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The Economy Suffer Stagnancy When Dominated With the Activities of Small Business Owners in Africa.

Senzu, Emmanuel Tweneboah (2015): The Economy Suffer Stagnancy When Dominated With the Activities of Small Business Owners in Africa. Published in: ADDRI Journal , Vol. 13, No. PISSN: 2323-6891 (July 2015): pp. 1-12.

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Abstract

The Paper seek to establish and bring to bear the unknown fifth factor of economic stagnancy theory, identified as a high ranked economic symptom of developing and under developed economy which contribute to poor macro-economic policy design and decision making. Furthermore; posit that such behavioural economic symptom was a contributing factor to the failure of most of the World Bank programmes in early 1980s up to date to empower the successful growth of small and medium scale enterprise in developing and under developed economy of Africa.

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