Interconnections between economic subsystems and the IT innovation in avoiding unpredictable effects of finance reforms in East-European Countries
The tax measures are rapidly changing in East-European countries. The permanence is a concept rarely put in practice. The changes of fiscal policy are usually important, affecting the whole finance system and the investors need to adapt to these various changes. Under such circumstances, the management of information of any kind regarding the activity of investors becomes very important, the information gathered represent a statistic proof of the effects of the economic and finance reforms.
Volume (Year): 1 (2009)
Issue (Month): 1 (July)
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