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Critical, Social and Technological Factors Affecting Entrepreneurial Midsize Firms Vol: 9


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Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9780762303298
Published:
18 Dec 1997
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
300 pages - 156 x 234 x 17mm
Series:
Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Economic Growth

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This is the ninth volume in a series of studies on entrepreneurship, innovation and economic growth. The work looks at social and technological factors affecting mid-size businesses, including: education; job training; health policy; and, information technology.
Education and the quality of the labour force - democracy and the challenge of education reform, Terry Moe; education and the quality of the labour force - formal and informal training - evidence from a matched employee-employer survey, Farley Frazis et al; education and the quality of the labour force - job training of the newly-hired in small and large firms, John M. Barron et al; health care costs and policies - the health care policy debate - what will health policy mean for mid-sized businesses?, Mark V. Pauly; health care costs and policies - paying attention to health care - the experience of American employers, Jon B. Christianson; employee benefits - a competitive tool for mid-size businesses in the new millennium, Gerald Swanson; information technology in the workplace of the future - individual and team trends and implications for business firms, Jay Nunamaker et al; information technology in the workplace of the future - organizational and interorganizational trends and implications for midsize businesses, Doug Vogel et al.

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