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Možnosti a bariéry vstupu malých a stredných podnikov SR na jednotný trh EÚ - výsledky marketingového prieskumu

  • Viera Čihovská

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    (Obchodná fakulta, Ekonomická univerzita v Bratislave)

  • Veronika Nekolová

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    (Obchodná fakulta, Ekonomická univerzita v Bratislave)

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    Malé a stredné podnikanie sa označuje v Európe i vo svete za dôležitý pilier a stabilizačný faktor ekonomiky krajiny a jej regiónov. Malé a stredné podniky prispievajú k riešeniu ekonomických, politických a spoločenských problémov štátu. Slovenské MSP naštartovali svoj rozvoj po roku 2000, po transformácii plánovanej ekonomiky na trhovú. Napriek krátkemu vývoju tvoria dnes viac ako 99% všetkých podnikov v SR s podielom 68,5% na celkovej zamestnanosti. Vstup Slovenska do európskych integračných štruktúr otvoril veľké príležitosti aj pre malé a stredné podniky etablovať sa na veľkom európskom trhu. Ako slovenské MSP využívajú výhody nášho členstva v EÚ v oblasti podpory a pomoci ako aj pri vstupe na spoločný trh sme zisťovali v rámci on-line dopytovania na vzorke 256 podnikateľských subjektov.

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    Volume (Year): 10 (2012)
    Issue (Month): 2 ()
    Pages: 45-57

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