Small Business Economics (2005) 25: 505–507 Vol. 25, No. 1, August 2005 Special Issue on: Organizational Determinants of Small Business Performance Guest Editors: William Hulsink and Joris Meijaard COLM O’GORMAN, SARAH BOURKE and JOHN A. MURRAY / The Nature of Managerial Work in Small Growth-Orientated Businesses 1–16 JOHAN MAES, LUC SELS and FILIP ROODHOOFT / Modelling the Link Between Management Practices and Financial Performance. Evidence from Small Construction Companies 17–34 NIELS BOSMA, GERRIT DE WIT and MARTIN CARREE / Modelling Entrepreneurship: Unifying The Equilibrium and Entry/Exit Approach 35–48 MARK S. FREEL / Perceived Environmental Uncertainty and Innovation in Small Firms 49–64 DONATO IACOBUCCI and PETER ROSA / Growth, Diversiﬁcation, and Business Group Formation in Entrepreneurial Firms 65–82 JORIS MEIJAARD, MARYSE J. BRAND and MARCO MOSSELMAN / Organizational Structure and Performance in Dutch small Firms 83–96 MARCO VAN GELDEREN, LIDEWEY VAN DER SLUIS and PAUL JANSEN / Learning Opportunities and Learning Behaviours of Small Business Starters: Relations with Goal Achievement, Skill Development and Satisfaction 97–108 Vol. 25, No. 2, September 2005 PAUL WESTHEAD, MIKE WRIGHT, DENIZ UCBASARAN and MARTIN BINKS / Novice, Serial and Portfolio Entrepreneur Behaviour and Contributions 109–132 DOMENICO SARNO / Liquidity Constraint on the Production of Firms
Small Business Economics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 25, 2005
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