SICLASS: Forecasting the European Enterprise Sector by Industry and Size Class
AbstractIt is generally acknowledged that the size-class distribution of enterprises in a country is an important characteristic of its economy. The EU countries are increasingly co-operating and adjusting to each other's needs in order to achieve optimal joint output. However, country differences -at least for the coming decade- cannot, to say the least, be ignored. Accordingly, the existing differences in (and policies towards) size-class structures should be acknowledged. Given the development of continuing co-operation, this gives great support for a model at Eu-level in which size classes are modelled explicitly. SICLASS is such a model.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by NEUHUYS - RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM in its series Papers with number 9812/e.
Length: 55 pages
Date of creation: 1998
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Postal: RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED BUSINESS IN THE NETHERLANDS, NEUHUYS.
SIZE OF ENTERPRISE ; CLASSIFICATION ; EUROPE;
Other versions of this item:
- Niels Bosma & Ton Kwaak, 1999. "Siclass: forecasting the European enterprise sector by industry and size-class," Scales Research Reports H199812, EIM Business and Policy Research.
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