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Author
Zarębski Marek
Title
Szanse rozwojowe małych i średnich przedsiębiorstw
Expansion Opportunities of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses
Source
Roczniki Naukowe Stowarzyszenia Ekonomistów Rolnictwa i Agrobiznesu, 2002, T. 4, z. 5, s. 214-218, rys., bibliogr. 4 poz.
Keyword
Małe i średnie przedsiębiorstwa, Rozwój przedsiębiorczości, Wieś
Small business, Entrepreneurship development, Village
Note
synopsis, summ.
Abstract
Autor przeprowadził badania przedsiębiorczości pozarolniczej podmiotów gospodarczych na obszarach wiejskich regionu konińskiego, których celem było określenie możliwości rozwoju tych przedsiębiorstw, a w szczególności poznanie czynników ograniczających i stymulujących ich działalność.

The expansion opportunities of small and medium-sized business located on agricultural areas have been presented on the example of the Konin region. These expansion opportunities have been analysed in respective communes and have been classified by the four criteria: 1/ location in relation to the urban area (town and rural communes and purely rural communes, 2/ economic potential (four levels), 3/ functional and spatial types (six types) and by the degree of multifunctional development (five degrees). The biggest chances of survival on the Polish market have small and medium-sized businesses and the big ones have the smallest chances. Therefore, the thesis has been proved: the expansion opportunities of agricultural economic subjects are conditioned by capital resources, level of organisation and management, and by organisational and legal f arm. Expansion opportunities of businesses depend on the economic potential and multilevel development of communes. In small companies the level of the economic development of the commune influences the chances of survival of the business to a smaller extend than the degree of multifunctional development (local market). In case of medium-sized businesses the tendency is just the opposite. The economic potential exerts a bigger influence than the level of multifunctional development (cheap labour). Totally different is the case of the smallest businesses. The bigger the economic potential of the commune the smaller the chances are (low level of unemployment). These chances are increased if the degree of multifunctional development is enlarged (differentiated local market). (original abstract)
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Bibliography
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ISSN
1508-3535
Language
pol
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