Assessing the Paycheck Protection Program: What Counts as a Small Business?

Assessing the Paycheck Protection Program: What Counts as a Small Business?

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Abstract

This case covers the U.S. Congress’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which was meant to provide funding for small businesses struggling under lockdown. Through a per-location loophole, however, major funds were allocated to large corporate chains, leaving small businesses without a safety net and the public wondering whom the PPP was intended to help.

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