Factors Influencing Risk Management Decision of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Ghana

Despite the dynamic role of small and medium scale enterprises in the country’s development, operators of these enterprises in the country face several risks in their businesses. The occurrence of these risks may have disastrous effects on the entrepreneurs’ toiled effort for business success if not managed. The research therefore seeks to study the factors that stimulate or prevent owners of SMEs in Ghana in taking risk management decisions.

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Anselm Komla Abotsi, Gershon Yawo Dake (PhD) and Richard Abankwa Agyepong

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