Financing Small Business in America Debt Capital in a Global Economy
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Description: Examining the role of the public sector in small-business debt-capital formation, this book describes current approaches, conceptually and pragmatically, and evaluates their advantages and disadvantages from a variety of perspectives. It also suggests a model for improving our approach to small business capital formation in the United States. Financing small business creation and expansion has always been difficult. Private debt capital providers tend to avoid small business because the latter are preceived to be too risky. Yet because of the importance of small businesses to national economic growth, stability, and innovation, ensuring that these businesses can obtain and effectively use appropriate levels of debt capital is vital to national well-being. How, and to what extent, should the public sector intervene in the debt capital markets to ensure that sufficient capital flows to small businesses? This book is an attempt to answer that question.
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Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, LLC
Publication date: 10/30/2003
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
|U.S. Small Businesses and the Global Economy|
|The Importance of Small Businesses to the U.S. Economy|
|The Challenges Posed by the Global Economy|
|Implications for Enterprise Development Assistance|
|The Importance of Debt Capital to Small Business|
|The Role of Capital Formation in Small Business Success|
|The Relationship Between Capital Formation and Small Business Incubation|
|Debt Capital as an Aspect of Capital Formation|
|Governmental Involvement in Small Business Debt-Capital Formation|
|Current Approaches to Debt-Capital Formation: Micro- and Direct Lending Programs|
|Microenterprise Program: How the Program Works|
|Direct Government Lending|
|Indirect Approaches to Leveraging Private Capital|
|Loan Guarantee Programs|
|Loan Insurance Pooling: The Capital Access Program|
|Loans with Kicker Features: BIDCOs|
|Subordinated Lending: Certified Development Corporation Loans|
|Shortcomings of Current Practices|
|Summary and Conclusion|