Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/85566
Type of publication: Straipsnis kitose duomenų bazėse / Article in other databases (S4)
Field of Science: Vadyba / Management (S003)
Author(s): Girdžiūtė, Laura
Title: Agrarinės veiklos rizika ir jos ivertinimas priimant ekonominius sprendimus ūkiuose
Other Title: Risks in Agriculture and Their Evaluation to Make Effective Economic Decisions at Farms
Is part of: Ekonomika ir vadyba: aktualijos ir perspektyvos. Šiauliai : VšĮ Šiaulių universiteto leidykla., 2012, nr. 3 (27)
Extent: p. 164-173
Date: 2012
Keywords: Savaranki škai dirbantys asmenys;Savaranki ška veikla veiklos reglamentavimas;Teisinis reglamentavimas;Veiklos reglamentavimas;Verslo formos;Self-employment;Individual activity;Taxation;Business conditions;Business environment
Abstract: Straipsnyje aptariamos teisinės ir ekonominės prielaidos vykdyti savaranki škai dirbančių asmenų (angl. selfemployed) veiklą Lietuvoje. Analizuojami teises aktai, reglamentuojantys savaranki škai dirbančių asmenų teises, aptariama savaranki škos veiklos organizacinė įvairovė ir jų apmokestinimas. Dabar gyventojų verslumas yra mažas, savaranki ška veikla nėra paplitusi. Šame straipsnyje siekiama populiarinti savaranki šką kaimo gyventojų veiklą, parodyti jos privalumus, galimybes ir sunkumus. Ji siūloma kaip „įmoninės“, t. y. veiklos organizavimo formos, steigiant imonę, alternatyva
In the so-called old democracies and a little more advanced new democracies (such as the Czech Republic, Poland, and Hungary), people’s initiative and entrepreneurship are clearly noticeable. Travelling through Southern or Western Poland one can see a lot of notices inviting to have lunch, bed, to buy furniture or other goods. It is obvious that people offer their services, want to earn by themselves, and satisfy rising consumer needs. They do not wait to be employed and (or) to be supported by someone else. Many of them are self-employed: they work, offer, buy and sell. That is how they make their living, supply services to others and pay taxes to the state. Such an idealistic representation of business environment encourages stopping for a while and asking such questions as: why situation is not the same in Lithuania? What do we lack or what is too much? Is it possible to have favourable business conditions in the country that has 3.2 million people and, according to the official statistics, 1.6 million of them are employed (Statistics… 2012)? Can it be that our legal acts do not allow working or they restrict people’s initiative and do not allow starting their own businesses? [...]
Internet: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/85566
Affiliation(s): Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Žemės ūkio akademija
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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