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Early life-cycle behaviour of micro-firms in Scotland.
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In early the system will be open sourced and available for other sound artists and musicians to ultilise. Fields has recently received support from UK commissioners Sound and Music to engage new audiences through a 5-date tour across Reid, G.C., , Early Life-Cycle Behaviour of Micro-Firms in Scotland, Small Business Economics 7, Reid, G.C., , Fast Growing Small Entrepreneurial Firms and their Venture Capital Backers: an Applied Principal Agent Analysis, Small Business Economics 8,
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The paper reports on the behaviour of young (less than three years old) micro-firms (less than ten employees) in Scotland, with an emphasis on life-cycle effects. Two main tests were carried out.
The paper reports on the behaviour of young (less than three years old) micro-firms (less than ten employees) in Scotland, with an emphasis on life-cycle effects.
Two main tests were carried out. The first took Gibrat's Law (that growth is independent of size) as the null hypothesis, and a life-cycle effects model as the alternative.
The Gibrat's Law model was rejected in favour of the life Cited by: G.C Reid has written: 'Early life-cycle behaviour of micro-firms in Scotland' Asked in Book Reports What is the summary of chapter 2 in the young warrior by vs reid.
Gavin C Reid PhD DLitt DBA (Hon) has a long and distinguished research record of publications, grants, projects, impact and knowledge exchange. He has written ten research-based books, mainly on. Reid G. (), “Early Life-cycle Behaviour of Micro-Firms in Scotland”, Small Business Economics, 7(1), 89– CrossRef Google Scholar Santarelli E.
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The firms in the sam- ple were very young (on average less than two years old) and very small (on average three full-time employees).
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