|Statement||by Frits Schippers ; with a contribution by Herminia R. Fajardo.|
|Contributions||Fajardo, Herminia R., 1929-|
|LC Classifications||HD62.7 .S35 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||83942055|
Abstract: Interest in the role of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the development process continues to be in the forefront of policy debates in developing countries. The role of finance, management skills, macro-environment factors and infrastructure have been viewed as a critical element for the performanceFile Size: KB. HERR/NETTEKOVEN | THE ROlE Of SMAll AND MEDiUM-SiZED ENTERPRiSES iN DEVElOPMENT benefits. Poverty-driven SMEs are usually not innovative or do not have the potential to innovate or increase productivity. They often survive on the basis of cheap labour, which, in some countries, includes child labour and other exploitative working Size: KB. implementation in respect of small and medium scale industries. Adidu & Olannye (), states that different countries have different basis of defining small and medium scale enterprises, some on capital investment, while others define it on the basis of management structure. There. This research paper explores the role of small- and medium-sized entreprises in the economy of different countries, with a particular focus on Azerbaijan. The purpose of the research is to support and intensify the development of small- and medium-sized businesses in .
Small and Medium Enterprises: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications provides a comprehensive collection of research on current technological developments and organizational perspectives on the scale of small and medium enterprises. This is a reference source suitable for professionals, practitioners, and academics interested in the. This Guide to Practice Management for Small- and Medium-sized Practices (the Guide) was commissioned by the IFAC Small and Medium Practices (SMP) Committee to provide guidance to small and medium sized practices (SMPs) on how to better manage their practice and ultimately operate in a safe, profitable, and professional manner. The modern SMEs are mostly defined in terms of the size of investment & labour force. The industries (Development & Regulation) defines, . Liedholm, C. & Mead, D. C. () Small S cale Industries in Developing Countries: Empirical Evid ence and Policy Implications. MSU International Development P aper No. 9.
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