Bioeconomy. What is bioeconomy? How will bioeconomy develop the next two decades?

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Article_Title: Bioeconomy. What is bioeconomy? How will bioeconomy develop the next two decades?
Authors: Iris Maria Mateescu, Stefan Popescu, Laura Paun, George Roata, Andrei Bancila, Anca Oancea
Affiliation: Bioinformatics Department, National Institute of Research and Development for Biological Sciences,
Abstract: This article speaks about bioeconomy, what does this mean and its effect upon other sciences. We will also have a quick look upon biotechnology and find the boundary between bieconomics and biotechnology. How did this develop in OECD (Organization for economic co-operation and development) and non-OECD countries? How will agriculture, health and industry fields develop for the next two decades? An important factor in bioeconomy development will be the increase of population, countries policy and their state of development. Bioeconomy will develop continually in the next years and will be a set of new opportunities and challenges.
Keywords: bioeconomy, agriculture, OECD, biotechnology, business, emarge, health, industry, 2030.
References: [1] The Bioeconomy to 2030 “DESIGNING A POLICY AGENDA”Main Findings and Policy Conclusions
[2] JUMA C., KONDE V., The new bioeconomy. Industrial and Environmental Biotechnology in Developing Countries, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs Kennedy School of Government Harvard University
[3] ecomomyweb.com
[4] Science Daily, Will a Bioeconomy Be Sustainable?
[5] ERNST&YOUNG, Global Biotechnology Report 2008
[6] OECD – 2006, The Bioeconomy to 2030
[7] wikipedia
[8] JUMA, C., 2002, The new genetic divide: Biotechnology in a globalizing world, International
Journal of Biotechnology (forthcoming).
[9] MARSH D., 2000, Fostering Innovation in a Small Open Economy: The Case of the New Zealand
Biotechnology Sector, Manchester, UK: Eighth International Joseph A. Schumpeter Society, Conference, 28 June.
[10] POWNALL I. E.,2000, An international political economy view of the biotechnology industry,
Electronic Journal of Biotechnology, 3 (2): 1–20.
[11] ANDREI PAUN,MIHAELA PAUN, ALFONSO RODRIGUEZ PATON, MANUELA SIDOROFF, P systems with proieins on membranes: a survey, International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science (IJFCS), Volume: 22, Issue: 1(2011) pp. 39-53.
Read_full_article: pdf/21-2011/21-2-2011/SU21-2-2011Mateescu.pdf
Correspondence: Splaiul Independentei, Nr. 296, Sector 6, Bucharest, Romania, mateescu_iris@yahoo.com

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Article Title: Bioeconomy. What is bioeconomy? How will bioeconomy develop the next two decades?
Authors: Iris Maria Mateescu, Stefan Popescu, Laura Paun, George Roata, Andrei Bancila, Anca Oancea
Affiliation: Bioinformatics Department, National Institute of Research and Development for Biological Sciences,
Abstract: This article speaks about bioeconomy, what does this mean and its effect upon other sciences. We will also have a quick look upon biotechnology and find the boundary between bieconomics and biotechnology. How did this develop in OECD (Organization for economic co-operation and development) and non-OECD countries? How will agriculture, health and industry fields develop for the next two decades? An important factor in bioeconomy development will be the increase of population, countries policy and their state of development. Bioeconomy will develop continually in the next years and will be a set of new opportunities and challenges.
Keywords: bioeconomy, agriculture, OECD, biotechnology, business, emarge, health, industry, 2030.
References: [1] The Bioeconomy to 2030 “DESIGNING A POLICY AGENDA”Main Findings and Policy Conclusions
[2] JUMA C., KONDE V., The new bioeconomy. Industrial and Environmental Biotechnology in Developing Countries, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs Kennedy School of Government Harvard University
[3] ecomomyweb.com
[4] Science Daily, Will a Bioeconomy Be Sustainable?
[5] ERNST&YOUNG, Global Biotechnology Report 2008
[6] OECD – 2006, The Bioeconomy to 2030
[7] wikipedia
[8] JUMA, C., 2002, The new genetic divide: Biotechnology in a globalizing world, International
Journal of Biotechnology (forthcoming).
[9] MARSH D., 2000, Fostering Innovation in a Small Open Economy: The Case of the New Zealand
Biotechnology Sector, Manchester, UK: Eighth International Joseph A. Schumpeter Society, Conference, 28 June.
[10] POWNALL I. E.,2000, An international political economy view of the biotechnology industry,
Electronic Journal of Biotechnology, 3 (2): 1–20.
[11] ANDREI PAUN,MIHAELA PAUN, ALFONSO RODRIGUEZ PATON, MANUELA SIDOROFF, P systems with proieins on membranes: a survey, International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science (IJFCS), Volume: 22, Issue: 1(2011) pp. 39-53.
*Correspondence: Splaiul Independentei, Nr. 296, Sector 6, Bucharest, Romania, mateescu_iris@yahoo.com