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Zeszyt Naukowy (52)

We are pleased to present the latest Scientific Journal (52) of the School of Banking and Management. The issue includes articles concerning a wide spectrum of management subjects with a...

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#Zeszyt Naukowy (52)

We are pleased to present the latest Scientific Journal (52) of the School of Banking and Management. The issue includes articles concerning a wide spectrum of management subjects with a particular...

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1. ANTI-COMPETITIVE PRACTICES BETWEEN ONLINE PLATFORMS AND BUSINESSES: REMARKS IN THE LIGHT OF THE NEW P2B REGULATION

The Digital Single Market (’DSM’) is one of the fastest growing areas of the European Union’ economy. The paper aims to present the challenges for legislative bodies stemming from the popularisation of online intermediation services which are a vital part of the DSM. The Council of the European Union, being aware of the problems related to anti-competitive practices in the field of Internet platforms, has recently adopted the Regulation on promoting fairness and transparency for business users of online intermediation services. In the article the most important features of the online intermediation services are described, which is helpful in understanding the new Regulation. Further on, the main aspects of the proposal are presented and analysed - these are inter alia information obligations and new mechanisms of the legal protection of business users. Finally, conclusions and the evaluation of the upcoming legal changes are provided.

2. ETHICAL CODE AS A TOOL TO DEVELOP ETHICAL BEHAVIOUR IN NON-BANK LENDING INSTITUTIONS

The article deals with the issue of the development of ethical behaviour through practical implementation of ethical codes by organizations. The research covered selected non-bank lending institutions. They are not subject to close supervision of state authorities, which consequently results in the suspicion that the appearance of non-ethical behavior in their activities may be more frequent than in the case of banking institutions which are closely supervised. However, non-banking institutions may develop the trust of the stockholders through ethical codes that are properly prepared and implemented. Nevertheless, the results presented in the article show that this is not a common practice.


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