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Small Business and Social Mobility in France

Abstract : Almost a century ago Engels claimed that the growth of large-scale capitalist production would eliminate small-scale independent ownership in agriculture, craft production and commerce as surely 'as a train runs over a pushcart' (1970, p. 472). Today, however, the prediction remains unfulfilled. In France, for example, 16 per cent of the economically active population are classifîed as 'independent'. [First paragraph]
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Nonna Mayer. Small Business and Social Mobility in France. Robert Goffee; Richard Scase. Entrepreneurship in Europe, Croom Helm Ltd, pp.39 - 59, 1987, 9780709938491. ⟨hal-03397544⟩

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