Trade: A Scale Development Study4
DEA Approach Towards Exploring the Sustainability of Funding in Higher Education. Empirical Evidence from Romanian Public Universities4
The Governance Impact on the Romanian Trade Flows. An Augmented Gravity Model4
The Impact of Heavy Work Investment on the Economy and the Individual4
Job Demands and Recovery Experience: The Mediation Role of Heavy Work Investment4
Social Responsibility, a Key Dimension in Developing a Sustainable Higher Education Institution: The Case of Students’ Motivation4
The Impact of Workaholism on Consumer Food Waste4
Analysis and Modelling of Influence Factors in the Configuration of a Sustainable University. Case Study: “?tefan cel Mare” University of Suceava4
How Do Students Assess the Sustainability of Their University? A Comparison between Dutch and Romanian Students from Business Schools4
Public Listing and Corporate Social Responsibility from a Sustainability Risk Management Perspective4
Sustainability Through Directed Change in the Visionary University: From Predicting to Producing the Future4
Good Practices on ESG Reporting in the Context of the European Green Deal4
The Impact of Work Investment on Performance4
Evaluation of Risk Management Maturity in the Czech Automotive Industry: Model and Methodology4
Risk Management Implementation for Sustainable Development of Romanian SMEs: A Fuzzy Approach ............3
Heavy Work Investment for the Accounting Profession in Romania at Time of Coronavirus Pandemic3
“Citadel of Science” and “Cathedral of Conscience”: The University, as Institution, Was Born to Be Concerned with Sustainable Knowledge, Long Before Sustainability Became a Universal Concern3
Wearable Technology Adoption Among Romanian Students: A Structural Model Based on TAM3
The Profound Nature of Linkage Between the Impact of the Use of Artificial Intelligence in Retail on Buying and Consumer Behavior and Consumers’ Perceptions of Artificial Intelligence on the Path to t3
Ethics and Integrity in the Context of Economic Research Within Doctoral Schools3
Effect of Social Media Marketing of Luxury Brands on Brand Equity, Customer Equity and Customer Purchase Intention3
Good Practices of Efficient Packaging Waste Management3
The Odyssey of Homework During the COVID-19 Pandemic3
“Cyberspace Ecologism 4.0”: Between Software Softeners of and Hardware Hardships on the Natural Environment3
Sources of Value Creation in Service Global Value Chains3
Econometric Analysis of Integration of Selected New EU Member CEE Stock Markets With Global Stock Market and Eurozone: Impact of Global Financial Crisis3
Comparison of the Environment of EU Countries for Sharing Economy State by Modern Multiple Criteria Methods3
Usage of Neural-Based Predictive Modeling and IIoT in Wind Energy Applications3
Vegetables Consumers’ Profile in the Context of Digitalization: Evidence from Romania3
The Multicriteria Assessment of the Green Growth in the Context of the European Union’s Green Deal3
Determinants of Economic Sustainability in Higher Education Institutions3
Green Procurement through Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certification in the Private Sector. Perceptions and Willingness to Buy of Private Companies from Romania3
Mathematical Model for Determining Costs of Unsatisfied Customers of HoReCa Industry2
Risks of Observable and Unobservable Biases in Artificial Intelligence Predicting Consumer Choice2
Enhancing the Sustainability of the Aviation Industry: Airlines’ Commitment to “Green” Practices2
Comparative Assessment of Research Development and Quality of Life Indicators in Lithuania and Greece2
Economic Sentiment Perceptions During COVID-19 Pandemic – A European Cross-Country Impact Assessment2
Impact of Different FOPL Systems (Nutri-Score vs. Nutrinform) On Consumer Behaviour: Case Study of the Slovak Republic2
Examining the Correlations Between Industry 4.0 Assets, External and Internal Risk Factors and Business Performance Among Hungarian Food Companies2
The Green Deal – Dynamizer of Digitalization in Tourism: The Case of Cluj-Napoca Smart City2
The Impact of Workaholism and Work Engagement on Distant Learning and Work-Family Conflict During the COVID-19 Lockdown2
Sustainable Universities, from Indifference to Joint Action – A Panel Data Analysis2
Correlation of Trust and Work Engagement: a Modern Organizational Approach2
Organic Food Consumption During the COVID-19 Pandemic. A Bibliometric Analysis and Systematic Review2
The Role of Innovation and New Technologies in Closing the Economic Circuit of Electrical and Electronic Equipment2
Heavy Work Investment from the Perspective of Cultural Factors and Outcomes by Types of Investors2
