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Big GAAP/Little GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) discusses the rationale of applying uniform accounting and reporting practices to vastly diverse businesses. It incorporates a synopsis of previous discussions and a summary of findings and opinions of the American Institute of...
This paper demonstrates that certain provisions of the tax code may have a differential impact on the investment decisions of new and established firms. Using net present value as the investment criterion, it is shown that under conditions of certainty a project may have different net present...
The increasing presence of federal, state and local regulations in the area of Fair Employment Practices requires small businesses to examine carefully their employment policies and practices. This paper examines major federal FEP regulations in terms of both their applicability and impact on...
Findings from a partial replication of Blau's 1966 study of small bureaucracies suggest that small businesses of six or fewer employees offer substantial promise for the construction of theories of organizational behavior. Based on the strategy of examining simple forms of phenomena to isolate...
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