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Given the characteristics of micro-enterprises and their inherent resource and time constraints, a high response to a postal survey was not anticipated. Thus, the instrument was designed so that it could be administered either by mail or by telephone. Four to six weeks after the postal survey, nonrespondents were contacted by MGI staff, reminded of the questionnaire and offered the option of completing the survey by telephone. In addition to a series of questions to establish the demographic profiles of the firms (such as age, size, industry sector, offerings, export experience, performance, and so on), the instrument sought information on the extent to which micro-enterprises conducted cross-border business, on anticipated sales performance and on future export intentions.
From the consumers’ point of view, higher accessibility to the central marketplace in the region implies that the total access to diversity increases. Obviously, these kinds of effects are important for policy-makers and regional planners to consider. NOTES 1. See for instance Ciccone and Hall (1996) and Glaeser et al. (1992). 2. The time distance within a municipality is the average travel time by car between zones within the municipality. 3. Large FERs are defined as those with a total population above 100 000.
Theil, M. (1967), Economics and Information Theory, Amsterdam: NorthHolland. Tsaganea, D. (2002), ‘Entropic properties of international systems’, Kybernetes, 31(7/8), 1073–97. 2. , 1995; Morgan, 1997; Burpitt and Rondinelli, 2000). , 2002). , 2004). , 1999). , 2004). , 1999). This contribution posits that there is sufficient evidence from the empirical research undertaken in Ireland to suggest that government agencies 38 Regions in competition and cooperation: Irish micro-enterprises 39 located in different jurisdictions should collaborate to support microenterprises and other small firms located in cross-border regions.