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Volume 16 Number 2
Entrepreneur's Personality, Education, and Venture Effectiveness: Perceptions of Palestinian Entrepreneurs
Two hundred and eighty five entrepreneurs, prospective entrepreneurs, and the lay public in the West Bank, Palestine were surveyed to determine their motivations for business ownership, the factors contributing to their success, and the challenges th ...
Informality, Vulnerability and Development
This paper makes an attempt to estimate the index of informal sector employment that can be attributed to the supply-push phenomenon.  Factors explaining the inter-state variations in this index include the industrial-informal sector wage gap, r ...
Thinking and Slacking or Doing and Feeling? Gender and the Interplay of Cognition and Affect in New Venture Planning
Studies of the relationship between gender and entrepreneurship have shown that men are significantly more likely to start a new business than women.  Because an individual's entrepreneurial intentions are shaped by the perceived feasibility and ...
Institutions and Entrepreneurial Intent: A Cross-Country Study
This study examines a number of proposed relationships between formal and informal institutional factors that impact the entrepreneurial intent (EI) of 477 university business students in Germany, Russia and the United States, as well as similarities ...
Rural Women and Entrepreneurship: A Case Study in Heraklion Crete Prefecture, Greece
This article investigates the entrepreneurial beliefs/ambitions, expectations, goals and visions of rural women who choose to cooperate and found Women's Rural cooperatives in the Prefecture of Heraklion on the island of Crete. The results of a quali ...
It's All About the Data: Challenges and Solutions in the Study of Nascent Entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurship research has been criticized for a lack of methodological rigor, although evidence suggests that from a  methodological perspective, it is improving (Davidsson, 2006).  In this paper we systematically review the methods use ...


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