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Author
Starnawska Marzena (Politechnika Gdańska)
Title
Zachowania przedsiębiorcze a otoczenie instytucjonalne - mechanizmy
Source
Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Szczecińskiego. Ekonomiczne Problemy Usług, 2012, nr 90, s. 93-107, bibliogr. 31 poz.
Issue title
Kształtowanie procesów innowacyjnych w nowoczesnych organizacjach : SOOIPP Annual 2012
Keyword
Zachowania przedsiębiorstw, Otoczenie przedsiębiorstwa
Enterprise behaviour, Enterprise environment
Note
summ.
Abstract
Gospodarki transformujące się są dowodem na to, że opłacalność nieproduktywnych lub wymijających form przedsiębiorczości jest większa niż produktywnych. Przedsiębiorcy są wyczuleni na okazje przedsiębiorcze, ale w warunkach otoczenia instytucjonalnego o niskiej jakości te okazje nie przyczyniają się do wzrostu gospodarczego. Zachowania związane z pogonią za rentą, np. omijanie podatków, stają się nieodzowne do przeżycia firmy lub utrzymania się na rynku. W pewnym sensie takie działania również przyczyniają się do utrzymania się gospodarki na etapie wzrostu czy chociażby do zapobiegania regresji.(fragment tekstu)

In this paper the ways in which entrepreneurial behaviour is manifested in institutional contexts of different quality is presented. Taken the assumption of Baumol that the supply of entrepreneurs in each economy is constant, and that there are changes in the share of productive and unproductive entrepreneurship in this supply, it is emphasized that the quality of institutional framework determines the outcomes of entrepreneurship on the macro level. It is argued, that entrepreneurial behaviour may not necessarily lead to new start ups or breakthrough innovations. It can be manifested in all possible forms regarding ways of changing, avoiding institutional requirements. It is also posited, that even if some of these bring value added on the level of individual entrepreneur, they may not necessarily result in economic growth, as individual incomes are only distributed as an element of rent-seeking behaviour.(original abstract)
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1640-6818
1896-382X
Language
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