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Journal:   ECONOMIC RESEARCH REVIEW   SUMMER 2007 , Volume 7 , Number 2 (25); Page(s) 47 To 73.
 
Paper: 

A SURVEY ON THE WORLD'S CUSTOMS ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN 21'TH CENTURY IN ORDER TO INTRODUCE AN APPROPRIATE MODEL FOR IRAN

 
 
Author(s):  GHOURCHIAN N.GH., KARBASIAN M.
 
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Abstract: 

The main motive to this research is to introduce an appropriate model best tailored for the national customs management based on the world's customs organizations management system.
To come up with the above target, close to all the evolutions in the customs administrations around the world such as Globalization, Upsurge in Competitiveness, Improvements in Information & Telecommunication Technology and its impact on the functionality of the customs administrations is analyzed whilst by taking on a comparative study of the customs management systems in a host of customs administrations the main and effectual factors to the customs management system is extrapolated.
The Customs Management Excellence Cycle Model (CMECM) is driven based on the researcher's scientific literature, his past research experiences, the Customs Excellence Cycle, and ultimately the Questionnaires designed and shared with both national and overseas elites. The CMECM developed per se for Customs Management in 21'th century has its main pillars over 8 criterion and 53 indicators. The model and its proposed factors were evaluated by the elites and with the aid of the "Descriptive-Surveillance" method in the field and resolutely endorsed consensually.
- Having in disposal the Customs Management Excellence Cycle Model (CMECM) we would be able to benchmark the Customs functional offices both domestically and internationally and specify the rankings and nominate the superior offices in a row.
- In general, Customs Management Excellence Cycle (CMECM) can be used for alleviating and ultimately uprooting the points of susceptibility within domestic Customs offices.
- Customs Management Excellence Cycle (CMECM) can be used in order to assess the function of each customs office in a different time span.

 
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