Commentary, Res J Econ Vol: 7 Issue: 2
Entrepreneurship's Effects on Domestic and Global Economies
Department of Economics and Management, Hangzhou Normal University, Hangzhou 311121, Zhejiang Province, China
Received date: 20 February, 2023, Manuscript No. RJE-23-97097;
Editor assigned date: 22 February, 2023, PreQC No. RJE-23-97097 (PQ);
Reviewed date: 09 March, 2023, QC No. RJE-23-97097;
Revised date: 16 March, 2023, Manuscript No. RJE-23-97097 (R);
Published date: 23 March, 2023, DOI: 10.4172/RJE.1000141
Citation: Mingcan A (2023) Entrepreneurship Effects on Domestic and Global Economies. Res J Econ 7:2.
Entrepreneurship is an important aspect of economic development and growth in both domestic and global economies. It refers to the process of creating, starting, and managing a new business venture in the hope of earning a profit or meeting a specific social need.
Entrepreneurship plays a significant role in promoting economic growth and development in domestic economies. It provides jobs, drives innovation, and fosters competition, which leads to increased productivity and economic growth. According to a study by the Kauffman Foundation, startups account for almost all net new job creation and are essential to the long-term success of the economy .
Entrepreneurship also fosters innovation in the domestic economy. Entrepreneurs produce new products, services, and business models that challenge existing paradigms and push the boundaries of what is possible. This innovation drives competition, improves productivity, and leads to the development of new industries and sectors .
Moreover, entrepreneurship helps to redistribute wealth in the domestic economy. By starting a new business venture, entrepreneurs provide new opportunities for themselves and others to generate wealth and prosperity. This provides a more equitable distribution of wealth and helps to reduce poverty and inequality in the domestic economy .
Entrepreneurship also has a significant impact on the global economy. It is a key driver of economic growth and development in developing countries, where Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) play a vital role in promoting economic development. SMEs create jobs, foster innovation, and contribute to the development of new industries and sectors in developing countries .
Moreover, entrepreneurship promotes trade and investment in the global economy. By creating new business ventures, entrepreneurs open up new markets and investment opportunities, which help to drive economic growth and development. According to a study by the World Bank, entrepreneurship has a significant impact on the growth of international trade and investment [5,6].
In addition, entrepreneurship helps to promote social and environmental sustainability in the global economy. By starting new businesses that focus on sustainability, entrepreneurs help to create a more sustainable and equitable world. This includes businesses that focus on renewable energy, waste reduction, and social responsibility .
While entrepreneurship has numerous benefits for both domestic and global economies, it also faces significant challenges. Access to financing, regulations, and market barriers are some of the challenges that entrepreneurs face. Lack of access to financing and difficulty navigating regulations can hinder the growth and success of new businesses .
Entrepreneurs often face market barriers, such as established competitors and market saturation, which can make it challenging to establish a foothold in the market. Overcoming these challenges requires innovative solutions, such as government support for entrepreneurs, the development of new financing models, and the establishment of programs to support entrepreneurship education [9,10].
Entrepreneurship is a difficult driver of economic growth and development in both domestic and global economies. It creates jobs, fosters innovation, and promotes social and environmental sustainability. However, entrepreneurs also face significant challenges that require innovative solutions to overcome. Policymakers and business leaders must work together to promote and support entrepreneurship to maximize its benefits for the economy and society as a whole.
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