Global Advanced Research Journal of Management and Business Studies (GARJMBS) ISSN: 2315-5086 January 2013 Vol. 2(1), pp 001-010

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Original Research Articles

Regulatory and Legislative Monitoring for Better Management and decision-making 

Lamia Badra1 and  Yousra Seghir

1Lecturer at the University of Clermont 2 – ELICO Research Team

2Lecturer at the University of Manouba 

Corresponding author Email: Lamia.BADRA@univ-bpclermont.fr 

Accepted 09 January 2013

 

Abstract

This paper deals with regulatory and normative monitoring which is considered as a crucial issue for exporting companies that require developing their economic activities according to international expectations. After reviewing the main support and experiences that aim to alert decision makers about regulatory and normative changes, we examine the "Alert export" service developed by the institutes of standardization to improve monitoring practices and focuses on the Tunisian expertise. How can this service improve decision-making? What is its real impact on the local economic intelligence? And what are the futures challenges? The results of a case study presented in this paper answer these questions and show the specificity of Alert export service in the Tunisian context. The discussion about the study case leads us to suggest some improvement to support performing enterprise management and permit better integration of the local economic intelligence at an international scale. 

Keywords : Economic intelligence, Management, Collective Intelligence, Normative Monitoring, Technical Regulation, Alert Export; Information System

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