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Volume 21, Number 2
Culinary Tourism in Greece: Can the past define the future?
This paper examines the possibility that gastronomy, based on ancient Greek values, could be part of the answer for economic prosperity through the development of food tourism in a country with harsh economic environment such as Greece. We examine if ...
Entrepreneurship and the Informal Economy: An Empirical Analysis
This paper presents an empirical study investigating the effect of entrepreneurship on the incidence of informal employment based on a cross-country comparison of 23 developing countries from 2001 to 2010. It builds upon economic models exploring the ...
Entrepreneurship and the Informal Economy: An Empirical Analysis
This paper presents an empirical study investigating the effect of entrepreneurship on the incidence of informal employment based on a cross-country comparison of 23 developing countries from 2001 to 2010. It builds upon economic models exploring the ...
Can the Poor be Trained to be Entrepreneurs? The Case of the Academy for Creating Enterprise in Mexico
Can training improve the entrepreneurial outcomes of those in poverty? Typical training modalities to teach entrepreneurship to the poor are generally one of three: 1) financial literacy training, 2) values training, and 3) rules of thumb training. ...
Empirical Evidence on the Influence of the Institutional Environment on Venture Innovation Performance in South Africa
Researchers argue that there is a strong case to be made that entrepreneurship is itself a consequence of the adoption and development of institutions that encourage entrepreneurial behavior. Previous research on institutions classified the formal an ...
When's the Next Bus? Influence of Mobility and Infrastructure on Entrepreneurship in Rural India
We propose that at a fundamental level, social isolation in its many forms (geographical, cultural, and information-based) is a key barrier to entrepreneurial opportunity and success, not only by preventing access to material resources and markets, b ...


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