Semenova Yuliya Aleksandrovna, Candidate of sociological sciences, associate professor, sub-department of sociology of communications and management, Chernyshevsky State University of Saratov (83 Astrakhanskaya street, Saratov, Russia), email@example.com
Background. A research of interrelations between entrepreneurs and government institutions in developed and developing countries has shown that constructive interaction is one of most important factors of successful socioeconomic growth. The article considers problems of interaction between entrepreneurs and government institutions. The author has analyzed the modern model of relations between the authorities and entrepreneurs, presented a number of recommendations on improving the emerging practice of regional government bodies’ functioning and business, consisting in implementation of joint social projects.
Materials and methods. The research tasks were realized on the basis of the ana¬lysis of condition and development trends of regional entrepreneurship. The author used statistical research data.
Results. As a result of interaction with business, the authorities to a large extent resolve the problem of social tension in the society; this kind of cooperation leads to growing regional budget incomes. Business receives an important part of development – growing investment attractiveness, creation of tax concessions and loyalty from the authoroties.
Conclusions. Regional entrepreneurship development is impossible without proper government policy, adoption of a system of laws, financial aid to small and medium-sized businesses.
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