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dc.contributor.authorMaynard-Moody, Steven
dc.contributor.authorKrider, Charles
dc.identifier.citationSteven Maynard-Moody and Charles Krider. Business Retention and Expansion in Salina. Institute for Public Policy and Business Research, University of Kansas. Technical Report Series: 147 (April 1988; 152 pages).en_US
dc.description.abstractSalina was one of nine Kansas mid-sized communities selected for a study of business retention and expansion in the state. A sample survey of 107 Salina business firms was conducted to find determinants of business retention and expansion of existing industries in the community. Survey participants were drawn from various business segments constituting the economic base. Retail firms and firms of the personal services category were not included in the survey.

The survey aimed at identifying factors that-influence the retention and expansion of existing firms in Salina such as taxes, infrastructure, state and local regulations and others. It also explored the potential of Salina firms to expand within the community. Furthermore, the survey focused on assisting the establishment of local retention and expansion efforts and to discover community-related and/or state-related problems and issues that influence retention and expansion of industries.
dc.publisherInstitute for Public Policy and Business Research, University of Kansasen_US
dc.relation.ispartofseriesTechnical Report;147
dc.titleBusiness Retention and Expansion in Salinaen_US
dc.typeTechnical Reporten_US

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