The use and impact of public financed business advice support schemes by SMEs in Saudi Arabia. / Alagil, Bassam.

2016. 382 p.

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The use and impact of public financed business advice support schemes by SMEs in Saudi Arabia. / Alagil, Bassam.

2016. 382 p.

Research output: ThesisDoctoral Thesis

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Alagil, B 2016, 'The use and impact of public financed business advice support schemes by SMEs in Saudi Arabia.', Ph.D., Royal Holloway, University of London.

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title = "The use and impact of public financed business advice support schemes by SMEs in Saudi Arabia.",
abstract = "This thesis explores the extent of use and the impact of the public financed support schemes using a human capital theory framework to analyse a large scale quantitative survey of 328 small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in Saudi Arabia. All of the businesses in the study are family businesses who employ at least one other family member in addition to the key decision maker in the businesses. ",
keywords = "Entrepreneurship, SME, business support services, business advice, SAUDI-ARABIA, developing countries, Start-ups, innovation, WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS, family business",
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language = "English",
school = "Royal Holloway, University of London",

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