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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 4 (36), 2010
PROBLEMS OF THEORY AND PRACTICE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Skripichnikov D. V.
Deputy Director, Department of Corporative Management,
Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation,
Deputy Head of the Expertise and Consultation Council on Insolvency (Bankruptcy) and Financial Recovery, affiliated to the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia,
Full Public Counselor of the Russian Federation of the III class, PhD (Economics)

Kosminsky K. P.
Deputy Department Head, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation (Moscow)

On some issues of insolvency (bankruptcy) of entrepreneurial groups (conclusion) (Russia, Moscow)
The article discusses types of entrepreneurial groups and ways of their defining, as well as various approaches to the regulation of their insolvency. The study is based on the general principles in the sphere discussed and is illustrated by specific examples of various countries. The authors describe problems related to insolvency of entrepreneurial groups and ways of its regulation in Russia
Key words: bankruptcy, insolvency, entrepreneurial group, enterprise reorganization



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