The Position of Local Governance Units in the Process of Introducing and Legal Standardization of the e-Business

Kozić, Muharem; Batlak, Azra
February 2014
TEM Journal;Feb2014, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p59
Academic Journal
When it comes to electronic business on the level of local governance units, primarily is referedon their position in the process, responsibilities and barriers for development of the e-business. Since the municipal serve to citizens, it would be good to initiatives and proposals for improvement of e-business that already exists in different versions ranging "bottom-up", or toward higher levels, where higher levels would work on the improving and the legal framework, which would strive for required uniformity e-business, due to the fact that local governance units have the same statutory authority.


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