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Volume 21, Number 3
UNDERSTANDING ENTREPRENEURSHIP THROUGH THE EXPERIENCES OF OMANI ENTREPRENEURS: IMPLICATIONS FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION
The purpose of this study is to investigate the experiences of a number of successful Omani entrepreneurs in order to shed light on the type of entrepreneurship education that is needed in Oman. In this phenomenological study, in-depth interviews wer ...
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 ...
BUSINESS REGISTRATION AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: SOME LESSONS FROM INDIA
The aim of this paper is to evaluate the impacts on future firm performance of a firm deciding to register from the outset of its operations. Until now, the assumption has been that starting-up registered is linked to higher future firm performance. ...
GENDER MOTIVES OF MEXICAN ENTREPRENEURS IN TWO LARGE URBAN SETTINGS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY
The need for an income is cited by several studies as a primary motive for both formal and informal business start-up activities found in emerging countries. Conversely, entrepreneurs from developed countries enjoying more favorable economic conditio ...
RETHINKING THE PURPOSE OF MICRO ENTERPRISES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: EVIDENCE FOR MEXICO
A large body of economic literature has established that the primary purpose of any firm assuming unitary and constant elasticity of substitution of production inputs, among other necessary conditions, is profit maximization. However, the prevailing ...
STILL A MAN’S WORLD? SECOND GENERATION GENDER BIAS IN EXTERNAL EQUITY TERM SHEET NEGOTIATIONS
Women increasingly start and lead growth ventures yet receive a small proportion of external equity funding. Term sheet negotiation is a pivotal moment for obtaining growth capital. We employ a multi-method, mixed mode research design to explore st ...
American Indian Entrepreneurs’ Perceptions of their Success in Establishing Businesses on or near Reservations in Wisconsin
The purpose of this phenomenological study is to explore a sample of American Indian entrepreneurs’ perceptions of why and how they had become successful owners of businesses on or near reservations in Wisconsin. The results provide insight about ho ...


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