E-commerce and Regulation Policy

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Dragos Vasile;
(2007)
  • Subject: E-commerce; regulation policy; competition policy; B2B; B2C.
    • jel: jel:L81

E-commerce is a relatively new business field with a high potential of growth, thanks primarily to advantages provided to companies and consumers. At the same time, e-commerce raises technical and economic issues and problems to be solved, which are a concern for busine... View more
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