A Review of the Impacts of SMEs as Social Agents of Economic Liberations in Developing Economies
The benefits of a booming SME sector can be seen in the creation of a sound industrial base for an emerging economy. It ranges from the provision of employment, sources of subsistence, equitable distribution of incomes to its citizens, to deployment of domestic savings for investments. It also include, but not limited, to the increase in capital financial gains, important contribution to...
Published at Internationl Review of Management and Business Research
Issue Issue 3
Motilewa, B.D; Ogbari, M. and Aka, D. O.
Aka Deborah Oluwaseun » Deborah Oluwaseun Aka is a pioneer graduate and now a doctoral candidate and lecturer in the Department of Business Management, College of Business and Social Sciences, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria. Her research interest focus on Marketing and Business Management. She has published in reputable national and international journals and she is a member of the National Institute of... view full profile