SMEs and the innovative capability of regions: London’s Lee Valley region in a European context
North, David J. and Smallbone, David and Vickers, Ian (2003) SMEs and the innovative capability of regions: London’s Lee Valley region in a European context. In: Small firms and economic development in developed and transition economies: a reader. Kirby, David A. and Watson, Anna, eds. Ashgate, Aldershot. ISBN 9780754630609
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[Book summary] Since the late 1970s there has been considerable interest in the role of small firms in economic development in general and employment generation in particular. Throughout the developed world, governments have introduced a range of measures to encourage small firm growth and development in an attempt to stimulate economic growth, generate employment and foster innovation. Though not all measures have been successful many policies have transferred to the transition economies of Central and Eastern Europe where, since 1989, small firm growth and development has achieved considerable importance in economic restructuring.
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|Research Areas:||Business School > Economics and International Development|
|Deposited On:||09 Feb 2010 11:49|
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