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This article examines how teachers who have achieved their educational goals in rural contexts of socio-economic and educational deprivation have redefined their roles using socio-educationally entrepreneurial practices, and consequently, have created an identity of ‘competence’ for...
The article uses a case study of marketing entrepreneurialism to focus on issues concerning the role and reality of the entrepreneur in society in order to seek in-sights into the way market entrepreneurialism as a contemporary experience might be conceptualised through various epistemological...
Efforts to develop private equity finance in some countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) are yielding job creation rates up to five times the average rate of labour market growth in the region. This article argues that we should learn and generalise from this experience and from...
The purpose of this research was to study what a group of university students in India intended to do upon completion of their college education: start their own business (become entrepreneurs) or work for someone else? A 62-item question-naire was administered to the first year students of the...
A comparative examination of two communities of India, namely, the Patidars of Gujarat and the Jats of Punjab, who constitute a majority in the Indian diaspora, reveals that both these communities share certain features such as landownership, middle caste status and a dominant caste position...
While the network theory and the resource-based view of the firm has emerged as a dominant paradigm of management research, entrepreneurship researchers continue to show limited interest in studying resource strategies and the role of network in building dynamic capabilities in entrepreneurial...
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