Analysis Of Administrative Burdens For Companies In Selected See Countries
The institutional framework in which companies have to act establishes the rules of the game. It is limited and controlled by a public administration system, which may be more or less open and contemporary for companies. The aim of this paper is to analyse administrative procedures and costs for companies when dealing with public administration from a theoretical and empirical point of view. The paper’s goals are to compare administrative burdens and to find the advantages and weaknesses of administrative systems in selected countries. During a company’s operation, from its establishment to its closure, entrepreneurs are constantly exposed to administrative systems and their requirements. They have to carry out different procedures regarding the company’s establishment, the hiring and firing of employees, obtaining various licenses, state regulatory statistical and tax reporting, tax burdens etc. Fulfilling all those administrative procedures may negatively impact the establishment and operation of companies in particular countries
Volume (Year): 58 (2011)
Issue (Month): (november)
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