Innovative Educational Mechanisms for the Development of the Business Environment in the Danube Region


  • Angela-Mihaela Ene Danubius University of Galati


European Union Strategy for the Danube Region; real economy; simulated participation; the Danube


The Danube Region, as represented in the European Union Strategy for the Danube Region,
represents a complex mechanism of social coexistence, development and economic progress. The
integrated functioning of this region is a desideratum, which, in order to be achieved, requires
permanent adaptation and innovation on all its structural levels. The development capacity of a region
or community is based, more than anything else, on the educational resource constituted for the
sustainable and progressive capacity of the available workforce at predetermined time intervals. In the
content of this article we aim to highlight the importance and necessity of using new educational
approaches regarding the preparation of generations that, at the end of certain learning cycles, become
a resource for the economy of the respective regions. The basic idea is represented by the
interconnection between the real economy and the theoretical knowledge, by developing an educational
mechanism of simulated participation within the real economic gear. The novelty of this mechanism is
represented by the significant diminution of the gap between the development of a real economic
process and the purely theoretical approach, an approach with which most of the human resource enters
the real economy.

Author Biography

Angela-Mihaela Ene, Danubius University of Galati

Senior Lecturer, PhD


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How to Cite

Ene, A.-M. (2020). Innovative Educational Mechanisms for the Development of the Business Environment in the Danube Region: Array. Journal of Danubian Studies and Research, 10(2). Retrieved from



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