Support Instruments for the Sector of Small and Medium Enterprises with a Particular Focus on Areas

Dagmara Zuzek , Bartosz Mickiewicz

Abstract

After Poland’s accession to the European Union economic units are obliged to obey the legal and strategic norms ruling on the common European market, including those aimed at preservation and introduction of high standards for the protection of natural environment. The consciousness on the necessity for introducing of changes related with production in protected areas is increasing among small and medium enterprises in Poland. They are characterised by high financial outputs turning into the barriers that make implementation of sustainable production pattern more difficult in the described sector of economy. The aim of the article is to indicate essential instruments of support for the companies of the small and medium enterprises sector based on the main areas of support application.
Author Dagmara Zuzek (FoAE / IoEcoSoc)
Dagmara Zuzek,,
- Institute of Economic and Social
, Bartosz Mickiewicz
Bartosz Mickiewicz,,
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Pages14-18
Publication size in sheets0.5
Book Grinberga-Zalite Gunta (eds.): Economic science for rural development : proceedings of the International Scientific Conference, Economic Sciences for Rural Development, no. 32 : Rural Development and Entrepreneurship Marketing and Sustainable Consumption, 2013, Faculty of Economics and Social Development Latvia University of Agriculture, ISBN 78-9934-8304-8-8, 211 p.
Keywords in Englishprotected areas, sustainable development, support instruments
URL http://llufb.llu.lv/conference/economic_science_rural/2013/Latvia_Economic_Science_Rural_2013_32.pdf
Internal identifierWRE/2013/121
Languageen angielski
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