Innovation Und Wettbewerbsfähigkeit Der Kmu In Ungarn
Our assumptions made on the basis of an incomplete evaluation of the completed questionnaires that have been returned reflect our very first impressions. Stressing the above, we wish to point out the following statements and correlations. During the survey, businesses considered developments in the business environment as definitely favorable. In addition to reporting increasing uncertainty, they deemed Hungary’s political climate, domestic markets and social changes as having marked effects. Two years after Hungary’s accession to the European Union, SME-s cannot perceive major impacts of accession, or blame the prevailing political situation for all changes. Small businesses do not capitalize on the opportunities offered by the European Union, and do not make efforts to apply for EU grants and funds, or attempt to penetrate new markets.
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- László Szerb & Szabolcs Imreh, 2007. "Entrepreneurship Education and Entrepreneurial Attitudes of Hungarian Students: An International Comparison," Proceedings-5th International Conference on Management, Enterprise and Benchmarking (MEB 2007), Óbuda University, Keleti Faculty of Business and Management.
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