Entrepreneurial risk as consequence of contradictions of economic interests in forestry in Russia
The paper presents the results of the research of entrepreneurial environment in the forest sector. Complex and simple groups of risks, defining entrepreneurial activity in the forestry sphere, are determined. The most dangerous risky factors are spotted and their profile is obtained in respect of forestry entrepreneurship. A methodical approach to assessment of business risks in forestry is formulated, by using criteria values of the consequences of risk manifesting and probability of risk manifesting. Critical consequences for the forestry entrepreneurship, in the case of risk realization, are the following: enterprise insecurity with own financial resources, increase of rental rates and payments, qualified personnel flow out, disposal of key workers. It is explained that internal imbalancing of forest relations, including economic interests of the state, entrepreneurs forest managers, ecologists and population, which is expressed in distortion of real forest revenues, inefficient forestry running, deterioration of forest production quality, decrease of investment attractiveness of forest sector, leave of especially valuable forest for lumbering, replacement of forms and methods of lumbering and forest management, decrease of reforestation quality, etc., is an prerequisite for forestry entrepreneurial risks arising.
Volume (Year): 7 (2014)
Issue (Month): 1 (June)
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