U.S.A.: PROBLEMS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP FROM A POSITION OF ENSURING SOCIOECONOMIC SECURITY
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U.S.A.: PROBLEMS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP FROM A POSITION OF ENSURING SOCIOECONOMIC SECURITY
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The analysis of entrepreneurship problems in the U.S.A., which need a decision, both at the state level and at the level of the enterprises, to strength ability to counteract social and economic challenges of national security is given. A number of the American experts’ initiatives, which could, at least, stabilize a situation in a business sector and also enter as a social and economic component into the concept of the national security strategy is revealed.
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U.S.A., socioeconomic security, entrepreneurship, startups, business dynamism, job reallocation, public policy, business models sophistication, global business, open innovations, short-termism of corporations
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09.04.2016
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