In the 2002 issue, for example, the SMEA
reports that about 20% of small businesses with no more than 20 employees were either declined, or were required to reduce their borrowing requests filed at financial institutions, which is one of many symptoms of financial market frictions.
Although there is historical evidence that the probability of working as subcontractor is negatively related to firm size in many Japanese industries in the 1970s and 1980s (Kimura 2002), the data collected for the Survey of the structure of subcontract work in Japan, published by SMEA
since 1996, shows that in the 1990s a radical restructuring of the subcontracting relationships occurred.
Wegner, "Eine Anrufung an den Gott TegKup von 1-Julab," SMEA
24 (1984): 187-213; D.
Tebe micenea: Recenti scoperte epigrafiche ed archeologiche (1993-1995)," SMEA
Some Thoughts on the Zalpa Text," SMEA
49 (2007): 313 n.
The Village Community of Ancient Greece: Neolithic, Bronze, and Dark Ages," SMEA
Contra Wegner, the Old Hurrian combination =id=o (where =o is the transitive valence marker), is used when the agent is third plural and when the patient is either singular or plural (see Campbell, SMEA
Miceneo a-pi tonijo e la serie Ta di Pilo," SMEA
Costumi funerari mediominoici a Cnosso: La necropoli di Mavro Spileo," SMEA