Small Business Economics
Small Bus Econ
ISSN (printed): 0921-898X. ISSN (electronic): 1573-0913.
Small and medium-sized firms have become increasingly important in the economic activities of both developed and developing nations. Small Business Economics provides the central forum for the economic analysis of the role of small business. In particular articles are welcomed that focus on the links between firm size and performance the distinct roles of differently sized firms how and why firm behavior and strategy vary with size the determinants of the formation growth and dissolution of firms and the relationship between firm size and innovation. Small Business Economics is cross-disciplinary and cross-national in its approach. High quality research is published employing theoretical or quantitative analyses along with contributions focusing on institutions and public policies within both a national and international context.
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