This domain is for sale! DN Epic Store - Mighty Pack Of Catching Domain Names Site Map My Cart View cart: 0 items
 

Small Businesses Trickling Up in Central and Eastern Europe (Transnational Business and Corporate Culture : Problems and Opportunities)

Galen Spencer Hull. Small Businesses Trickling Up in Central and Eastern Europe (Transnational Business and Corporate Culture : Problems and Opportunities) Authors:Galen Spencer Hull.
Publisher:
Year:
Serie:
Pages:
Sizes:
Price:4390 rub.
Buy

Book Summary:
Small businesses now constitute the most dynamic element of growth in the emerging markets of the Central and Eastern European region. This book argues that the small and medium sized enterprise (SME) sector has contributed more to the growth of these countries in transition than have privatized state enterprises and the public sector. In 1989 most of the countries of Eastern and Central Europe were still under an economic system dominated by state-owned enterprises. Since then a process of liberalization has been unleashed to promote free market policies. This has involved programs of privatization and restructuring of public enterprises, as well as the promotion of policies to enable a private sector to develop. Small businesses are creating thousands of new jobs while large companies are "retrenching and downsizing" their work force. In some countries of the region this process is much further along than in others. However, the SME sector has developed at a more rapid pace...

More books by Galen Spencer Hull

Also Bought