Approaches of the Entrepreneurship Development in South-East and South-West Oltenia Regions
The entrepreneurship is the engine of the private development in any market economy. Human initiative and creativity haven’t found a more favourable place of development than within the private sector. The study presented here is part of a complex research that was initiated by the managerial team from the project called “Be a manager for your business!”, project developed through the European Social Fund, Sectorial Operational Programme Human Resources Development 2007-2013. Prior axis: 3 – The growth of employees’ and enterprises’ adaptability. Major field of intervention: 3.1 – Promoting the entrepreneurial culture ID project POSDRU/92/3.1./S/49297 The entrepreneurial activities can have different shapes, begging with individual projects of a natural and legal person and finishing with creating big enterprises at national and international level. The present study aims to realise a parallel between the entrepreneurial development in the two regions South-East and South-West Oltenia.
Volume (Year): XII (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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