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Sustainable development of global entrepreneurship: infrastructure and perspectives

  • Irina A. Morozova
  • Elena G. Popkova
  • Tatiana N. LitvinovaEmail author
Article

Abstract

Development of the modern global entrepreneurship is one of the most perspective and promising means of overcoming the consequences of the global economic crisis, as well as prevention of future crises of economic systems, as it ensures full level of optimization of production and distribution processes. The purpose of the article is to determine perspectives of sustainable development of the global entrepreneurship. For determining the level of sustainability of development of the modern global entrepreneurship, the authors use the methods of statistical analysis of time rows (method of horizontal and trend analysis). The authors perform a complex analysis of dynamics of development of global companies and performed evaluation of their sustainability. Also, the necessity for changing the model of managing the development of modern global entrepreneurship for increasing its sustainability is substantiated. As a result, it is concluded that modern global entrepreneurship is developing in the unstable way, and practical recommendations are offered for solving this problem. A perspective model of sustainable development of the modern global entrepreneurship is developed and presented. A certain limitation of the results of the performed research is the framework character of the offered recommendations.

Keywords

Sustainable development Global crisis Global entrepreneurship 

JEL Classification

F44 Q001 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Irina A. Morozova
    • 1
  • Elena G. Popkova
    • 1
  • Tatiana N. Litvinova
    • 2
    Email author
  1. 1.Volgograd State Technical UniversityVolgogradRussia
  2. 2.Volgograd State Agrarian UniversityVolgogradRussia

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