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Modeling the Effects of State Influence on the Dynamics of the Regional Entrepreneurial Environment

Modeling the Effects of State Influence on the Dynamics of the Regional Entrepreneurial Environment

Journal of Economic Regulation, , Vol. 8 (no. 4),

The article discusses the problem of forming effective levers of state support for entrepreneurship development, characterized by low dynamics and regional disparities. It is proposed to consider the business environment as a special institution of regional stability, a resource for development and an essential element of the reproductive process. This approach allows us to form conceptually new approaches to managing the regional entrepreneurial environment, creating new enterprises and improving their survival. The article substantiates the necessity of using non-financial categories of motivation for entrepreneurial activity, which are proposed to be considered in the "attractiveness" category format. Based on the analysis of modern theoretical approaches in this area, it is concluded that the use of the concept of Robbinsonian maximizers seems promising, in which the utility for the entrepreneur from business activities increases due to non-financial factors that enhance the overall economic effect. Cognitive and statistical modeling of possible invariants of such a combination was carried out, which confirmed the basic assumptions about the importance of such an effect as autonomy when deciding whether to start an entrepreneurial activity. The result of the research allows expanding the toolkit of state support and stimulating the development of the business environment in the region.

Keywords: Regional economy, entrepreneurship, sectoral structure, entrepreneurial initiative, efficiency

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