Small Business Economics (2005) 24: 499–501 Vol. 24, No. 1, February 2005 TAKEHIKO YASUDA / Firm Growth, Size, Age and Behavior in Japanese Manufacturing 1–15 MICHAEL I. LUGER and JUN KOO / Deﬁning and Tracking Business Start-Ups 17–28 AOIFE HANLEY and JONATHAN CROOK / The Higher Cost of Follow-Up Loans 29–38 POORAN WYNARCZYK and ROBERT WATSON / Firm Growth and Supply Chain Partnerships: An Empirical Analysis of U.K. SME Subcontractors 39–51 TADAHISA KOGA / R&D Subsidy and Self-Financed R&D: The Case of Japanese High- Technology Start-Ups 53–62 THOMAS ASTEBRO and IRWIN BERNHARDT / The Winner’s Curse of Human Capital 63–78 HO YEON KIM / The Locational and Functional Behavior of U.S. Autoparts Suppliers 79–95 Vol. 24, No. 2, March 2005 LORI A. MUSE, MATTHEW W. RUTHERFORD, SHARON L. OSWALD and JENNIE E. RAYMOND / Commitment to Employees: Does It He1p or Hinder Small Business Performance? 97–111 ¨ ˚ ROGNVALDUR SAEMUNDSSON and ASA LINDHOLM DAHLSTRAND / How Business Opportunities Constrain Young Technology-Based Firms from Growing into Medium-Sized Firms 113–129 LUISA ROSTI and FRANCESCO CHELLI / Gender Discrimination, Entrepreneurial Talent and Self-Employment 131–142 JOHN LUNN and TODD STEEN / The Heterogeneity of Self-Employment: The Example of Asians in the United States
Small Business Economics – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 8, 2005
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