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Volume 21, Number 4
EXAMINING ADAPTATION STRATEGIES OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICAN IMMIGRANT ENTREPRENEURS IN CHINA: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY IN GUANGDONG
This paper examines how sub-Saharan Africans do business in China particularly in the province of Guangdong. Through a qualitative approach, the paper analyses data obtained from twenty interviews with sub-Saharan Africans. It’s a descriptive study t ...
AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF THE SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP ECOSYSTEM: THE CASE OF MOROCCO
Nowadays, Social Entrepreneurship is considered as a growth driver for emerging countries. This phenomenon that combines economic utility and social efficiency has recently attracted considerable interest in the academic world as well as among public ...
HOW GROUP LENDING AFFECTS INNOVATION: EVIDENCE FROM ETHIOPIA
Microlending has become one of the primary interventions intended to alleviate poverty in the developing world. However, empirical results of the benefits of microlending have been disappointing. This article proposes the common microlending practice ...
FACTORS AFFECTING BUSINESS INFORMALITY AMONG EGYPTIAN OPPORTUNITY ENTREPRENEURS: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY?
There are many underlying reasons justifying the importance of researching the informal economy from the academic and the practical perspectives. Evidence suggests that commercial activities generated by the informal economy could constitute an avera ...
Entrepreneurial and business skills in relation to loan repayment rates of Microfinance clients in Ghana.ENVIRONMENT – AN ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF BUSINESS DECISIONS IN GHANA
Entrepreneurial and business skills are generally considered key to microbusiness success, and, therefore, to Microfinance Institution (MFI) clients’ loan repayment. However, empirical evidence is largely lacking, and where present, it is inconclusiv ...
THE IMPACTS OF CORRUPTION ON FIRM PERFORMANCE: SOME LESSONS FROM 40 AFRICAN COUNTRIESBUSINESS ENVIRONMENT – AN ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF BUSINESS DECISIONS IN GHANA
The current evidence-base regarding the impacts of corruption on firm performance is based largely on studies of individual countries and contains mixed results. The aim of this paper, therefore, is to achieve a better insight into this relationship ...
ANTECEDENTS TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF HYBRID STRATEGY IN A DYNAMIC BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT – AN ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF BUSINESS DECISIONS IN GHANA
This study examines conditions that necessitate the adoption of a hybrid strategy in a dynamic market. The analysis is operationalized on a multisectorial sample of 610 firms in Ghana. The binomial logit regression model was estimated to examine the ...


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