DIGITAL SINGLE MARKET: CROSS-BORDER EGOVERNMENT SERVICES

Doina BANCIU, Carmen CIRNU, Monica ANGHEL, Andrei NEAGOE

Abstract


From the very beginning, the first thoughts about European integration were directed to the creation of a single market based upon four basic freedoms: free circulation of persons, goods, capital and services.

In the past 20 years, there has been a great deal of success in creating a single market in many areas, thanks to gradual removing of technical and legal barriers. The possibility to work, study abroad or do business across borders has become as natural for the young generation as is e.g. ordering goods from a foreign e-shop.


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