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Volume 17 Number 3
PERFORMANCE OF NEWLY-FORMED MICRO FIRMS: THE ROLE OF CAPITAL FINANCING IN MINORITY-OWNED ENTERPRISES
We sought to ascertain whether newly-formed micro firms owned by minority1 entrepreneurs would be as likely to be profitable or not when compared to non-minority2 business owners. Additionally, we placed special emphasis on the impact of equity and d ...
BEYOND THE COMMERCIAL VERSUS SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP DICHOTOMY: A CASE STUDY OF INFORMAL ENTREPRENEURS
Despite a widespread recognition in the mainstream entrepreneurship literature that many legitimate entrepreneurs do not pursue purely profit-driven commercial goals, the small but burgeoning literature on entrepreneurship in the informal economy has ...
INDIGENOUS ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN NORTHERN NSW, AUSTRALIA
A number of solutions have been suggested for overcoming the considerable and entrenched economic and social disadvantage indigenous Australians face, including the encouragement to gain employment in the mainstream economy and to become entrepreneur ...
INDIGENOUS ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN NORTHERN NSW, AUSTRALIA
A number of solutions have been suggested for overcoming the considerable and entrenched economic and social disadvantage indigenous Australians face, including the encouragement to gain employment in the mainstream economy and to become entrepreneur ...
EXPANDING THE NOTION OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP CAPITAL IN AMERICAN COUNTIES: A PANEL DATA ANALYSIS 2002-07
Entrepreneurship capital refers to the factors of a region that drives new businesses (Audretsch and Keilbach, 2004). This study considers industry growth and performance in manufacturing, retail and service as components of entrepreneurship capital ...
Institutional Environment for Entrepreneurship: Evidence from the Developmental States of South Korea and United Arab Emirates
The purpose of this research is to examine country institutional profile for encouraging entrepreneurial activity in two developmental states: South Korea and United Arab Emirates. Data was collected from business students in the two countries to exa ...
TARGETING THE POOR VERSUS FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY AND EXTERNAL FUNDING: EVIDENCE OF MICTOFINANCE INSTITUTIONS IN GHANA
This study tests the hypotheses that: (i) formal microfinance institutions (MFIs) using their own mobilized financial resources (based on owners’ equity, commercial lending or deposits) for on-lending reach non-poor clients and (ii) concentrating on ...


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