Versenyképesség és a vállalkozásalapítás követelményei

The main principle of compatitivness is the number of the enterprises in the region or in the country. Therefore the economists (specialists) have recommended simple procedure of establishing companies. Despite of the economist point of view the enerpreneurship prefers environment, where less compan...

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Main Authors: Koroseczné Pavlin Rita
Parádi-Dolgos Anett
Format: Article
Published: 2014
Series:Taylor : gazdálkodás- és szervezéstudományi folyóirat 6 No. 3-4
Kulcsszavak:Közgazdaságtudomány
Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/34958
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Summary:The main principle of compatitivness is the number of the enterprises in the region or in the country. Therefore the economists (specialists) have recommended simple procedure of establishing companies. Despite of the economist point of view the enerpreneurship prefers environment, where less companies are but the existing companies are trusthworthy. Based on these two contradiction we are goning to analyse the capital requirments and the ownership's responsibilities in some countries in European Union. We compare the international and Hungarian economic treatise, to present the changing of the Hungarian capital requirments, and we compare the Hungarian capital requirments with examed countries of EU. We are going to analyse is there any correlation between the capital requirments and the numbers of the companies. Is there any correlation between the capital requirments and the numbers of bankruptcy of the enterprises. We are going to analyse whether any correlation between the capital requirments and the hierarcy of competitivness. We compare the Hungarian equity capital with the European capital requirments. The Hungarian equity capital, which is going to encrease to 3 M HUF and will be brought into statute from 15th of March 2014, is accoring to the Unions average equity capital. Based on our analisys, there are not any correlation was found between the equity capital and the number of established companies, no any correlation between the number of liquidity and the hierarchy of competitivness of the country.
Physical Description:13-20
ISSN:2062-1396