EIRP Proceedings, Vol 11 (2016)

Romanian Economy in the Interwar Period

Stefan Gheorghe


Resumption of economic progress will be slow, but unevenly but after overcoming the food crisis of 1920-1921, Romania will be able to deliver on economic recovery by attracting capital investment, Increase the number of enterprises and workers and especially by Increasing the driving force and technical endowment of enterprises. The central authorities legislation will draw up related protectionist liberal economic doctrine "by ourselves" in most of the period, According to political algorithm and the result of Increasing domestic resource mobilization of capital while limiting the foreign capital in the Romanian economy.


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