Recent Research in Entrepreneurship: The Third International EIASM Workshop
Leslie G. Davies, Allan Gibb
Avebury, 1991 - Business & Economics - 361 pages
A collection of research papers concerned with entrepreneurship and the small business, in particular growth in small and medium sized businesses. This text includes advice on the problems experienced by small firms and the effect of push-pull factors in the growth of female entrepreneurship.
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