Academic journal article Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship

Notes from the Editors

Academic journal article Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship

Notes from the Editors

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This issue of the journal presents a variety of articles which explore several issues that are very germane to small business practitioners and academics. Stephen C. Harper provides a series of guidelines on growth in emerging firms, based upon a mail survey. Jeffrey E. McGee and Michael J. Rubach furnish an assessment of company size in successful outsourcing in the computer industry through a model testing effort. Robert N. Lussier contributes a business success versus failure prediction model for service industries, building upon past literature in this area.

Granger Macy and Chip Cooper inquire into the capital market for early stage ventures. They assess the status of the current market and improvements offered by the Small Corporate Offering Registration process. Masoud Hemmasi, Lee A. Graf, and Michael W. Winchell provide an analysis of awareness of export assistance programs among minority-owned small firms. John E. Oliver and William B. Fredenberger investigate human resource lessons from turnaround managers, focusing on problems and how to overcome them. …

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