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Deformation Factors of the Entrepreneurship Development in the Industry Segments of the Economy of the Russian Federation

S.S. Morkovina, Y.M. Sokolinskaya, N.M. Bukhtoyarov and N.M. Safonova

European Research Studies Journal, 2017, vol. XX, issue 3B, 403-411

Abstract: The article identifies the reasons for deformation of small business in the timber sector of the economy in the cross-section of three groups - social, ecological and economical (lack of financial resources, imperfect government regulation; high tax burden).The evidence for such factors is seen in the increase of shadow volumes of timber flow, decrease in the quality and volumes of forest recreating activities and forest protection, decrease in tax revenues and payments, decrease in business and innovation activity in the sector. Stable business performance in the wood sector depends on the economic, ecological and social factors.It is proven, that decreases in the scale of business deformation in the timber sector is possible, via forming a differentiated government policy to support entrepreneurship and organizational-economical tools.

Keywords: entrepreneurship; timber sector; deformation of development (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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