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Small Firms

Small Firms
Partnerships for Growth

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February 1995 | 240 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This book presents thorough research on a range of topics associated with the SME sector, many of which have direct relevance to the present public policy debate. The content will be of interest to those concerned with the study of the small firms sector and the formulation and delivery of policy initiatives at national and regional level.
F Chittenden, I Marshall and M Robertson
Small Firms
Public Policy Issues in Partnerships for Growth

M Godwin
Bank Lending to Unincorporated Firms in the UK, 1976-92
G Boocock, M Woods and K Caley
The Equity Gap in the East Midlands
An Initial Assessment of the Operation of a New Venture Capital Fund

S Austin et al
Finance, New Technology and SMEs
A Comparative Study of the UK and France

P Westhead, DJ Storey and M Cowling
An Exploratory Analysis of the Factors Associated with the Survival of Independent High-Technology Firms in Great Britain
D North and D Smallbone
Employment Generation and Small Business Growth in Different Geographical Environments
A Woods, R Blackburn and J Curran
Longitudinal Study of Small Enterprises in the Service Sector
H Winnifrith
Quality Assurance and Business Support Organizations
Chaos or Coherence?

J North, J Curran and R Blackburn
Small Firms and BS5750: A Preliminary Investigation
I Turok
Multinational/Supplier Linkages in the Scottish Electronics Industry
A Felstead
Small Firm Autonomy within a Franchise
A Case of Shifting Fortunes

J M Ford and M Ram
Supporting Inner-City Firms
Lessons from the Field

S Vyakarnam and R Jacobs
Teamstart - Overcoming the Blockages to Small Business Growth
A MacNabb
From Entrepreneurship to Professional Management
An Examination of the Personal Factors that Stunt Growth

P J Hall
Habitual Owners of Small Businesses

`This well-produced book will be useful to those who need to keep up to date on small business research, and will be essential for libraries with any pretensions to comprehensive coverage of this subject' - Small Business Perspective

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ISBN: 9781853962882