What is included in the basics of entrepreneurship
Legal basis of entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship is an independent initiative economic activities aimed at making a profit.
The development of market relations in Russia has become the starting point to the manifestation of economic independence a large number of people. This was largely due to the desire to survive, not to get lost in the complicated conditions of life, to find their place in the new structure of economic and social relations.
Economists call entrepreneurial skills the fourth production factor, showing their importance for successfully combining and using other factors (land, capital, labor).
Everything that produces an entrepreneur, is designed for consumers. It should be noted that the social and economic aspects of business are interrelated. The economic aspect lies in the fact that the entrepreneur, producing products and wishes to profit from its sale. The social aspect is based on the fact that in the course of employment revived conditions of life of the people and social relations.
They represent the social relations in the sphere of entrepreneurship and related nonprofit relations and relations for state control of market economy. State control is quite a wide range of laws and regulations.
Sources of business law:
- Constitution of the Russian Federation,
- A number of codes of the Russian Federation: Civil, Budgetary, Criminal, Tax, On administrative offenses.
The individual questions govern Federal laws. The laws that establish state requirements for business activities are, for example, the Laws of the Russian Federation "On state registration of legal entities and individual entrepreneurs", "On licensing certain types of activities".
The principle of diversity of forms of ownership, their legal equality and equal protection described in article 8 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation: "the Russian Federation admit and protected similarly private, state, municipal and other forms of ownership". Can't establish priorities, and preferences in the protection of a particular form of ownership. The diversity of forms of ownership developing in different organizational forms of business.