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This paper aims to investigate how entrepreneurial families (EFs) influence the development of entrepreneurial ecosystems (EEs) by using the family social capital (FSC) approach.Design/methodology/approachFor this paper, the authors analyzed the Manizales EE as a case study. The authors used a variety of data collection procedures, including in-depth interviews with 26 entrepreneurs and mentors.FindingsThe authors established how EFs affect EE development, identifying how the FSC bridging mechanisms impact the EE’s social and cultural attributes, boosting entrepreneurial dynamics.Originality/valueThe results indicated the relevance of EFs’ embeddedness and the degree of the FSC institutionalization in promoting of entrepreneurship within the EEs.
Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies – Emerald Publishing
Published: Dec 1, 2022
Keywords: Entrepreneurial ecosystem; Family social capital; Bridging social capital; Entrepreneurial families
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