The Analysis and the Audit of Enterprises, A New Challenge in Front of Global Crisis Today
AbstractA number of studies have tried to explain SME and how they affect economic growth. These studies have mainly taken the role of SME as an engine of economic growth but connected with perfection of the market and institutional role. While various skeptics question the efficiency of SME and their role speaking in favor of large firms (Biggs, 2002). While many studies have assessed the importance of micro SME in economic growth just in the process of industrialization (Snodgrass and Biggs, 1996). Beck, Demirguc-Kunt and Levine (2005) provide the first evidence on the links between SME, economic growth and poverty reduction, using a new database compiled by Ayyagari, Beck and Demirguc-Kunt (2003). According to their per capita GDP growth and employment in manufacturing report from SME, show a strong positive correlation during the 1990-s.
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