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Volume 19, Number 3
What about the entrepreneur? How business models drive and hinder the development of self-sustaining local energy access ventures in Rwanda
The energy access landscape has recently undergone a radical transformation. International donors and national governments increasingly seek to implement market-based programs, while there is heightened interest in Base of the Pyramid energy opportun ...
Cuba’s Emerging Self-Employed Entrepreneurs: Recent Developments and Prospects for the Future
This paper examines the evolution of Cuba’s self-employed entrepreneurs since the sector has been officially-recognized alternative to State sector employment in 2010. Despite the expansion of authorized self-employment activities, and the implementa ...
Do Micro Enterprises choose Micro Finance Institutions for meeting their financial needs? Evidence from Mumbai Slums.
The present paper empirically investigates types of Microenterprises (MEs) resorting to microfinance institutions(MFIs) for their financial needs in the slums of Mumbai, India. The study is based on a primary survey of MEs, located in two different t ...
Do Women Fare Better in Women-Owned Businesses? An Exploratory Study
Numerous studies have chronicled the problems women experience in seeking to be hired and subsequently break through the glass ceiling in corporate America. These studies have been approached from the traditional perspective of male-dominated organi ...
Adoption of Technological Innovation in a Developing Country: An Empirical Analysis of Enterprises in Lao People's Democratic Republic
This study investigates the adoption of technological innovation in a least-developed economy: Lao People’s Democratic Republic. World Bank Survey data encompassing nearly 380 enterprises from 2009 and 2012 was used to analyze the effects of collabo ...
REVIEWING EXISTING POLICIES FOR UNLEASHING AND FOSTERING ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN SELECTED AFRICAN COUNTRIES.
Policies are vital for unleashing and fostering of entrepreneurship in every society. This paper reviewed the national policies for the promotion and support of productive entrepreneurial activities aimed at enhancing the achievement of entrepreneuri ...
THE INFLUENCE OF FAMILY MORAL SUPPORT AND PERSONAL PROBLEMS ON FIRM PERFORMANCE: THE CASE OF KOREAN WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS
Less than one-fifth of all entrepreneurs are women in Korea (Xavier et al., 2012). We investigate the determinants of Korean women entrepreneurs’ firm performance. Specifically, we examine the impact of personal problems and family support and their ...


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