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Routledge Handbook of Entrepreneurship in Developing Economies

Edited by: Colin C. Williams , Anjula Gurtoo

Print publication date:  July  2016
Online publication date:  July  2016

Print ISBN: 9781138849143
eBook ISBN: 9781315725826
Adobe ISBN: 9781317535157

10.4324/9781315725826
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The Routledge Handbook of Entrepreneurship in Developing Economies is a landmark volume that offers a uniquely comprehensive overview of entrepreneurship in developing countries. Addressing the multi-faceted nature of entrepreneurship, chapters explore a vast range of subject areas including education, economic policy, gender and the prevalence and nature of informal sector entrepreneurship.

In order to understand the process of new venture creation in developing economies, what it means to be engaged in entrepreneurship in a developing world context must be addressed. This handbook does so by exploring the difficulties, risks and rewards associated with being an entrepreneur, and evaluates the impacts of the environment, relationships, performance and policy dynamics on small and entrepreneurial firms in developing economies.

The handbook brings together a unique collection of over forty international researchers who are all actively engaged in studying entrepreneurship in a developing world context. The chapters offer concise but detailed perspectives and explanations on key aspects of the subject across a diverse array of developing economies, spanning Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe. In doing so, the chapters highlight the heterogeneity of entrepreneurship in developed economies, and contribute to the on-going policy discourses for managing and promoting entrepreneurial growth in the developing world.

The book will be of great interest to scholars, students and policymakers in the areas of development economics, business and management, public policy and development studies.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Introduction and overview Download PDF
Chapter  2:  The institutional environment of entrepreneurship in developing countries Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Entrepreneurship, development and economic policy in Haiti  Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Entrepreneurship and sme development policy in a least developed country Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Mapping entrepreneurial activities and entrepreneurial attitudes in Turkey Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Regulative environment and entrepreneurial activity Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Nascent enterprises and growth aspirations in a post-conflict environment Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Planning as a means to innovation in entrepreneurial firms in India Download PDF
Chapter  9:  The failure of government policies to drive entrepreneurial performance in Croatia Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Economic aspects of entrepreneurship Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Developing an entrepreneurship climate in Indonesia Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Motivations of entrepreneurs in developing countries Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Opportunity and necessity entrepreneurs in rural Vietnam Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Being an entrepreneur of the vicenarian and tricenarian generation Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Factors enterprises perceive to influence their success Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Social entrepreneurship and the nonprofit sector in developing countries Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Types of small-scale entrepreneurship Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Social entrepreneurship, international development, and the environment Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Social entrepreneurship and fashion innovation in Brazil Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Gender and entrepreneurship in developing countries Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Barriers to women’s entrepreneurship Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Social entrepreneurship, social change, and gender roles in Azerbaijan Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Women entrepreneurs in the informal economy Download PDF
Chapter  24:  The dynamics of women’s entrepreneurship in Iran Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Informal entrepreneurship in developing countries Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Entrepreneurship at the base of the Pyramid Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Determinants of participation in the informal sector in Sri Lanka Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Understanding informal entrepreneurship in sub-saharan Africa and its implications for economic development Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Levels of informality and characteristics of micro-entrepreneurs in Pakistan Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Characteristics and structures of informal entrepreneurship in Botswana Download PDF
Chapter  31:  The influence of credit and formalization on the growth of SMEs in Tanzania Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Entrepreneurship education in developing countries Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Capacity building for entrepreneurship education and research in the conflict zone of Peshawar Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Entrepreneurship education in Cameroon matters Download PDF
Chapter  35:  An evaluation of the impact of entrepreneurship education on the entrepreneurship intentions in the Albanian late transition context Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Organizational learning in Indian family firms Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Policy efforts to foster innovative SMEs in South Korea Download PDF
Chapter  38:  Entrepreneurial heterogeneity and the design of entrepreneurship policies for economic growth and inclusive development Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Harnessing entrepreneurship in developing countries Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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