The Role Of Small Business In Economic Development Of The United States: From The End Of The Korean War (1953) To The Present

A government can use its financial strength to acquire goods and services, while at the same time watering many sources to improve the health, welfare, and security of its population. Economic development has been evasive to a significant section of the U.S. and federal programs have attempted to remedy the disparity (ies). The authors contend that small business is an engine of economic growth and job creation; and that not tapping it delays rather promotes growth.

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