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Survey of Revolving Loan Funds and Entrepreneurial Capital: Selected Results


  • Edelman, Mark
  • Burke, Sandra Charvat


Revolving loan funds and entrepreneurial capital are important issues for Iowa and its entrepreneurs. The survey reported here was conducted to learn more about the characteristics and practices of revolving loan funds in Iowa. The funds responding to the survey were from across the areas and regions of Iowa and involved many kinds of agencies and entities. This report examines findings from selected questions in the survey to provide an overview of survey results.

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  • Edelman, Mark & Burke, Sandra Charvat, 2011. "Survey of Revolving Loan Funds and Entrepreneurial Capital: Selected Results," Staff General Research Papers Archive 35076, Iowa State University, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:isu:genres:35076

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    Loan Funds; Rural Entrepreneurs; Rural Capital;

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