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Volume 22, Number 1
Gender Differences and Entrepreneurial Munificence: The Pursuit of Innovative New Ventures
Much of the literature on gender differences in entrepreneurship focuses on entrepreneurial propensity and access to resources. This study takes a step further to explore gender differences in the type of new ventures pursued. Specifically, we invest ...
AN ASSESSMENT OF NEW FARMERS' PERCEPTIONS ABOUT AGRICULTURAL COOPERATIVES
Common Agricultural Policy pays particular attention to the decline of young farmers in the European Union. For this reason, there have been established plenty of different policy measures and motives for new entrants in Agriculture. The main objecti ...
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 ...
Comparison of female and male youth characteristics Prior to Entrepreneurial Development Training: Evidence from a Developing Country
All pre-entrepreneurial development training collect data on the participating individuals as baseline data. In this desktop analysis, data compared gender characteristics. Purpose was to identify customised gender training programmes and policies; a ...
HOW DID BANGALORE EMERGE AS A GLOBAL HUB OF TECH START-UPs IN INDIA? ENTREPRENEURIAL ECOSYSTEM - EVOLUTION, STRUCTURE AND ROLE
Of late, technology entrepreneurship and ecosystem for technology based start-ups are attracting the attention of policy makers and empirical researchers alike, across the world. In India, Bangalore has been getting increased global recognition as a ...
The performance of subsistence entrepreneurs in Tanzania’s informal economy
Recent scholars have found difficulties with the applicability of Western entrepreneurship typologies in non-Western contexts. Hence, this paper “takes a step back” by revealing what does apply as opposed to what does not apply. This paper investigat ...
ADAPTATION OF THE ATTITUDE TOWARD ENTERPRISE TEST IN THE ITALIAN HIGH SCHOOL AND UNIVERSITY CONTEXTS
The development of sound evidence-based entrepreneurial potential assessment tools is particularly recommended in order to foster entrepreneurship, and also to evaluate specific entrepreneurial training initiatives at school and University. The prese ...


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Volume 22, Number 3
September 2017
Volume 21, Number 3
September 2016
Volume 21, Number 4
December 2016
Volume 20, Number 4
December 2015
Volumne 20, Number 3
September 2015
Volume 19, Number 3
September 2014
Volume 19, Number 4
December 2014
Volume 18, Number 3
September 2013
Volume 18, Number 4
December 2013
Volume 17 Number 3
September 2012
Volume 17, Number 4
December 2012
Volume 16 Number 3
September 2011
Volume 16 Number 4
December 2011
Volume 15 Number 3
September 2010
Volume 15 Number 4
December 2010
Volume 14 Number 3
September 2009
Volume 14 Number 4
December 2009
Volume 14 Numbr 3
September 2009
Volume 13, Number 3
September 2008
Volume 13, Number 4
December 2008
Volume 12, Number 3
September 2007
Volume 12, Number 4
December 2007
Volume 11, Number 3
September 2006
Volume 10, Number 3
December 2005
Volume 9, Number 3
December 2004
Volume 8, Number 3
December 2003
Volume 7, Number 4
December 2002
Volume 5, Number 3
December 2000
Volume 3, Number 2
September 1998
Volume 2, Number 2
September 1997
Volume 1, Number 2
September 1996