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Economic Perspectives, Vol. 10, No. November/December, 1986
Small Business, Big Job Growth
Efforts to quantify and better describe the importance of small business within the United States economy have emphasized the importance of small business as a major source of job generation. The findings have important implications for both national and state policies directed toward the small business sector. On a regional basis, the states of the Midwest, in particular, view small business programs as one way to offset major job losses that have ravaged their industrial base.
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