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Index to Volume 11

Index to Volume 11 Author Index Brockhaus, Robert H., Sr. Entrepreneurial Research: Are We Playing the Correct Game? 3:43-49. Castaldi, Richard M. An Analysis of the Work Roles of CEOs of Small Firms. 1:53-64. Churchill, Neil C. and Kenneth J. Hatten. Non-Market-Based Transfers of Wealth and Power: A Research Framework for Family Businesses. 3:51-64. Cooley, Philip L., Daniel T. Walz and Diane B. Walz. A Research Agenda for Computers and Small Business. 3:31-42. Cooper, Arnold C. and William C. Dunkelberg. Entrepreneurial Research: Old Questions, New Answers and Methodological Issues. 3: 11-23. Ibrahim, A. B. and J. R. Goodwin. Perceived Causes of Success in Small Business. 2:41-50. Ireland, R. Duane and Philip M. Van Auken. Entrepreneurship and Small Business Research: An Historical Typology and Directions for Future Research. 4:9-20. Massey, Tom K., Jr. Computers in Small Business: A Case of Under-Utilization. 2:51-60. O'Keefe, W. Timothy. Small Business Acceptance of Foreign Sales Corporation Incentives. l :43-51. Robinson, Richard B., Jr., Moragea Y. Salem, John E. Logan and John A. Pearce, 11. Planning Activities Related to Independent Retail Firm Performance. l: 19-26. Ronstadt, Robert. The Educated Entrepreneurs. 4:37-53. Rose, John T. Interstate Banking and Small Business Finance: Implications from Available Evidence. 2:23-39. Shuman, Jeffrey C. and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Small Business SAGE

Index to Volume 11

American Journal of Small Business , Volume 11 (4): 5 – Apr 1, 1987

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SAGE
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© 1987 SAGE Publications
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0363-9428
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1540-6520
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10.1177/104225878701100409
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Author Index Brockhaus, Robert H., Sr. Entrepreneurial Research: Are We Playing the Correct Game? 3:43-49. Castaldi, Richard M. An Analysis of the Work Roles of CEOs of Small Firms. 1:53-64. Churchill, Neil C. and Kenneth J. Hatten. Non-Market-Based Transfers of Wealth and Power: A Research Framework for Family Businesses. 3:51-64. Cooley, Philip L., Daniel T. Walz and Diane B. Walz. A Research Agenda for Computers and Small Business. 3:31-42. Cooper, Arnold C. and William C. Dunkelberg. Entrepreneurial Research: Old Questions, New Answers and Methodological Issues. 3: 11-23. Ibrahim, A. B. and J. R. Goodwin. Perceived Causes of Success in Small Business. 2:41-50. Ireland, R. Duane and Philip M. Van Auken. Entrepreneurship and Small Business Research: An Historical Typology and Directions for Future Research. 4:9-20. Massey, Tom K., Jr. Computers in Small Business: A Case of Under-Utilization. 2:51-60. O'Keefe, W. Timothy. Small Business Acceptance of Foreign Sales Corporation Incentives. l :43-51. Robinson, Richard B., Jr., Moragea Y. Salem, John E. Logan and John A. Pearce, 11. Planning Activities Related to Independent Retail Firm Performance. l: 19-26. Ronstadt, Robert. The Educated Entrepreneurs. 4:37-53. Rose, John T. Interstate Banking and Small Business Finance: Implications from Available Evidence. 2:23-39. Shuman, Jeffrey C. and

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Published: Apr 1, 1987

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