BOOK REVIEW - Alina Mihaela Dima (ed.), Doing Business in Europe. Economic Integration Processes, Policies, and the Business Environment, Springer, 2018, 449 pages, ISBN: 978-3-319-72238-2
Mihaela Cristina Drăgoi ()
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Mihaela Cristina Drăgoi: Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania
Eastern Journal of European Studies, 2018, vol. 9(2), 251-255
As the European Union is based upon everchanging processes, legislation, procedures and the Member States, the Single Market raises increasing challenges for the business sector. Building and maintaining a common area for the Union’s economic agents has been one of the main characteristics of the European Union since its early beginnings; however, the accentuated diversity of each regional and national market, the heightened competition, the regulations aimed at addressing the challenges of the new, modernised millennium – such as pollution, demographic changes or technological development – add new pressure on the private sector’s economic agents. Nevertheless, as the European integration process has already shown during the past decades, each challenge may turn into policy and business opportunities, thus ensuring the progress of the European construction.
Keywords: business; single market; regulations (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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