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Factors influencing the business resumption by physical person in Tunisia

Mohamed Amine Bouraoui

E3 Journal of Business Management and Economics., 2013, vol. 4, issue 11, 232-241

Abstract: Our study aims to identify profile and motivations and constraints of Tunisian buyers that influence the resumption of business by physical person in various fields of activity, and the importance of support to ensure the survival the company. To attain our objective we use an econometric model and precisely a logistic regression. This allows us knowing the variables that influence either positively or negatively the resumption of business by physical person in Tunisia. Our results show that the presence of some constraints hinders the recovery progress in best conditions. In addition, these constraints may threaten the survival and sustainability of the recovery business, among these constraints we can mention: insertion constraint, technical the informational constraint. Similarly, we have focused on the role of support in the survival and sustainability of the company.

Keywords: Factors-; Business; resumption; ; Physical; person. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013-11
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