Bridging the Entrepreneurial Financing Gap: Linking Governance with Regulatory Policy
Michael J. Whincop
Ashgate/Dartmouth, 2001 - Law - 212 pages
Governments world-wide have developed policies to encourage innovation, entrepreneurship and small firm growth, and to increase access to small firm finance. This book links these regulatory policies to the ethical and governance practices of small firms in order to explain the impact and success these policies might be expected to enjoy.
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