Small enterprise development: the experience of the South and the North
Oxford & IBH Pub. Co., 2000 - Small business - 274 pages
Papers presented at an Internal Confernce on Small Enterprise Development at Cochin, held in 2000, organised by Institute of Small Enterprises and Development.
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The Dynamics of SelfEmployment
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