Forms and types of ownership

The definition of the forms and subjects of the right of ownership is not only purely theoretical, but also of practical importance. From the form of ownership and subjects of the right of ownership depends on the solution of the legal regime of the property owned by this subject, the right of a certain subject […]

Subjects and objects of ownership

Subjects of property are understood as specific people (groups) who enter into property relations among themselves. The subjects of property can be an individual, a collective of people, society as a whole. This is determined by the accepted way of personification of property: the approach is either mono-subject or polysubjective. The latter, in turn, can […]

The essence of international and global competition

The entry of companies into foreign markets is determined by four main reasons [15 p.212-213]: Attracting new customers. The development of foreign markets opens up opportunities for higher revenues, profits and long-term growth. This option is especially attractive in cases where the domestic market of the country is already saturated. Companies such as Cisco Systems, […]

Competition in segmented industries

In some industries, there are hundreds and even thousands of small and medium-sized companies, none of which owns a significant market share [44 ch.9]. The main difference between the competitive situation in fragmented industries is the absence of industry leaders with a large market share or a recognizable trademark. Typical segmented industries include the following: […]

Performance evaluation, environmental monitoring, adjustments and monitoring

Assessing the effectiveness of the organization and progress in its activities is one of the main tasks. It is necessary to constantly monitor the internal and external environment of the company. Low efficiency, insufficient progress, important new circumstances require changes in the long-term course of the company’s development, goals, business model and / or strategy. […]