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Investigation of Institutional and Legislative Barriers and Drivers for Sustainable Transition Development of SMEs in Sri Lanka: A Literature Review

Rajapakshe, PSK and Jayasundara, JMSB and Prasanna, RPIR and Ekanayake, EMS and Naradda Gamage, Sisira Kumara and Abeyrathne, GAKNJ and Aravinda, MAKN and Bandara, KBTUK and Senarath, BTDN (2020): Investigation of Institutional and Legislative Barriers and Drivers for Sustainable Transition Development of SMEs in Sri Lanka: A Literature Review.

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Abstract

It is well documented that Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are recognized as the key to economic growth, innovations and market competition in both developed and developing countries. In Sri Lankan context SMEs play a noteworthy role in environmental, social and economic sustainability. This paper attempted to investigate institutional and legislative barriers and to explore the drivers affecting towards the sustainable transition development of Sri Lankan SMEs, through a systemic literature review. In this study researchers developed model framework for sustainable transition development of SMEs and filled the gap of literature interms of institutional and legislative barriers and drivers on SMEs sustainability. Findings of this study will provide directions for further invetigations on barriers and drivers for sustainable transition development of SMEs in an empirical context which certainly helpful to find out the case specific and unique divers and barriers for sustainability of SMEs.

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