Vol. 16, No. 1, February 2001 Special Issue: The Invisible Part of the Iceberg: Research Issues in Industrial Organization and Small Business Guest Editors: Jere W. Glover, Kenneth Simonson & Fred Tarpley JERE W. GLOVER / Introduction to Special Issue on “The Invisible Part of the Iceberg: Research Issues in Industrial Organization and Small Business” 1–2 ALBERT A. FOER / Small Business and Antitrust 3–20 JOHN E. KWOKA, JR. and LAWRENCE J. WHITE / The New Industrial Organization and Small Business 21–30 ADAM M. GOLODNER / Antitrust, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Small Business 31–35 DAVID B. AUDRETSCH / Research Issues Relating to Structure, Competition, and Performance of Small Technology-Based Firms 37–51 BOYAN JOVANOVIC / New Technology and The Small Firm 53–55 Vol. 16, No. 2, March 2001 Special Issue: Networks, Internationalization & Policy Guest Editor: Leo P. Dana LEO PAUL DANA / Introduction: Networks, Internationalization & Policy 57–62 ZOLTAN J. ACS and LEO PAUL DANA / Contrasting Two Models of Wealth Redistribution 63–74 DAVE CRICK, SHIV CHAUDHRY and STEPHEN BATSTONE / An Investigation into the Overseas Expansion of Small Asian-Owned U.K. Firms 75–94 CONNIE MARIE GAGLIO and JEROME A. KATZ / The Psychological Basis of Opportunity Identification: Entrepreneurial Alertness 95–111
Small Business Economics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 3, 2004
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