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THE FINANCIAL INCENTIVES MANAGE MENT INCLINED TO WARDS ENTREPRENEURS AND ITS APPEARA NCE ON E.U. CO UNTRIES AND TURKEY

A. Niyazi Özker ; Faculty of Economic and Business Administration Bandirma Onyedi Eylul University, Turkey


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The financial incentives aimed at both the fiscal balances and increasing productivity, which are primary objectives by developing countries. This fact has an important systematic role as a systematic plan including the innovation strategies. All over the world, governments should be making financial development programs to the future while they keep the aimed fiscal balances and fiscal incentives in the related other macroeconomic facts. Therefore, they need the optimal fiscal management and public incentive programs having to be shaped via public decision-making, which aim to increase the market productivity level and entrepreneurships’ catching the fiscal resources. In addition, developing countries, like Turkey, need taking lessons from EU countries because of their developed financial management and profitable growth, which is only occurred by means of the suitable fiscal allocation in the productivity market. Hence, the innovation strategies
related to financial incentives in the scope of financial management have to being constructed by public decision makers oriented toward entrepreneurs. These structural approaches assist in GDP by the way of investments and market dynamics. On the other hand, the financial applications can inhibit some the aimed utility of financial incentives, but the national tax structure and tax applications would not be suitable and congenial in the current fiscal events. However, the public financial
management that is carried on by public fiscal approach must be revised and regulated aimed at entrepreneurships and national investments. This means that financial incentives decisions have to be considered by financial market dynamics together with in the production and market entrepreneurs. It is appear that this approach results in fiscal enabling factors, which regard the fiscal knowledge capabilities in the innovation-cycle management.

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financial incentives, fiscal balances, fiscal knowledge, innovation-cycle management

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205690

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