Vol 8, No 2 (2014)

This issue of Business and Public Administration Studies touches on four important subjects: policy making, public administration, enterprise management, and problems of cooperation between market participants. It presents various views of authors from Asia, America, and Europe.

All the articles in this issue of Business and Public Administration Studies focus on methodological issues as well as empirical aspects of the analyzed problems. The discussed concepts can be considered by practitioners and scientists as a source of ideas for implementation and further studies.

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Editorial Note PDF HTML
Sławomir Wawak 3-4


Relationship between Local Government Management and Community Autonomy in China PDF HTML
Ying Liang 5-19
The grounds for researching the business network efficiency HTML PDF
Beata Dorota Barczak 20-35
The Process of Designing a Company’s Organizational System in Light of Empirical Research HTML PDF
Mariusz Sołtysik 36-44


Writing from Left to Right: My Journey from Liberal to Conservative. Michael Novak. Image Books Press, 2013 PDF HTML
Mark M. Michalski 45-48

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