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Research on the Competitiveness Factors of Small and Medium Enterprises


  • György Kadocsa

    () (Óbuda University)


An Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) is able to cope with the global challenge if it realizes reliable, balanced and high-standard operation in its business. There are some management and organizational methods increasing the competitiveness of SME. Controlling as a management tool and management function as well as a factor affecting competitiveness has come more into focus. Outsourcing of activities not belonging to the main profile of the enterprise seems natural for most SME-s. Family as the driving force of the business can bear bigger loads than SME of similar sizes but not organized around a family.

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  • György Kadocsa, 2010. "Research on the Competitiveness Factors of Small and Medium Enterprises," Working Paper Series 1004, Óbuda University, Keleti Faculty of Business and Management.
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