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Volume 19, Number 1
ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITY AS AN EXTERNALITY OF INWARD FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN EMERGING ECONOMIES: PANEL DATA FROM ARGENTINA, BRAZIL, COLOMBIA & SOUTH AFRICA
Many emerging economies seek multiple and diversified means of economic development, including openness to inward foreign direct investment. However, some scholars and protectionists claim this hosting of economic activity on the part of multinationa ...
ENTREPRENEURIAL SELF-EFFICACY, INTENT, AND INTENSITY: DOES EXPERIENTIAL TRAINING ENHANCE OR INHIBIT PREDISPOSITIONS?
Whereas prior research has investigated the relationship between the belief in one’s abilities (entrepreneurial self-efficacy) and the intent to form a new business as a discrete event, little research has investigated relationship between entreprene ...
Resources and Failure of SMEs: Another Look.
Failure among SMEs has been attributed to being small, young, located in rural areas, come from particular industries and not part of a network. These determinants if used as surrogates for resources, suggest that firms that lack resources are more s ...
Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth in West Bank Palestine
This paper examines the nature of the relationship between entrepreneurship and economic growth in the West Bank of the Palestinian territories that occurred post Oslo Agreement. The paper has two main objectives: first, to examine the empirical evid ...
DEVELOPING A TAXONOMY FOR IDENTIFYING ENTREPRENEURIAL RISK: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON ENTREPRENEURIAL RISK PATTERNS OF BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
The purpose of this study is to examine entrepreneurial risk and market behavior patterns of small business Enterprises (SME). A sample (N = 201) of SMEs across 11 industries. The industries were classified into four categories: (a) consumer competit ...
Gender Differentials in Antecedents of Habitual Entrepreneurship: Impetus Factors and Human Capital
The study investigates gender differences in the effects of entrepreneurial impetus and human capital on habitual entrepreneurship, defined as starting multiple new ventures in a serial or portfolio manner. Using PSED II data on nascent entrepreneurs ...
THE BITTER TRUTH: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF BLACK MALE AND BLACK FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS
The paper examines variables stated to be central to entrepreneurial success and reports differences between black male and black female entrepreneurs. Variables studied include task-specific efficacy, firm performance, and opportunity recognition. ...


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