RELEVANCE OF BUSINESS TRANSFERS AS A FUNDAMENTAL PILLAR OF RESILIENT ECONOMIES AND OUTLINE OF CURRENT DEVELOPMENT BASED ON A RECENT SURVEY

Svea HORN, Max HOGEFORSTER

Abstract

Purpose – the article shows the current state of the literature regarding business transfers presents the findings of a survey based on it, that can support the transfer process in the future. Research methodology – the article is based on three research methods: (a) desk research, (b) surveys and (c) economic analysis. The three methods are highly interdependent. Findings – the authors conclude that according to literature a lack of appropriate support and services for businesses going through a transfer exist. The survey highlights the challenges and demands that differ quite strongly between old and new member states. Research limitations – the number from the 283 participants who stated that they had already been involved in business transfers is above average and cannot be extrapolated to all companies. Practical implications – the practical implications of the study are highly relevant for decision-makers who want to create a structured approach to a sustainable support for business transfers in their countries. Originality/Value – the article is of high practical relevance. With regards to the evaluation of existing literature, there is a lack of current overviews like this one. The results of the current survey are of p...Continue Reading

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