The volume “Transition to the bioeconomy and the impact of renewable energy development on economic growth” aims to develop a model for analysing the sectoral interdependencies, considering exogenous variables such as resource production, production costs, government policy, technology research, research-development and innovation, to assess prospects for transforming the traditional economy.
The chapters in the book combine both elements of micro, macroeconomic and econometric theory. The book is written in a rigorous manner and presents well-documented information on a consistent bibliographic support of over sixty cited titles. The novelty of the research conducted in this book comes from a new vision on the perspectives of the bioeconomy and its impact on the sustainable development of EU countries, with a main focus on Romania.
The content of the books is adequate at university level, both for undergraduate and master's programs, with both theoretical elements and practical examples based on statistical and econometric research.