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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 1 / 2015 (602), Spring

Transferring business intelligence and big data analysis from corporations to governments as a hybrid leading indicator

Dumitru-Alexandru BODISLAV
Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania

Abstract. Any economic system, be it micro, at the size of a corporation; be it macro, at the size of a state, forms groups, micro: joint-ventures; macro: state unions. These groups represent the complex work unit for the evolution towards economic advance from globalization’s perspective, but to ignite the cooperation and collaboration engine there is needed a spark for economic systems, especially from the idea to implement the corporatestate governance hybrid work model.

This complex system that is presented in this research paper is on the need to shift the proposed solution and the way it can be implemented and developed. Furthermore, it is mandatory not to forget the elements created in the information era, especially the development of the transfer process and of the quantitative flow that is composed of available information. The main idea is in using Business Intelligence strategies that help shift the entire macro-environment from the corporate sector towards the public sector (Ailenei, 2006: pp. 17-20), the governmental area of the decision making economy and as a result we have an intelligent model that offers growths unseen before and with no boundaries on implementing this solution as a new path of taking over the “new economy”.

Keywords: big data, business intelligence, corporate governance, economic policy.

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