Productivity: When small isn’t beautiful

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Productivity: When small isn’t beautiful | The Economist: “BRITONS and Americans are used to lionisations of the small businessman. This praise is often misplaced; it is not so much small firms that drive growth and job creation so much as small and young firms on their way to becoming much larger. Where small firms are most common, as around Europe’s southern periphery, their prevalence is sign of uncompetitive markets and low productivity. “

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