This work examines the role of new firm formation in regional economic development. While the focus is on Scotland, the strong policy orientation and comparative treatment mean that the issues covered have a much wider application and interest.
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|New Firm Formation and Regional Economic Development||p. 1|
|Employment Change and New Firm Formation in Uk Counties, 1981-9||p. 17|
|Survival, Growth and Age of Smes||p. 36|
|Empirical Research on the Role of New Firms in Scotland||p. 65|
|Banks and Small Businesses||p. 81|
|Social Networking||p. 99|
|Social Networks, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development||p. 118|
|The Business Birth Rate, Real Services and Networking||p. 132|
|Networks and New Enterprise Development in Russia||p. 144|
|The Use of External Advice by New and Established Smes||p. 161|
|New Software Companies in Scotland||p. 189|
|What is the Role of New Firms in a Local Economic Development Strategy?||p. 202|
|Whatever You Hit Call the Target||p. 223|
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Series: Routledge Studies in Small Business
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 276
Published: 27th March 1996
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 13.8 x 1.9
Weight (kg): 0.44