Vol. 21, No. 1, August 2003 C. MIRJAM VAN PRAAG / Business Survival and Success of Young Small Business Owners 1–17 TODD M. GABE and DAVID S. KRAYBILL / Passive Firm Learning and Employment Projection Error 19–26 FARIBA HASHEMI / A Dynamic Model of Size Distribution of Firms Applied to U.S. Biotechnology and Trucking Industries 27–36 Y. KON and D. J. STOREY / A Theory of Discouraged Borrowers 37–49 BRIAN HEADD / Redefining Business Success: Distinguishing Between Closure and Failure 51–61 MARC COWLING and PETER MITCHELL / Is the Small Firms Loan Guarantee Scheme Hazardous for Banks or Helpful to Small Business? 63–71 Vol. 21, No. 2, September 2003 Special issue on Entrepreneurship, Firm Growth and Regional Development in the New Economic Geography Guest editors: Charlie Karlsson and Rolf Dahlberg CHARLIE KARLSSON and ROLF DAHLBERG / Entrepreneurship, Firm Growth and Regional Development in the New Economic Geography: Introduction 73–76 HANS WESTLUND and ROGER BOLTON / Local Social Capital and Entrepreneurship 77–113 VERONIQUE SCHUTJENS and ERIK STAM / The Evolution and Nature of Young Firm Networks: A Longitudinal Perspective 115–134 CHARLIE KARLSSON and KRISTINA NYSTRÖM / Exit and Entry Over the Product Life Cycle: Evidence from the Swedish Manufacturing Industry
Small Business Economics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 11, 2004
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