Environment for doing business from the pandemic: an analysis of the microenterprise sector

Authors

  • Miguel Ángel Viramontes Romero
  • Patricia Ducoing Rodríguez
  • Edith Olivo García
  • Ana María Cuéllar Castilla

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46932/sfjdv3n6-049

Keywords:

environment, investment, microentrepreneurs, perception

Abstract

The objective of this article is to investigate the environment for doing business that exists between formal and informal microentrepreneurs in the municipalities of Querétaro, El Marqués and Pedro Escobedo. A survey was carried out on 590 businessmen, both formal and informal, of all types of businesses and who have a maximum of 9 employees. The period in which the survey was carried out was between April and November 2022 and nine topics were investigated that included, among other topics: the concern they have about their sales, the evolution of their debts in recent months, the insecurity to carry out their activities , the support from the municipal and state authorities, the political instability and the economic situation of the country. Some of the results obtained are the growing insecurity perceived to carry out business, the insufficient support from municipal and state authorities and the growing indebtedness derived from the long period of the pandemic.

Published

2022-12-14

How to Cite

Romero, M. Ángel V., Rodríguez, P. D., García, E. O., & Castilla, A. M. C. (2022). Environment for doing business from the pandemic: an analysis of the microenterprise sector. South Florida Journal of Development, 3(6), 7031–7042. https://doi.org/10.46932/sfjdv3n6-049

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