Soufyane BADRAOUI, Gabriela MOTOI, Hatem BENAZOUZ
 

This research aims to understand and investigate the relationship between entrepreneurial intent and national culture in a post-socialist context. Currently, in Post-Socialist societies that have experienced a wave of economic reforms and a process of transition to the liberal economy, such as Algeria and Romania. The importance of entrepreneurship is in their vitality in the dynamics of development, and that is the significance of testing and understanding the entrepreneurial intentions of the students in connection with the local and/or national culture in Algeria and Romania.

  • Type: Case Study
  • Published on: 7th March, 2018
  • Keywords: Entrepreneurial Intent, National culture, Students, Algeria, Romania
  • Pages: 7-11
  • Received: 13th January, 2018
  • Final revision and acceptance: 1st March, 2018
Vasile-Lucian V. GOLDAN
 

The seminar from Socola, later named „Veniamin Costachi”, after the name of the Metropolitan of Moldavia, is one of the oldest schools both in Moldavia and in Romania, being the first seminar in the country. Its activity has unfolded - and is still ongoing - for more than two centuries. Even though the institution itself was functioning in more than one real estate and had some periods of disruption due to the various shortcomings or to the political situation, the seminar continued to remain in the living memory of history as one of Iaşi and later Romania's elite schools. Although the emergence of this school is relatively close to contemporaneity, historiography feels the need for some clarification on the date of foundation and on those who have contributed to the emergence and development of this school.

  • Type: Case Study
  • Published on: 7th March, 2018
  • Keywords: Socola seminar, Veniamin Costachi, Theological school
  • Pages: 13-16
  • Received: 15th February, 2018
  • Final revision and acceptance: 1st March, 2018