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- 89 Line drawings, black and white; 74 Tables, black and white; 89 Illustrations, black and white
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`This is a reader-friendly book providing information for managing and keeping the small business beautiful using a number of tables, figures and boxes... Reading this book may be useful to the teachers and students concerned with the development of small business enterprises in different cross-cultural environments.' - M.S. Chikara, The Journal of Business Perspective 'The book is an excellent book for academics, and will provde firm preparation for those wishing to start their own businesses as well as guidance for business owners.'- Peter Merill, Quality World, December 2912 'This book offers a much needed single source text to SMEs from a cross cultural perspective. The book presents a comprehensive and concise introduction to contemporary developments in this emerging field of research.' - Paul Manning, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK
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Per Lind is Professor of Industrial Development at Gotland University, Sweden. He has published several books, and made contributions to many others, on management and developing countries. He is married and has two sons and a daughter
Part 1: The Cross-Cultural SME Environment 1. Small Business in the World 2. The Economic Development Process as a Framework for Small Business 3. The Contribution of Small Firms to Economic Development 4. Entrepreneurship and Small Business 5. Government: Facilitator or Trouble Maker for SME Growth? Part 2: SME Management in a Cross-Cultural Perspective 6. Small Business Growth: Measures and Means 7. Managing the Small Firm: Theory and Practice 8. The SME Manager's Roles: Strategist, Operator and Mentor 9. Strategic and Operational Tools for SME Management 10. Networking and other Forms of SME Collaboration 11. The Small Firm in a Global Context: Opportunities and Threats Part 3: Case Studies 1. Freight Enterprise S.A. (Argentina) 2. Alstermo Bruk AB (Sweden) 3. Olympia International (South Africa) 4. Viettuan Trading: Technology and Product Co. Ltd. (Vietnam) 5. Polmarco (Poland) 6. Lokal Industries Inc. (The Philippines) 7. Ningxia ABC Environmental Equipment Co. Ltd. (China) 8. IE Electronics (Pvt) Ltd. (Sri Lanka) 9. Mandelay Coating (South Africa) 10. Carbex AB (Sweden) 11. Kun Mining Company Ltd. (China) 12. Doradca Consultants (Poland) 13. Bernard Botejue Industries (Sri Lanka) 14. My Anh Garment Manufacture and Export Co. Ltd. (Vietnam) 15. Sterisol AB (Sweden)