For attaining an entrepreneurial development of Mexico, particularly in the state of Michoacán, it is of the utmost importance to know what are the factors and elements that influence in a relevant way to generate a regional, national and international development and the positioning of the MIPYMEs (micro, small and medium enterprises, declared as -MSMEs) in the market. For this reason, in the present work, a study that incorporates the Forgotten Effects Theory (FET) is made. This theory, originally proposed by professors Kaufmann and Gil-Aluja in 1988, studies the sustainability and the good economic development of the enterprise and thus, finds all those factors that employing the classical theory are not possible to know precisely. Once determined with the FET it is possible to design more efficient and effective development plans, which will enable the sustainability of the enterprise and self-sustained development of regions and countries based on entrepreneurial development.
- FORGOTTEN EFFECTS IN THE VALUATION OF THE SOCIAL WELL-BEING INDEX IN MEXICO’S SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
- PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE AND ATTITUDINAL DECISION MAKING
- The permanence of the client under uncertain estimations
- Uncertainty in economics: the heritage of G.L.S. Shackle
- Clans, affinities and Moore's fuzzy pretopology