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Marketing Management Capability: the Construct, and its Dimensions: An Examination of Managers and Entrepreneurs’ Perception in the Retail Setting
(Emerald Publishing, 2018-12)
This paper explores the relationship between corporate cultural/intangible assets and marketing capabilities by examining managers’ and entrepreneurs’ perceptions in a retail setting. Nineteen face-to-face interviews were ...
The influence of informal institutions on informal sector entrepreneurship: A study of Nigeria’s hand-woven textile industry
(Taylor and Francis, 2016-07-13)
This paper draws on the institutional theory framework to explore the prevalence of entrepreneurship in the informal economy in Nigeria. An interpretive approach was taken in analyzing open-ended interview data collected ...
Developing entrepreneurial leadership for sustainable organisations
(Edward Elgar, 2018-01)
This chapter sets out to explore the field of leadership development and its emerging contribution to sustainable entrepreneurship; why there is a need to develop research and effective practices in this area, and how this ...
Diaspora Entrepreneurs’ Push and Pull Institutional Factors for Investing in Africa: Insights from African Returnees from the United Kingdom
Applying the institution-based views, this article conceptualises how diaspora entrepreneurs take stimuli from the push and pull institutional factors to develop business enterprises in their countries of origin. Using ...
Manifestations of Social Class and Agency in Cultural Capital Development Processes: An Empirical Study of Turkish Migrant Women Entrepreneurs in Sweden
Purpose While migrant women entrepreneurs (MWE) have been studied extensively through the lenses of gender and ethnicity, social class, as an axis of difference, received scant attention in entrepreneurship and migrant ...