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Accelerators of socio-economic development of the region

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Fomina Elena A. Candidate of Economic Sciences  (kaffda@list.ru; khodkovskiy@bk.ru)
Khodkovskaya Yulia V. Candidate of Economic Sciences  (khodkovskiy@bk.ru)

The authors of the article made an attempt to assess the effects of business entities that provide faster growth of business capitalization in the socio-economic development of the region. To achieve the goal of the study, the scientific substantiation of approaches to solving the problem of identifying business entities – growth accelerators, assessing their contribution to the formation of key socio-economic indicators of the region is presented. Based on the materials of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) of the Republic of Bashkortostan, the quantitative parameters of 4 types of business entities that meet the characteristics of extensive, intensive, tactical and strategic development are established.

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