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Nicoleta Negoianu: Costin C. Kiritescu Economic High School
Social-Economic Debates, 2017, vol. 6, issue 1, 6-10
Currently, the need to develop business is complex, from the creation of jobs, to implementing a framework of conduct and action of entrepreneurs on markets in general, the labor market in particular. Romania is a country whose strategic vision must become complementary and compatible with the development trends of the global economy on the one hand, and with internal realities, on the other hand. Given the accelerated growth in unemployment, an insufficient allocation of budgetary resources compared to the development needs of the economy, in this case the business environment to correct economic disparities in relation to the European Union in terms of development of business infrastructure, access to funding sources, the attitude towards the economic environment risk, competition, and a substantial decrease in the tax base caused by the instability of the economic environment and in particular the political, creating new jobs is really a utopia. In this context, entrepreneurship opens new locally development possibilities, where the community builds its own development strategy based on own resources and on identifying needs of community members. A small-scale entrepreneurship development is an example of good practice for other communities without necessarily being implemented on a macroeconomic scale (Bentoiu, Athu, Predonu, 2014). Entrepreneurship policy involves identifying development needs, creating a conceptual framework to support entrepreneurial ideas and their implementation in order to create jobs and sustainable development of the community.
Keywords: Family Company; the identity of a company; tolerance to novelty; rose garden company (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: D10 D11 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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