International Small Business Journal


International Small Business Journal

Publisher: SAGE Publications

International Small Business Journal provides a forum and focus for the
discussion and dissemination of views and research on the small business
sector thourghout the world. The emphasis is on systematic studies which
help to improve the general understanding of small business and so
contribute to more effective policies for and management of small business.

Articles cover theoretical and methodological developments, empirical
studies, practical applications and reviews of relevant literature. The
journal is intended for academics and teachers, policymakers at all levels,
trade and business associations, financial institutions, small firms'
representative bodies, and planning and industrial development authorities.

The International Small Business Journal is a truly global,
multi-disciplinary forum for the dissemination and discussion of research on
the small business. The emphasis of the journal is on high quality, research
based studies which contribute to theory, critical understanding and policy
formulation on small firms.

This refereed journal is of relevance to academics, policy makers and
analysts, in government and business, seeking to understand the sector,
trade and business institutions, small business representative bodies and
those in support agencies.

ISSN: 0266-2426


Robert Blackburn, Director
Small Business Research Centre
Kingston Business School
Kingston Hill
Kingston upon Thames
Surrey kt 2 7 lb


Content available by subscription.

Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.

Current Issue: December 1 2004, Volume 22, No. 6

Date: 13 Dec. 2004

Original posting date: 
Monday, December 13, 2004
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