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Serbian Journal of Management
2019, vol. 14, br. 2, str. 257-275
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
objavljeno: 30/05/2020
doi: 10.5937/sjm14-23348
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Objašnjenje poslovnog neuspeha pomoću determinističke i voluntarističke perspektive
Tomas Bata University in Zlin, Faculty of Management and Economics, Zlín, Czech Republic

e-adresa: cera@utb.cz

Projekat

This paper was supported by the International Visegrad Fund, project number 21820267, titled: How to prevent SMEs failure: Actions based on comparative analysis in Visegrad countries and Serbia

Sažetak

Cilj ove studije je da se istraže faktori koji mogu sprečiti poslovni neuspeh koristeći zajedno determinističku i voluntarističku perspektivu. Oba stanovišta impliciraju brojne teorije kao što su institucionalna teorija, teorija životnog ciklusa industrije, pogled na resursnu osnovu, emotivni pristup itd. Ovo istraživanje je sprovedeno prikupljanjem podataka na nivou firmi putem ankete. Trenutna studija koristi analizu glavnih komponenti i hijerarhijsku logističku regresiju za testiranje predloženih hipoteza na originalnom skupu podataka o malim i srednjim preduzećima (MSP) koja posluju u centralnoj Evropi. Rezultati su pokazali da suočavanje sa institucionalnim ograničenjima i unutrašnjim teškoćama može dovesti do poslovnog neuspeha. Preduzeća u fazi rasta poslovnog ciklusa imaju manje šanse da ne uspeju u poređenju sa njihovim kolegama u fazi osnivanja. Na individualnom nivou, preduzetničko iskustvo umanjuje poslovni neuspeh. Štaviše, neuspehu su manje sklone veće firme i oni koji posluju kao biznis-biznisu (B2B). Trenutno istraživanje doprinosi obogaćivanju literature na tom polju nudeći dokaze o tome kako izbeći neuspeh. Ovaj rad pruža korisne perspektivu i menadžerima i donosiocima regulativa koji su odgovorni za osmišljavanje politika i strategija za jačanje preduzetništva.

Ključne reči

poslovni neuspeh; institucionalna ograničenja; poslovni ciklus; interni resursi; psihološki motivi; preduzetničko iskustvo

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