The Role Of State Powers In The Development Of Business Environment
The purpose of this paper is to provide a thorough analysis of state powers in the context of today's business environment both nationally and internationally. The authors use the SWOT management method using structured interviews, in certain key areas, of a group of 30 experts from both legal and academic and that of the SMEs, in order to analyze and to form a guide of best practices for workers in local government in Bucharest, which directly influences the foreign investments in the Romanian economy and local development of national administrative territorial units. This article is part of a more complex work of the authors on improving social relations that occur in the work of state administration in relation to the Romanian business environment and represents the partial results of this ongoing study. Partial results of the study are presented and analyzed for future studies and represents a platform for academic discussions open to the public in order to improve relations with local administrative authority relating to facilitating and supporting investments that bring added value to the consumer.
Volume (Year): 2 (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 (December)
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