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Mała firma - duży problem? Ewolucja podejścia do małych przedsiębiorstw w krajach rozwijających się
Ekonomista, 2003, nr 4, s. 539-548, bibliogr. 44 poz.
Małe i średnie przedsiębiorstwa, Kraje rozwijające się
Small business, Developing countries
W artykule przedstawiono zmiany w podejściu do małych firm w pracach teoretycznych oraz programach rządowych i projektach organizacji międzynarodowych. Uwzględniono publikacje i nurty badań o kluczowym znaczeniu dla problematyki drobnego przemysłu w gospodarce słabo rozwiniętej.
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