NAŠE GOSPODARSTVO / 
OUR ECONOMY

Household Accounting – A Case of Subsidised Self-Employed Entrepreneurs in Slovenia

Damjana Rant, Robert Horvat, Polona Tominc, Bojana Korošec

Abstract


This paper presents the results of the first empirical study of household
accounting in Slovenia, which was conducted on a sample of households of
subsidised self-employed entrepreneurs. Based on an original measurement of
the levels of household accounting, this study presents the scope of different
accounting components in these households. Further, it gives the results of
the comparison between those subsidised self-employed entrepreneurs who
managed to keep their business and those who failed to do so. The comparison
of the results showed a statistically significant difference between the two
groups of entrepreneurs only in terms of the scope of monitoring of household
costs and expenditures.


Keywords


household accounting, self-employed entrepreneurs, entrepreneurial success

Full Text:

PDF

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.