Date of Award:

1966

Document Type:

Thesis

Degree Name:

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Department:

Management

Advisor/Chair:

Judith Bills

Abstract

Does the small business concern in this country have access to sufficient amounts of growth capital? For the past several years there has been much controversy concerning this question. Articles have been written both pro and con voicing opinions as to whether small businesses are being discriminated against in the acquisition of long-term loans to finance growth and business expansion. The majority of the written information on this subject appears to support the theory that too many small business firms are under-capitalized and the sources of long-term investment and growth funds are seriously limited to the small businessman.

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