Simulated firms – A modern method to learn
||VENERA, Todorut Amalia; Brancusi, Constantin
||Simulated firms – A modern method to learn
||4th ERES EDUCATION SEMINAR - The Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, December 5-6 2008
||Simulated firms are a modern educational method, whose purpose is to develop student’s business skills through simulation of internal processes which take place in a real firm and it’s relationships with other firms and institutions. The simulated firm is conceived to learn and improve economical and juridical knowledge, forming personal aptitudes and skills which can be applied in all economical areas, from basic functions to leading positions inside an enterprise.
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