THE ROLE OF SUB-REGIONS “HEVES” AND “BÁTORTERENYE” IN THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

The economic performance of a country is clearly influenced by the facility of the local environment, the resources, infrastructure, and market conditions of the local areas. The importance of the development of the local economic is indisputable. There are 94 sub-regions which are underprivileged, 47 sub-regions are most disadvantageous and 33 sub-regions are the most disadvantageous and require complex developer program within the 174 Hungarian sub-regions. It is very important to develop these sub-regions. The local process of economic development is generally based on traditional solutions, but the present environment requires them to apply in modern social and economic circumstances. In the country there are numerous examples and methods of local economic development, however, while some of them have become fairy popular, others have rather scattered, insulated character. Every settlement has special, local features that might encourage, or sometimes discourage the development of the local economy. The local characteristics can seriously determine how the relative advantages are able to involve and retain new investments. Enterprises play a determinant role in local economic development. In our research we analyse the special functional features of sole proprietorships and partnerships in the sub-regions of Heves and Bátorterenye, indicating several typical processes of these sub- regions.


Variant title:
A Hevesi és Bátonyterenyei kistérségek vállalkozásainak szerepe a gazdaságfejlesztésben
Issue Date:
2015
Publication Type:
Journal Article
DOI and Other Identifiers:
HU ISSN 2064-3004 (Other)
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/199427
Published in:
Journal of Central European Green Innovation, Volume 03, Number 1
Page range:
107-108
Total Pages:
11
JEL Codes:
G00
Series Statement:
3
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