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Index to Volume 12

Index to Volume 12 Author Index Anderson, Robert L. and Kathleen P. Anderson. A Comparison of Women in Small and Large Companies. 3:23-33. Birley, Sue, Caroline Moss and Peter Saunders, Do Women Entrepreneurs Require Different Training? 1 :27-35. Brockhaus, Robert H. Sr. Entrepreneurial Research: Are We Playing the Right Game? 3:55-61. Carland, James W., Frank Hoy and Jo Ann C. Carland. Who is an Entrepreneur? is a Question Worth Asking. 4:33-39. Carsrud, Alan L., Connie Marie Gaglio and Kenneth W. Olm. Entrepreneurs-Mentors, Networks and Successful New Venture Development: An Exploratory Study. 2:13-18. Churchill, Neil C. and Kenneth J. Hatten. Non-Market Based Transfers of Wealth and Power: A Research Framework for Family Businesses. 2:53-66. Dart, Jack. Power, Conflict and Satisfaction: Perceptions of Shopping Center Based Small Retailers. 3:35-44. Fry, Fred L. The Role of Incubators in Small Business Planning. I :51-61. Gable, Myron and Martin T. Topol. Planning Practices of Small Scale Retailers. 2:19-32. Gartner, William B. Who is an Entrepreneur? is the Wrong Question. 4: 11-32. Hofer, Charles W. and William R. Sandberg. Improving New Venture Performance: Some Guidelines for Success. 1:11-25. Keats, Barbara W. and Jeffrey S. Bracker. Toward a Theory of Small Firm Performance: A Conceptual Model. 4:41-58. Lumpkin, James R. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Journal of Small Business SAGE

Index to Volume 12

American Journal of Small Business , Volume 12 (4): 2 – Apr 1, 1988

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SAGE
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© 1988 SAGE Publications
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0363-9428
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1540-6520
DOI
10.1177/104225878801200406
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Author Index Anderson, Robert L. and Kathleen P. Anderson. A Comparison of Women in Small and Large Companies. 3:23-33. Birley, Sue, Caroline Moss and Peter Saunders, Do Women Entrepreneurs Require Different Training? 1 :27-35. Brockhaus, Robert H. Sr. Entrepreneurial Research: Are We Playing the Right Game? 3:55-61. Carland, James W., Frank Hoy and Jo Ann C. Carland. Who is an Entrepreneur? is a Question Worth Asking. 4:33-39. Carsrud, Alan L., Connie Marie Gaglio and Kenneth W. Olm. Entrepreneurs-Mentors, Networks and Successful New Venture Development: An Exploratory Study. 2:13-18. Churchill, Neil C. and Kenneth J. Hatten. Non-Market Based Transfers of Wealth and Power: A Research Framework for Family Businesses. 2:53-66. Dart, Jack. Power, Conflict and Satisfaction: Perceptions of Shopping Center Based Small Retailers. 3:35-44. Fry, Fred L. The Role of Incubators in Small Business Planning. I :51-61. Gable, Myron and Martin T. Topol. Planning Practices of Small Scale Retailers. 2:19-32. Gartner, William B. Who is an Entrepreneur? is the Wrong Question. 4: 11-32. Hofer, Charles W. and William R. Sandberg. Improving New Venture Performance: Some Guidelines for Success. 1:11-25. Keats, Barbara W. and Jeffrey S. Bracker. Toward a Theory of Small Firm Performance: A Conceptual Model. 4:41-58. Lumpkin, James R.

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Published: Apr 1, 1988

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