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A Study of Factors Related to Successful and Failure of Entrepreneurs of Small Industrial Business with Emphasis on Their Level of Education and Training
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This paper examines the determinants of business start-up, long and short-term success, and failure of small businesses. Entrepreneurs and small firm success and failure have been the subject of extensive research. It is important to understand the external, internal, and motivational factors responsible for business start-up, the barriers faced during the initial and continuous stages of trading and the advice and assistance available to entrepreneurs. This paper is aiming in explaining thedoi:10.2139/ssrn.902045 fatcat:34asbu3jzrba3jm3gxb5t57uby