UNITED NATIONS’ SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS REVIEW – DUAL ANALYSIS OF ROMANIA AND DENMARK

Abstract

The present paper aims to highlight the discrepancies between two countries of the European Union, Romania and Denmark, in the perspective of the Sustainable Development Goals. As Denmark is seen as a primer European and Global nation in achieving the United Nations’ targets, Romania can use this example as a guideline on how to act and to obtain the most notable results. The article proposes some key principles that Romanians could follow in order to successfully fulfill the 2030 Action Plan having, as an example, the strategies and indicators reached by Denmark. The current work paper is structured as a review of the two reports that voluntarily summarize the situation of the Sustainable Development Goals in each state, followed by a statistical analysis of investment behavior and concluded with an analysis of the most notable differences between the states based on the dataset published by Eurostat.

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Published
2020-12-26
How to Cite
TURCEA, Vlad Constantin. UNITED NATIONS’ SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS REVIEW – DUAL ANALYSIS OF ROMANIA AND DENMARK. Economics of Agriculture, [S.l.], v. 67, n. 4, p. 1309-1336, dec. 2020. ISSN 2334-8453. Available at: <http://www.ea.bg.ac.rs/index.php/EA/article/view/1741>. Date accessed: 28 feb. 2021. doi: https://doi.org/10.5937/ekoPolj2004309T.