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Volume 20, Number 2
Social networks and growth of female-owned ventures: A sub-Saharan Africa perspective
We examined the influence of the dimensions of social networks on the growth aspirations of women entrepreneurs. Using multi stage stratified random sampling, 540 women were surveyed in the five geographic regions of Uganda. Drawing on social network ...
Bridging the Gender Gap in Entrepreneurship: An Empirical Analysis
There is no gender difference between success in establishing a business once both males and females have the same preference to self-employment and attempts towards establishing a new business. However, the gender gap tends to be huge when it comes ...
INTERNATIONALIZATION AS A 'WORK-AROUND' STRATEGY: HOW GOING ABROAD CAN HELP SMES OVERCOME LOCAL CONSTRANTS
The constraints and economic environment have significant and unequal effects on SMEs in different industries and in different locations. Constraints have been used, amongst other growth factors, to understand why some SMEs fail to grow. This study i ...
ENTREPRENEUR’S ACTUAL BEHAVIORAL CONTROLS, PSYCHIC DISTANCE STIMULI, AND EXPORT MODE CHOICE
This paper looks at the mediating effect of entrepreneurs’ actual behavioral controls on the relationship between psychic distance stimuli and export mode choice of SMEs. Based on a dataset of 126 Vietnamese exporters, we find that: (i) entrepreneurs ...
Social Networks, Cognition and Risk Recognition in New Ventures: Evidence from China
Although risk has always been at the center of entrepreneurship, research on risk recognition in new ventures is limited. Applying cognitive information-processing theory, we develop a theoretical framework that explores the interactive influences of ...
Exploring Innovative New Ventures in China and the United States
Data and general observations would indicate that Chinese new ventures are not as innovative as U.S. new ventures. This paper utilizes the Institution-Based View of Entrepreneurship to argue that the varying institutions within the subnational region ...


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