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Regulation and Small Firm Performance: what is the real ‘red tape’ challenge? - Mark Hart, ERC
Regulation and Small Firm Performance: what is the real ‘red tape’ challenge? - Mark Hart, ERC
Regulation and Small Firm Performance: what is the real ‘red tape’ challenge? - Mark Hart, ERC
Regulation and Small Firm Performance: what is the real ‘red tape’ challenge? - Mark Hart, ERC
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Regulation and Small Firm Performance: what is the real ‘red tape’ challenge? - Mark Hart, ERC

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  • 1. Enterprising Regulation? Workshop 8th November 2013 SBRC, Kingston Business School
  • 2. Introducing the Enterprise Research Centre • The Enterprise Research Centre (ERC) is an independent research centre which conducts policy relevant research on SME growth and development – launched January 2013 (www.enterpriseresearch.ac.uk) • ERC is a research partnership of Warwick Business School, Aston Business School, Imperial College Business School, Strathclyde Business School and Birmingham Business School. • £3m funding from the Economic and Social Research Council, the UK government Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, the British Bankers’ Association and the Technology Strategy Board. • Research on entrepreneurial ambition and inclination, leadership capabilities in the management teams of SMEs, the impact of diversity on SME start-up and growth, the financing of growth companies, innovation and exporting in SMEs and the role of SMEs in UK jobs growth.
  • 3. Contact us: If you would like any more information about the ERC and any of its activities please contact the Director, Stephen Roper at stephen.roper@wbs.ac.uk or the Deputy Director, Mark Hart at mark.hart@aston.ac.uk. More details about the activities of the ERC and our latest events can be found at: www.enterpriseresearch.ac.uk
  • 4. Regulation and Small Firm Performance: what is the real ‘red tape’ challenge? Professor Mark Hart Enterprise Research Centre mark.hart@aston.ac.uk

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