Understanding Enterprise, Entrepreneurship and Small Business

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Palgrave Macmillan, Dec 19, 2003 - Business & Economics - 520 pages
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A uniquely comprehensive and accessible guide to the key facts, ideas, theories, and thinking about enterprise and entrepreneurship, this text considers their relationship to small businesses and discusses the methods that are taken to promote them. Outlining the importance of the small business sector and the activity of enterprise development, the authors discuss the meaning of enterprise, its perceived benefits, and the cultural, economic, and political influences which affect the behavior of individuals and groups.

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A very good book for owners of small and familyowned business

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Simon Bridge is with Simon Bridge and Associates.

Ken O'Neill is at the Enterprise and Small Business Development Unit, University of Ulster.

Stan Cromie is at the University of Ulster.

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