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Are regulatory interventions seen as an obstacle or an enabler to SME performance and growth in transition economies: a study of gendered perceptions?
Objectives The aim of this paper is to empirically test the influence of the perceived regulatory burden in the context of postcommunist economies on SME performance and growth from a gender perspective. Prior Work The ...
Barriers to innovation through public procurement: A supplier perspective
Public procurement is increasingly viewed as having important potential to drive innovation. Despite this interest, numerous barriers prevent the public sector from acting as an intelligent and informed customer. This paper ...
Corporate governance: board leadership
Organizing collaborative works among female academic authorship in the creative industries: academic creativity embraces diversity
This article explores female authorship and editorship on books published in the field of creative industries among scholarly and commercial publishers. There is a growing debate in the academia of the underrepresentation ...
Spaces of possibilities: workers’ self-management in Greece
Bribery and corruption: modus operandi or unethical practice?
(28th International Business Research Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 2014-09-09)
Employment decisions amongst seasonal worker in the Japanese Ski industry
(International Business Research Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 2014-09-08)
A Quantitative Analysis of Social Capital in Mexico
(Well-being and Social Policy Journal, 2014)
Social capital has been related to efiiciency in markets (Arrow, 1972), contract reinforcement (Durlauf and Fafchamps, 2004) and in general to development and welfare (Keefer and Knack 1997; Putnam 2000; Knack and Zak ...
Research in social entrepreneurship: from historical roots to future routes
(Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014-01-01)
The social entrepreneurship literature has emerged as a coherent body of knowledge in recent years and is growing at a tremendous pace. As noted by many authors, despite being a nascent field, research in social ...
When Reflections are Beneficial to Entrepreneurial Learning?
Objectives: the purpose of the article is to stress the importance of reflections through transformative learning in the entrepreneurship education.Organisations work in highly dynamic and competitive environments (House ...