A training intervention for control of SBA loan defaults: A theory development approach.
Since the energy-crisis days of the early 1970's, the United States' economy has been gradually moving from reliance on manufacturing operations to a reliance on service industries. This shift has lead to an abundance of opportunities in the area of small business development. In response to these opportunities, the small business sector has undergone substantial growth. One problem associated with this growth is the procurement of financing for small business startups. Since most entrepreneurs do not have the financing options available to large corporations, the majority of small business startups involve owner bank borrowing, often with the assistance of the Small Business Administration (SBA).
|Authors:||Coates, J. Dennis.|
|Institutions:||Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College|
|Subject:||Business Administration | Accounting|
|Type of publication:||Other|
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