The New Financing Opportunities For Companies

Mester Éva and Tóth Róbert and Kozma Tímea (2017) The New Financing Opportunities For Companies. In: Multidisciplinary challenges and the approaches to meeting them (Multidiszciplináris kihívások, sokszínű válaszok). Budapesti Gazdasági Egyetem (Budapest Business School, Faculty of Commerce, Catering and Tourism, Department of Economics), Budapest, pp. 4-20. ISBN 978-615-5607-31-8

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Abstract

It is generally true that every entity is doing the same, that is, from ideas, subassemblies, raw materials, information and financial resources, with the participation of human capital, they create value in the form of a product or service for the final consumer. However, there is an essential difference between organisations in how they achieve this. What kind of financial structure, what quality and quantity of raw materials, what human capital they use, and what kind of other organisations they cooperate with. Consequently, the difference lies in the applied financial model, i.e. in the fundamental logic and the strategic elements of value creation and value acquisition in the value chain. The Sharing Economy Model only appeared a few years ago, yet, there is already a lot of money and human workforce in this area, which demonstrates the success of companies using that structure. Despite the fact that the authorities look suspiciously at Sharing Economy, it seems to be staying with us in the next few decades. Therefore, it is worth considering how it can restructure power relationships between companies and governments, employers and employees, banks and their customers. Banks are looking at peer-to-peer landing companies that lend money by eliminating traditional financial institutions with distrust. They do so for a reason: it is enough to take a look at the exponential growth in turnover figures. This study aims at presenting the new transaction platforms in the chosen sector by analysing the competitiveness of domestic banks (Túróczi, 2016), as well as placing the model in the well-known theoretical framework of economics.

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társadalomtudományok > közgazdaságtudományok

Faculty

Kereskedelmi, Vendéglátóipari és Idegenforgalmi Kar

Institution

Budapesti Gazdasági Egyetem

Item Type: Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords: Sharing Economy, business model, innovation, financing, competitiveness
Depositing User: Jurcza Tünde
Identification Number: 3258308
Date Deposited: 2020. Jul. 07. 12:13
Last Modified: 2020. Aug. 28. 11:53
URI: http://publikaciotar.repozitorium.uni-bge.hu/id/eprint/1161

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