Small Firm Management : Evidence, Management Implications and Public Policy - A Case of a Growing Small Economy
The purpose of this paper is to examine small businesses in Sri Lanka, to determine the management implications, and to discuss its relevance to the current public policy stance. Although there has been a considerable attempt to examine the nature and problems of small businesses in developed countries, very little effort has been placed on studying these same problems in developing countries.
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