Social economy financing, a dilemma for modern management [Financiación de la economía social: Un dilema en la gerencia moderna]
Monroy Antón A.
Sáez Rodríguez G.
López Jiménez D.
Rodríguez Rodríguez B.
Anew law for the social economy is being prepared in Spain, and in an environment of global economic crisis, it is time to reflect on the existing sources of funding in this sector and on their proper use. The aim of this article is to demonstrate not only the urgent need for this law, but that it clearly gathers together funding sources to which an entity encompassed in the social economy can recur, raising awareness of the importance of havingadequate information about these sources, since at times, the entity's own subsistence will depend on this information. The methodology consists of a thorough analysis of the existing regulations and the funding sources listed in them. Analysis of the results shows that the current legislation is inadequate and hampers economic development in Spain. The main conclusion highlights the need for the new law, apparently to appear quite soon, to collect in detail all the possible forms of financing, knowing that the dynamic of the economy will impose the need to reform it or add new apparatuses very soon.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Psychosocial functioning in patients with psychotic and non-psychotic bipolar I disorder. A comparative study with individuals with schizophrenia (2020) Jiménez-López E.; Sánchez-Morla E.M.; Aparicio A.I.; López-Villarreal A.; Martínez-Vizcaíno V.; Rodriguez-Jimenez R.; Vieta E.; Santos J.L. (Elsevier B.V., 2018)
Neurocognition and functional outcome in patients with psychotic, non-psychotic bipolar I disorder, and schizophrenia. A five-year follow-up (2020) Jiménez-López E.; Sánchez-Morla E.M.; López-Villarreal A.; Aparicio A.I.; Martínez-Vizcaíno V.; Vieta E.; Rodriguez-Jimenez R.; Santos J.L. (Elsevier Masson SAS, 2019)