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SUCCESS FACTORS OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES (SMEs): THE CASE OF JORDAN
The importance of the small and medium-sized enterprises come from the vital role of the SMEs in the private sector and because SMEs considered as a labour intensive firms. However, there are someExpand
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Success Factors of Small and Medium Enterprises: The Case of Jordan
The importance of the small and medium-sized enterprises come from the vital role of the SMEs in the private sector and because SMEs considered as a labour intensive firms. However, there are someExpand
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The small firm loan guarantee scheme in Jordan : an empirical investigation
In Jordan around 98 percent of manufacturing and service sector firms are small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), while around 80 percent of the Jordanian labour force is employed by S MEs.Expand
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The Relationship Between Firm Size and Growth in the Manufacturing Sector in Jordan
The fact that most jobs are created by relatively small size firms and that small firms grow faster than the large ones has an important implication for job generation and employment policy,Expand
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The Validity of Gibrat's Law in Developed and Developing Countries (2008–2013): Comparison based Assessment
Abstract The Gibrat's Law of Proportionate Effect, indicated that the growth rate of a given firm is independent of its size at the beginning of the examined period. While earlier studies tended toExpand
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THE VALIDITY OF GIBRAT’S LAW IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES (2005-2013): COMPARISION BASED ASSESSMENT
According to Gibrat’s Law of Proportionate Effect, the growth rate of a given firm is independent of its size at the beginning of the examined period. While earlier studies tended to confirm the Law,Expand
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The economic impact of inbound and outbound labor migration: the case of Jordan (1970-2006)
Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of inbound and outbound labor migration on the Jordanian economy. Design/methodology/approach - Using a qualitative analysis subsidized byExpand
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The Validity of Gibrat's Law: Evidence from the Service Sector in Jordan☆
Abstract Gibrat's Law or law of proportionate effect (1931) suggested that the growth of the firm is independent of the firm size. This law has been widely studied over the last 40 years until theExpand
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