Crisis and Entrepreneurship in Greece: Present, Past and Evolving Trends
6th International Conference on Applied Economics “INSTITUTIONS & THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY. University of Thessaly, Department of Economics, Volos, Greece, 2019
21 Pages Posted: 27 Jun 2019
Date Written: May 30, 2019
The current global socioeconomic crisis and restructuring brings various transformations to the dynamics of entrepreneurship. The competitive capabilities of survival of the different socioeconomic systems in globalization also determine the overall global development prospects. Within the context of the particular Greek structural crisis, this paper attempts to highlight how the entrepreneurship crisis is structurally evolving within the Greek socioeconomic system. In this perspective, this article explores the evolution of the Greek business environment, by highlighting the structural morphology of the Greek entrepreneurial ecosystem and noting the required adaptation for the Greek enterprises in “Stra.Tech.Man” terms (synthesis of strategy-technology-management).
Keywords: Global socioeconomic crisis, Entrepreneurship crisis, Greek socioeconomic crisis, Stra.Tech.Man approach
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