Valences and Informational Limits of the Financial Statements Prepared by Romanian Smes in the New Resilient Context


  • Marilena Zuca Romanian - American University
  • Victor Munteanu Valahia University of Targoviste
  • Janina Soare Valahia University of Târgoviște
  • Magdalena Danescu
  • Alice Tinta
  • Adriana Paduraru (Horaicu)


SME; financial and non-financial information; financial performance; sustainable development; digitization


The analysis and interpretation of the financial-accounting information presented in the financial statements of an entity have played a special role over the years and are the subject of numerous studies and articles. The objective of this article is to provide an analysis of the potential relations between financial-accounting information and the visibility of SMEs' activity. In this context, we tried to show that: 1. the analysis of the financial-accounting information provided by SMEs is a relevant and effective tool for the social partners; 2. information provided by SMEs adds value to their activity in terms of sustainable development and social responsibility, in the context of the digitalisation of the economy and society; and 3. external communication of information provided by SMEs contributes to the reactivity of public authorities to their needs.

Author Biographies

Marilena Zuca, Romanian - American University

Ph.D. Associate Professor – Department of Finance, Credit, Accounting

Victor Munteanu, Valahia University of Targoviste

Professor Ph.D. - Doctoral School of Economics and Humanities


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How to Cite

Zuca, M., Munteanu, V., Soare, J., Danescu, M. ., Tinta, A., & Paduraru (Horaicu), A. (2022). Valences and Informational Limits of the Financial Statements Prepared by Romanian Smes in the New Resilient Context: Array. Acta Universitatis Danubius. Œconomica, 18(2). Retrieved from



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