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This article proposes a staged model of how relevant interpersonal and interorganizational networks can affect the formation and survival of new entrepreneurial ventures. Focusing on two critical points in new entrepreneurial venture formation, the article posits that the formation process...
It is against the background of low engagement by SMEs in e-business that this article seeks to highlight the potential importance of aggregation and of the role of trusted third parties in facilitating higher levels of involvement. The article is based on an ongoing SME e-business research...
Drawing on the literature on knowledge and self-efficacy, we examine the effects of individuals’ possession of and exposure to knowledge on the likelihood to engage in business start-up activity. Our analyses are based on data collected for the 2002 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor. More...
Many farm households rely on income from multiple sources, a phenomenon known as pluriactivity. The present survey investigates whether this is a deliberate strategy rather than a situation forced upon the farm household by external conditions. This study explores the relationship between four...
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