Entrepreneurship and Small Firms
Entrepreneurship and Small Firm, 5e, provides comprehensive and accessible coverage of entrepreneurial and small firm theory, concepts, evidence, policy and practice. Integrating academic theory with the day to day realities that entrepreneurs may encounter it provides a comprehensive analysis of entrepreneurship.
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Entrepreneurial activity the economy and the importance of small firms
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