Неформальное предпринимательство: понятие, истоки концепции и основные направления исследований

Елена Ивановна Денисевич, Алина Анатольевна Султанова

Аннотация


Представлен обзор основных научных публикаций, посвященных неформальному предпринимательству (за исключением его криминального аспекта), большинство которых носит эмпирический характер. Выявлены основные направления исследований неформального предпринимательства. Отмечены работы, включающие гипотезы, лежащие в основе известных теорий. По итогам анализа научных публикаций показано, что развитие исследований неформального предпринимательства нуждается в дальнейшей концептуализации теоретических подходов с акцентом на эмпирические работы и постепенное увеличение количества теоретических исследований

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неформальное предпринимательство, предприниматель-ские решения, институциональная среда, мотивы предпринимателя

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