Assessment of the prospects for the implementation of the theoretical model of legal support of social and environmental entrepreneurship


The relevance of the study and its scientific novelty lies in the development of the original idea that the methodological potential of social entrepreneurship, as a tool for studying processes and changes in the social sphere, should be in demand when substantiating the model of legal support for Russian environmental entrepreneurship, the development of which is recognized as the most important factor for sustainable development regions, contributing to the transition to a rational model of environmental management and increase its competitiveness. The purpose of the study is to assess the prospects for the implementation of the simulated theoretical design of the legal support of social and environmental entrepreneurship, as the final stage of the study. Research methods: empirical (comparative legal, description, interpretation); theoretical (formal and dialectical logic.) Research results: 1). The study showed that in world practice the development of legislation on environmental entrepreneurship occurs in unified connection with legislation on social entrepreneurship. However, the Russian socio-entrepreneurial legal model does not correspond to global trends, is not able to become an impetus and the basis for the development of environmental entrepreneurship and needs to be adjusted. 2). A fundamentally new conceptual solution to the conflict was substantiated by adopting a special federal law based on successful foreign experience containing state guarantees for the development of social and environmental entrepreneurship, not limited solely to state support. Given the relationship of social and environmental entrepreneurship, it is proposed to adjust the application of the term by proposing a more specific one - “socio-environmental entrepreneurship”, and therefore the bill should be called “On state guarantees for the development of socio-environmental entrepreneurship”. 3). The key idea of the concept of the bill is that the goal of social and environmental business is not profit, but a positive social and environmental impact on society and the environment, where profit is considered as a means of realizing the mission of a social and environmental enterprise aimed at solving social and environmental issues. The practical significance lies in the fact that the constructed legal model will be most in demand in the development of competition in regional markets and the solution of major social problems: eradicating poverty and protecting the environment.


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