Entrepreneurship, structural changes and tax payments

ПОДЕЛИТЬСЯ С ДРУЗЬЯМИ
Authors


Associate Professor, Doctor of Economics, Professor of Human Resource Management
Russia, Southern Federal University
akuzmniov@sfedu.ru


graduate student of Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship
Russia, Rostov State University of Economics
ivan.shirokov.89@mail.ru

Abstract

The article deals with the problem of developing a business environment across industries. The characteristic of transformation as a result of resource constraints and the process of self-organization of ecological type. Held in the formalization of variational suggesting adequacy coenosis optimization theory structure of the business environment on the basis of fiscal restraint. We propose a streaming algorithm for determining the boundary size of the tax rate.

Keywords

The sectoral structure of entrepreneurship, self-organization, cenoses, tax regulation, resource constraints.

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Kuz'minov Aleksandr Nikolaevich , Shirokov Ivan Olegovich
Entrepreneurship, structural changes and tax payments// Современные технологии управления. ISSN 2226-9339. – #4 (52). Номер статьи: 5205. Дата публикации: . Режим доступа: http://sovman.ru/en/article/5205/

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