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Volume 12, Number 2
The Nature of Entrepreneurship in the Informal Sector: Evidence from England
Mirroring the representation of informal workers in a third world context as displaying entrepreneurial qualities, recent years have witnessed the emergence of a similar view of the informal sector in western nations as a hidden enterprise culture ...
Exploring Partnership Enterprise for the Rural Poor Through an Experimental Poultry Program in Bangladesh
Self-employment promotion for poverty reduction has been administered through microcredit programs in Bangladesh. While microcredit has opened up new opportunities for the poor to start enterprises, some of them have not benefited from microcredit ...
Doing Business in the Torres Straits: A Study of the Relationship Between Culture and the Nature of Indigenous Entrepreneurs
This qualitative study focuses on the relationship between culture and entrepreneurship in the Torres Strait Islands. Similar to other countries with a low per capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP) aggregate evidence suggests that entrepren ...
Factors Contributory to Success: A Study of Pakistan’s Small Business Owners
Small business and entrepreneurship have been at the heart of Pakistan’s economy for almost 60 years, yet little (if any) research has been conducted that identifies factors crucial for small business success in Pakistan. In the past, studies iden ...
Factors Affecting the Use of Public Support Services by SME Owners: Evidence from a Periphery Region of Canada
Public authorities throughout the world, recognizing both the importance and fragility of SMEs, have over the years created agencies and set up numerous venture development support and assistance measures. Despite all these efforts, SME owner-mana ...
An Empirical Analysis: Venture Capital Clusters and firm Migration
Regions and states utilize venture capital forums to raise the profiles of youthful, potentially high growth firms located within their boundaries. They aim to assist organizations raise capital, to widen professional networks and to stimulate reg ...


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