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Volume 20, Number 1
DIASPORA NETWORKS, NON-ECONOMIC REMITTANCES AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT: EVIDENCE FROM SOME ECONOMIES IN LATIN AMERICA
Diaspora networks’ non-economic remittances in the forms of social, political, cultural and technical contributions to their homeland play important roles in entrepreneurship and economic development. In this paper, we examine the effects of such rem ...
TACKLING ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE INFORMAL SECTOR: AN OVERVIEW OF THE POLICY OPTIONS, APPROACHES AND MEA
The aim of this paper is to review the various policy options, approaches and measures that can be used to address informal entrepreneurship. To do this, it firstly reviews four possible policy options, namely taking no action, eradicating informal e ...
Legitimacy, Attitudes, and Intended Patronage: Understanding Challenges facing Black Entrepreneurs
Traditional research on the reasons for the depressed rate of black entrepreneurship has focused on differences between black and white entrepreneurs. In this paper, we move beyond the individual entrepreneur and study consumers’ perceptual differenc ...
Recognizing the contribution of Women Entrepreneurs in economic development in Sub Saharan Africa: some evidence from Ghana
In recent decades Women entrepreneurs have been seen to contribute the economic development of nations especially in developing countries. Until now the contribution of women entrepreneurs to economic development in Sub-Saharan Africa has been relega ...
Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy and Firm Performance in Challenging Environments: Evidence from the Franchise Context
The purpose of the current study is to investigate the impact of the five ESE dimensions on firm performance. More specifically, we examine whether any of the five ESE dimensions are important to firm performance when the external environment is eith ...
Women's Agricultural Co-Operatives in Greece: A Comprehensive Review and SWOT Analysis
Nowadays, very few women’s co-operatives exist in Europe, the vast majority of which are involved in non-agricultural sectors. In Greece, numerous women’s agricultural co-operatives have been established in rural areas for the past thirty years and s ...


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