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Volume 18, Number 4
Boundaries of Network Ties in Entrepreneurship: How Large is too Large?
External environments can require entrepreneurs to adjust and maintain network ties to cope with environmental changes and turbulence. Although network ties can help entrepreneurs to gain resources and support, researchers are becoming aware of some ...
Researching Black Entrepreneurship: Exploring the Challenge of Response Bias
The reasons for the long term lagging rate of black entrepreneurship are not well understood. While there has been growing research on black entrepreneurship, race related research can be challenging and may be susceptible to bias resulting from soci ...
Contextualizing Youth Entrepreneurship: The Case of Botswana’s Young Farmers Fund
Entrepreneurship is well established as a development strategy to facilitate youth empowerment in Africa. Existing scholarship on youth entrepreneurship, while informative, remains limited given its focus on either normative institutional structures ...
Unorganised Sector in Non-Agricultural Activities: Employment Elasticity and Wage-Productivity Nexus
Since the employment growth in the formal or the organized sector has been sluggish, the hope for the increasing workforce lies only in the unorganized sector. This paper focuses on issues related to employment, productivity and wages in unorganized ...
BEYOND THE FORMAL ECONOMY: EVALUATING THE LEVEL OF EMPLOYMENT IN INFORMAL SECTOR ENTERPRISES IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
The aim of this paper is to evaluate the varying level of employment in informal sector enterprises across the globe and to undertake an exploratory analysis of the wider economic and social conditions associated with greater levels of informalisatio ...
Health Insurance Availability and Entrepreneurship
Unlike prior studies of the impact of health insurance on entrepreneurship, this paper uses primary data from a representative recent survey of entrepreneurs. First, we report the characteristics and socio-economic backgrounds of entrepreneurs. Secon ...
MICROENTERPRISE GROWTH AT THE BASE OF THE PYRAMID: A RESOURCE-BASED PERSPECTIVE
In a base-of-the-pyramid context, the ability to start ventures is often quite robust because micro-entrepreneurs are able to start with few resources and can often sustain ventures for extended lengths of time in the absence of meaningful revenues. ...


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