Business performance assessment in the customs administrations activity and trade facilitation measures

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Abstract

Nowadays customs underlines the importance of investment as a means of making a considerable contribution to economic development and the protection of society from security threats. Customs administrations are implementing trade facilitation measures and began assessing the activities of the business companies, pursuing to contract the status of the authorized economic operator. In order to capture the overall view and variations on customs’ capacities the need of the exploration of business performance appeared. Trade costs are growing in the value chain at every stage, when goods crossed state’s borders multiple times. Reviewing the empirical literature of business performance assessment issues, it can be said that emphasize different researches aspects. This paper analyses the role of customs administrations to secure and facilitate legitimate trade in international supply chain and seeks to encourage a debate to consider the fundamental elements of business performance measurement systems.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEmpirical studies on economics of innovation, public economics and management
Subtitle of host publicationproceedings of the 18th Eurasia Business and Economics Society conference
PublisherSpringer International Publishing AG
Pages45-55
Number of pages11
ISBN (Electronic)9783319501642
ISBN (Print)9783319501635
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Publication series

NameEurasian Studies in Business and Economics
Volume6
ISSN (Print)2364-5067

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Keywords

  • Business performance assessment
  • trade facilitation
  • Customs
  • AEO program

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Adomavičiūtė, D., & Daujotaitė, D. (2017). Business performance assessment in the customs administrations activity and trade facilitation measures. In Empirical studies on economics of innovation, public economics and management : proceedings of the 18th Eurasia Business and Economics Society conference (pp. 45-55). (Eurasian Studies in Business and Economics; Vol. 6). Springer International Publishing AG.