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Revisiting Portraits of Small Business Growth and Employment in Western Canada


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  • Edward J. Chambers

    (School of Business, University of Alberta)

  • Wade Church

    (School of Business, University of Alberta)

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    The report examines the importance of small business to the economies and employment of Canada’s four western provinces, and is an update of an earlier report, released in 1999.

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    Paper provided by Western Centre for Economic Research in its series Information Bulletins with number 1086.

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    Length: 52 pages
    Date of creation: Jan 2006
    Date of revision: Jan 2006
    Publication status: Published by Western Centre for Economic Research, Information Bulletin Series, #86.
    Handle: RePEc:alb:series:1086

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    Keywords: Employment; Growth; Small Business; SME; Survey;

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