Factors With a Major Effect on the Budgetary Control Process – An Empirical Study From the Czech Republic2
An Empirical Assessment of the Financial Development – Environmental Quality Nexus in the European Union2
Risk Management of Companies Included in the EURO STOXX Sustainability Index. An Investors' Perception2
Sustainable University – Concept and Conception2
Sustainable Transformation of Romanian Companies through Industry 4.0, Green Production and Environment Commitment2
The Impact of the “Green Transition” in the Field of Food Packaging on the Behavior of Romanian Consumers2
Income Inequality Shift Paradigm. From Economic Approach to Sharing Responsibilities2
The Influence of Heavy Work Investment on Work Outcomes in the Hospitality Industry in Serbia2
Performance of EU Countries in Managing Electrical and Electronic Equipment Waste in the Context of the Circular Economy1
Romanian Agri-Food Businesses and the European Green Deal: An Exploratory Approach1
Financial and Competitive Implications of the European Green Deal – Perceptions of Retail Managers1
Assessment of the Effectiveness of Investment in R and D by European Union Countries1
Collection of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment at the European Level1
Resilience of the European Union Economies. An Analysis of the Granger Causality at the Level of the Gross Domestic Product1
Food Quality Competition Among Companies and Government Food Safety Supervision Under Asymmetric Product Substitution1
The Importance of Mentorship in Diminishing Workaholism 1030 and Increasing Heavy Work Investment: Evidence from the United States1
Bibliometric Analysis of Electrical and Electronic Equipment Production and Consumption in the Context of the Circular Economy1
Examination of Differences in Using Marketing Tools in the Management of SMEs in the Visegrġd Group Countries1
Consumer Attitude Towards the Use of Blockchain Technology. Study on the Implementation of the “Green Deal” Strategy for Organic Foods1
Can Health Insurance Improve the Happiness of the Romanian People?1
The Nexus Between Research and Development, Protection of Intellectual Property Rights and Financial Development. A European Perspectiv1
Green Procurement Implications on the Labor Market in the Context of the Transition to the Green Economy1
Social Image in the Online Environment – Sustainable Motive for Book Sales During the Pandemic1
Ecological Purchases Made by Managers in Hotel Industry. An Approach of the Main Determining Factors1
Quantitative Assessment of the Dynamics of Rail Freight Transportation1
Transversal Analysis of Predictors, Moderators and Related Effects of HWI1
An Assessment of the Social Work Program in Turkey in Terms of Labour Market Experience and Professional Skill Attainment1
Quantitative Assessment of the Dynamics of Socioeconomic Processes1
Resilience and Economic Intelligence through Digitalization and Big Data Analytics1
Evolution of Fiscal Decentralisation in OECD Countries: A Club Convergence Analysis1
Book Review: Guide of Good Practices Regarding the Preparation of Graduation Theses for Bachelor and Master’s Degree Cycles. Author: Vasile Dinu1
Circular Economy Practices in the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Sector in the European Union1
Good Practices on Reducing Food Waste Throughout the Food Supply Chain1
Benefits and Risks of Introducing Artificial Intelligence Into Trade and Commerce: The Case of Manufacturing Companies in West Africa1
The Effect of Digital Transformation on Manufacturing Enterprise Performance1
Generation Differences in the Behaviour of Household Consumers in Romania Related to Voluntary Measures to Reduce Electric Energy Consumption1
Perspectives of the circular economy in the production and consumption of electrical and electronic equipment1
Measurement of Population Carrying Capacity based on a P–S Model: A Case Study of Zhejiang Province1
The Electrical and Electronic Products Consumers’ Sustainable Behaviour in the Context of Consolidating Their Fundamental Rights1
Digital Transformation in the Context of European Union’s Green Deal1
Good Practices for Overcoming the Impact of the Sars-Cov-2 Crisis on the HoReCa Industry1
Efficiency Analysis of the Banks Operating in Turkey with AHP based on DEA Method1
Influences of Economic Policy Uncertainty on Corporate Social Responsibility Information Disclosure1
Heavy Work Investment for the Accounting Profession in Romania at Time of Coronavirus Pandemic1
The Effect of Corporate Income Tax of Agricultural Companies on National Budget ? the Case of the Slovak Republic1
The Assessment of Climate Risk Impact on the Economy: A Panel Data Approach1