Modernization and Integration
AbstractThe modernization phenomenon, covering all social levels, entails important transformations such as the ones concerning the economical activities, mentalities and attitudes. The European integration requires the development of the economic interdependence of member countries, the liberalization of their markets and trade, free movement of labor and capital, the assimilation of the moral principles and norms of European culture and civilization.
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