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Uruski Łukasz (Wyższa Szkoła Informatyki i Zarządzania w Rzeszowie)
Small and Medium Enterprises - Selected Issues
e-Finanse, 2006, nr 1, s. 1-12, tab., bibliogr. 11 poz.
Małe i średnie przedsiębiorstwa, Rozwój gospodarczy
Small business, Economic development
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Small and medium enterprises are by many national governments and experts of economics called the most important elements of an economy. Big enterprises are in many countries very similar: they function on the global market, with global partners and in global realities. Small and medium enterprises, which are specific in every country, are more interesting. They function in different realities, struggle with other market opportunities and have to do everything unaided although they must suffer alone for any and all their mistakes. They are the most innovative part of an economy, the most flexible and subject to the biggest risk; at the same time, they accept a bigger risk then large companies. One of the most interesting issues is the diversity of small and medium companies in different countries, the ways of adapting to the market and their function in this market. Polish small companies started a "new" history and development 15 years ago after the political transformation. The change in politics made it possible to develop and found this sector of the economy. First of all, I would like to present Polish small and medium enterprises and their ways of developing and functioning on the market in Poland and elsewhere. (fragment of text)
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  2. Joseph R. Mancuso, "How To Write A Winning Business Plan", 1985
  3. Statistical Yearbook 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
  4. Edward Elgar Publ. Ltd., "Small Firms and Economic Growth", 1996
  5. Agmon T., Drobnick R., "SmallFirms in Global Competition", "Oxford University Press", 1994
  6. Central Statistical Office, "Economic Activity of Small Enterprises in 1997", Warsaw 1998
  7. Central Statistical Office, "Economic Activity of Small Enterprises in 1998", Warsaw 1999
  8. Ministry of Economy, Entrepreneurship Development Department, "Raport o stanie sektora MSP w Polsce w latach 2003-2004", Warsaw 2005
  9. Assistant Professor Józef Chmiela, "Stan sektora MSP w 2003 roku, tendencje rozwojowe w latach 1994 - 2003", Warsaw 2005
  10. Lukasz Uruski - Individual research in small and medium enterprises sector in 2003, 2004 and 2005 - 2003, 2004, 2005
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