La salida de los negocios en 47 países durante 2021

dc.contributor.authorPinkovetskaia, Iuliiaspa
dc.date.accessioned2022-07-01 14:04:06
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dc.description.abstractLa pandemia de Covid-19 llevó a que muchos empresarios salieran de su negocio, y es relevante estudiar su opinión acerca del efecto de la pandemia en su decisión de poner fin a su actividad. Este estudio evalúa las opiniones de esos empresarios con base en encuestas realizadas en 47 países en 2021 para el reporte Global Entrepreneurship Monitor. Evalúa cuatro indicadores que sintetizan las razones positivas y negativas para el cese. El 58% de los empresarios salió de su actividad por razones negativas no relacionadas con la pandemia. Cerca del 24% se vio obligado a salir de su negocio por los efectos negativos de la pandemia. Solo uno de cada seis de estos empresarios mencionó razones positivas para abandonar su negocio.spa
dc.description.abstractThe Covid-19 pandemic led many entrepreneurs to exit their business, and it is relevant to study their opinion about the effect of the pandemic on their decision to end their activity. This study assesses the views of those entrepreneurs based on surveys conducted in 47 countries in 2021 for the Global Monitoring of Entrepreneurship report. It evaluates four indicators that summarize the positive and negative reasons for exit. 58% of entrepreneurs ended their activity for negative reasons unrelated to the pandemic. Nearly 24% were forced to close of business because of the negative effects of the pandemic. Only one in six of these entrepreneurs cited positive reasons for going out of business.eng
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dc.rightsPinkovetskaia Iuliia - 2022spa
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dc.subjectentrepreneurs, exit from business, pandemic, Covid-19, entrepreneurship, normal distributioneng
dc.subjectL26eng
dc.subjectC31eng
dc.subjectM20eng
dc.subjectempresarios, salida de la actividad empresarial, pandemia, Covid-19, espíritu empresarial, distribución normalspa
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dc.subjectempresários, saída dos negócios, pandemia, Covid-19, empreendedorismo, distribuição normalspa
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dc.titleLa salida de los negocios en 47 países durante 2021spa
dc.title.translatedThe exit of businesses in 47 countries during 2021eng
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