Title: Podnikatelské subjekty a podpora poskytovaná z fondů eu – případová studie Operačního programu podnikání a inovace (OPPI)
Other Titles: Entrepreneurial entities and the financial support provided from EU funds - Operational Orogramme Enterprise and Innovation (opei) case study
Authors: Kolařík, Petr
Kolaříková, Jana
Citation: Trendy v podnikání = Business trends : vědecký časopis Fakulty ekonomické ZČU v Plzni. 2019, roč. 9, č. 1, s. 19-33.
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
Document type: článek
URI: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1dZB5BirhCU49ocRImaIko1yrKLhGVJD_
ISSN: 1805-0603
Keywords: bankrotní model;podpora podnikání;Operační program odnikání a inovace;malé a střední podniky;strukturální fondy
Keywords in different language: Bankruptcy model;business support;operational Programme Enterprise and Innovation;small and medium enterprises;structural funds
Abstract in different language: Finances are an essential part of entrepreneurial activity without the entrepreneurial subject could not exist. The article focuses on the comparison of entrepreneurs' access to the financial support provided from EU funds, focusing on the Operational Programme Enterprise and Innovation (OPEI), which was implemented by the Ministry of Industry and Trade. The article focuses on an identifying differences in behavior, access and attitudes of small, medium and large enterprises in relation to the provided OPEI support. On the basis of the analysis and testing of the dependencies of the results of the questionnaire survey, it can be stated that the behavior of the beneficiaries varies from one category to another, the behavior of medium-sized enterprises is approaching rather the behavior and characteristics of large enterprises. Based on the answers received in the questionnaire survey, the areas in which the subjects' access differs (eg cluster membership) and areas where access is the same, such as the use of consultancy services, have been identified. The analysis confirmed that smaller businesses do not have the financial capabilities in particular to carry out more projects. The second part of the article aims to find the most appropriate model for identifying entrepreneurial subjects / projects that are potentially at risk of failure to default on project sustainability by assessing the financial health of beneficiaries of OPEI support that can be applied for the current and future programming period. The most suitable model that was identified is Taffler's model. Then the possibility of its application to the current and future programming period, both in the project run / administration phase and in the project application phase, is suggested.
Rights: © Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
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