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Volume 20, Number 4
Entrepreneurial orientation, market orientation and networking: Impact on innovation and firm performance
The study examines the relationships among entrepreneurial orientation, market orientation and networking on firm performance with radical and incremental innovation as the mediator. The present study draws on the resource-based view theory to provi ...
Entrepreneurial Networks and Growth in Women-Owned Businesses: Evidence from Small and Medium scale Enterprises in Eritrea
The study examines the role of entrepreneurial network strength (strong vs. weak ties) on growth of women-owned businesses. Primary data were collected from 356 Small and Medium scale Enterprises (SMEs) located in the four of the six administrative ...
A start-up generation approach for teaching entrepreneurship: An overview of affective learning results
This study reports a preliminary analysis of the training objectives achieved by students with a heterogeneous educational background, who attended a university entrepreneurial course. The course emphasized an experiential approach of a start-up crea ...
MARKETING CAPABILITY, COMPETITIVE STRATEGIES AND PERFORMANCE OF MICRO AND SMALL FAMILY BUSINESSES IN GHANA
The study examines the mediating role of competitive strategies (cost leadership and differentiation) in the marketing capability-performance relationship using data from 264 micro and small family firms in Ghana. The bootstrap method for exploring m ...
BLESSING IN DISGUISE? COPING STRATEGIES AND ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTIONS FOLLOWING INVOLUNTARY JOB LOSS
A growing body of research in entrepreneurship has explored the personality and social determinants of entrepreneurial intentions (EI). Most empirical work in this area has emphasized the “pull” approach to EI which focuses on the pursuit of entrepre ...
THE EVOLUTION OF STUDIES ON BUSINESS LOCATION FACTORS
Entrepreneurship has been widely considered as the power that drives development and well-being in the regions it affects. As a result, local, regional and national institutions as well as researches in different disciplines have focused on finding a ...
How Prolonged Droughts and Farm Subsidies Influence Entrepreneurial Ventures by Farmers
A conceptual model of entrepreneurial uptake by water scarce farmers explores how farmers accumulate social and human capitals while managing multiple risks in current and future livelihood choices. Social networking and human capital accumulation di ...


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