Curran, James and Blackburn, Robert A. (1993) Local economies and small firms: a view from the ground. In: Chittenden, Francis , Robertson, Martyn and Watkins, David, (eds.) Small Firms: Recession and Recovery. London, U.K. : Paul Chapman. pp. 94-112. ISBN 185396249XFull text not available from this archive.
This Chapter provides and analysis of the activities of small firms in five different sectors and seven locations. It examines the extent to which it is relevant to talk about a 'local' economy in the sense of a coherent set of efconomic activities; the character of business relations; and trends in the increasing or decreasing importance of the 'local' in the UK.
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|Faculty, School or Research Centre:||Faculty of Business and Law > Small Business Research Centre
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|Depositing User:||Robert Blackburn|
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