Deformation of entrepreneurship in the forestry sector of the economy
Автор: Y.M. Sokolinskaya, E.A. Kolesnichenko, K.V. Chekudaev
Рубрика: Экономика и управление
Статья в выпуске: 3 (89), 2021 года.
The highest level of shadow activity is in the service sector and trade, this is primarily due to the specifics of the activity. However, a relatively small percentage of shadow income in the forestry sector indicates that damage is caused not only to the social and economic subsystems of the national economy, but also to the ecological, natural, and recreational ones, which indicates the high urgency of this problem. Our country, having the largest forest reserves, receives in the form of export earnings from the sale of forest products about 5 billion dollars, while Finland - 10 billion, Canada - more than 25 billion, the United States - more than 15 billion, Sweden - 12 billion dollars. Speaking about the development of entrepreneurship in the forestry sector of the economy, it should be noted that its formation took place in an extremely short time. Reforming forestry legislation has created the foundation for starting entrepreneurial activity in all forms - public, private, mixed. In a little over three years, the problem of leasing a significant part of the forest fund by entrepreneurial structures has been solved. The best and most economically available forest resources were in the hands of entrepreneurs. Of course, the transformation of forestry legislation was carried out not only in the Russian Federation and took place in different ways. The consequence of these transformations were changes in the basic factors of forestry production: economic; ecological; social. It should be noted that along with the changes in forestry legislation in a short period of time, the transformations that took place in the forest sector have caused multiple deformations, including in the development of entrepreneurship.
Small business, economics, sustainable development, forestry, shadow activity
Короткий адрес: https://readera.org/140259886
IDR: 140259886 | DOI: 10.20914/2310-1202-2021-3-238-242