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Volume 18, Number 3
Entrepreneurs in the Dark. The Impact of Fragile and Hybrid Governance on Lebanese Entrepreneurship – A Case-Study of the Electricity Sector
Governance is often treated as a ‘black box’ explanation for entrepreneurial development. In order to improve our understanding of how governance influences entrepreneurship it is instructive to consider how entrepreneurs function under so-called fra ...
BRICOLAGE AS A MEANS OF INNOVATING IN A RESOURCE-SCARCE ENVIRONMENT: A STUDY OF INNOVATOR-ENTREPRENEURS AT THE BOP
The aim of this study is to gain insight on how bricolage is used to as a method of innovating in a resource scarce context. Previous studies of entrepreneurship have emphasized the significance of bricolage especially as way to mobilize resources. A ...
Minority Business Networks as a Source of Social Capital for Minority-Owned Firms
Much of our understanding of minority-owned firms is based on nascent entrepreneurial businesses. Therefore, it is difficult to answer the question of how a minority-owned firm’s age and size may influence the social capital derived from a minority b ...
UNDERLYING LOGICS THAT TRANSFORM SURVIVAL OR SUBSISTENT ENTREPRENEURSHIP CLUSTERS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Poor entrepreneurs in developing countries are trapped at subsistence level. This study attempts to understand how survival entrepreneurial clusters can evolve into innovative industrial networks. By conceptualizing survival entrepreneurship cluster ...
THE DIASPORA AS A CHANGE AGENT IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP-RELATED INSTITUTIONS IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
Diaspora networks’ role in supporting and stimulating entrepreneurial activities in Sub-Saharan African (SSA) economies need hardly be elaborated. Some SSA countries, for instance, have established government agencies to encourage diasporas to help l ...
Gender, performance, and financial strategy: A dynamic capabilities perspective
This article explores the impact of financial strategy, by gender, on firm performance using data from the Panel Study of Entrepreneurial Dynamics. Our findings revealed that financial strategies do have an impact on firm performance, and that women ...
A SHORT NOTE ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP AS AN ALTERNATIVE LOGIC TO ADDRESS FOOD SECURITY IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD
The purpose of this paper is to explore an ongoing application of the entrepreneurial method applied to the problem of food security in the developing world as an alternative logic. Food production and marketing channels in the developing world are o ...


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