The paper studies the genesis and basic factors influencing the development of the entrepreneurship in Bulgaria. It presents an outline of the history of the Bulgarian business and entrepreneurship and examines the characteristic features of the different periods, as well as the factors underlying these features. Some generalized evaluations are made concerning the influence of the economic freedoms, the degree of state intervention, the influence of the European culture and the “capital-labour” relations. The thesis developed in the paper is that the future of the Bulgarian entrepreneurship depends on the difficult process of adoption and general acceptance by all participants in the market of new social values concerning the economy of time, thriftiness, contract obligations, job discipline, tax payment, etc.
The genesis and the basic factors in the development of the Bulgarian entrepreneurship are investigated. Evaluations are drawn of its condition and the overall economic development, and concrete specifics and reasons are sorted out. Some comparative evaluations and generalizations are advanced from the viewpoint of the economic freedom, the scale of state interference, the influence of the European culture and the interrelations "Capital - Labor". The successful future of the enterprising idea passes through the complicated process of confirmation and general acceptance of such social norms and rules as economizing time, aptitude to saving, fulfillment of contract, observing good discipline, payment of taxes etc, accepted by all participants in the market process.
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