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Although Small Business Investment Corporations (SBIC's) and venture Capital Firms (VC's) represent potential sources of long-term financing for small businesses, little is known about their investment behavior. The purpose of this article is to examine the major reasons why entrepreneurs are...
The purpose of this paper is to report the results of a study which examines the relationship between the structural characteristics of loans to minority small businesses and loan performance. The study represents an extension of research to the analysis of small business loan performance [2, 5,...
Despite efforts in the past, the issue of whether tight money policy unfairly discriminates against small businesses remains an unsettled debate. More statistical investigation of the issue seems to offer the only answer to resolve the issue. This paper presents results from a statistical...
This paper describes a methodology used to gain an understanding concerning the needs of small business owner/managers for government policies and programs to improve their performance. Data were collected from 141 owner/managers in eight sessions using a modified Nominal Group Technique (NGT)...
This is a field study of decision making by small businessmen. Thirty-five owner-managers were studied, and it was found that they employed a multidimensional, stochastic, non-quantitative decision process, normally involving several factors for each decision.
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