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Volume 18 Number 1
Rural Microfinance and Client Retention: Evidence from Malawi
Microfinance institutions (MFIs) have largely focused on urban markets, leaving the rural poor underserved. The high costs of serving rural markets has often been identified as the key impediment to serving these markets, resulting in saturation and ...
Evaluating the Gender Variations in Informal Sector Entrepreneurship: Some Lessons from Brazil
The aim of this paper is to evaluate critically the gender variations in informal sector entrepreneurship. Until now, a widely-held belief has been that entrepreneurs operating in the informal sector in developing nations are lowly paid, poorly educa ...
Working With or Against the System: Ethical Dilemmas for Entrepreneurship in Ghana
The aim of this paper is to address entrepreneurship and ethics from the perspective of the Ghanaian entrepreneur in Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in order to extend our understanding of issues influencing entrepreneurial behav ...
Migrant Entrepreneurs' Access to Business Finance in Australia
Migration status has been neglected both theoretically and empirically in much of the existing literature that explores whether particular social groups face undue difficulties accessing business finance. This paper tests whether Australia’s migrant ...
Entrepreunership and Micro-Finance in Extreme Poverty Circumstances-Challenges and Prospects: The Case of Zimbabwe
Using an on-going real case study of a micro-finance project modeled on financial inclusion in Zimbabwe, a country with high levels of poverty we provide real time insights on entrepreneurship and micro-finance in this environment focusing on the nat ...
A Resource-Based View of New Firm Survival: New Perspectives on the Role of Industry and Exit Route
This article explores factors affecting the survival and exit routes of new firms created in 2004 using data from the Kauffman Firm Survey. We draw upon the Resource-Based View to test several hypotheses regarding the impact of both tangible and inta ...


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