Business Registration and Firm Performance: Some Lessons From India

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Williams, C.C.; Kedir, A.;
  • Publisher: World Scientific Publishing

The aim of this paper is to evaluate the impacts on future firm performance of a firm deciding to register from the outset of its operations. Until now, the assumption has been that starting up registered is linked to higher future firm performance. Reporting World Bank... View more
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