Comparative Commercial Contracts: Law, Culture and Economic by Boris Kozolchyk

By Boris Kozolchyk

This paintings bargains a contextual comparative research of business contracts from their starting place till the current time. It experiences their optimistic and residing legislations in nations and areas consultant of significant criminal platforms and enterprise cultures: Classical Rome, Medieval Europe and center East, Codification Europe (especially France and Germany), Post-Colonial Latin the United States, the Soviet Union, the Peoples’ Republic of China, England, eighteenth and 19th centuries, and Post-Colonial usa.

It identifies the options, rules, principles, doctrines, equipment of reasoning and advertisement practices that experience contributed so much to mankind’s fiscal improvement.

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Introduction Innovation in the public sector for most of the Mediterranean countries is a relatively new challenge but, as shown throughout this book, change in public administration is taking place at a growing rate and is contributing to improving the lives of people across the region. Important governmental change can take years, even decades, but even the biggest, most ambitious projects must begin with a first step. The first step toward positive change in governance is to share those innovative experiences that have succeeded and made a difference in one country already.

The system introduced for the first time the concept of workflow and increased efficiency in government offices. The application of ICT in government operations also enhanced the development of local government. The project included the simplification and documentation of procedures at the local government level, workflow automation and monitoring, and training of local government employees, as well as a complete remodeling of the municipalities to increase transparency. 17 INNOvATIONS IN GOvERNANCE AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION ACROSS THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION Innovative Strategies Employed Public-Private Partnerships Strategic E-government projects were funded by public-private partnerships either through cost sharing or complete outsourcing.

Also, 500,000 workdays have so far been created each year because of the proliferation of PAGER projects. Innovative Strategies Employed A financial partnership was forged among the State, the rural communes, and the users to implement PAGER. Of the 80 per cent contributed by the State, 25 per cent originated from the general budget, 45 per cent was foreign capital in the form of loans or grants, and 10 per cent was paid by a national fund financed by surtaxes levied on the use of water by urban populations.

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