THE STATE OF SME’s ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RATIONALITY
The paper analyse the economic rationality of SMEs (Small and medium size enterprises) trough some pertinent indicators that revels the importance of SME for the employment market and for the entire economy. Despite their adaptability these entities have faced always different problems and the most noticeable has been the need of capital infusion. The paper proposes a new type of capital infusion in Romania: the private equity investment. We explore the venture investment mechanism and its implications at economic level for the SME. To identify the economic impact of venture capital, European preliminary figures provided by EVCA (European Venture Capital Association) will be analysed to determine if private equity capital represents a solution for capital infusion in SMEs.
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- Mills, David E & Schumann, Laurence, 1985. "Industry Structure with Fluctuating Demand," American Economic Review, American Economic Association, vol. 75(4), pages 758-767, September.
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