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Comparative case studies on entrepreneurship in developed and developing countries

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Bibliographic Details
Authors and Corporations: Ofori-Dankwa, Joseph (Editor)
Other Authors: Ofori-Dankwa, Joseph 1956- [Editor]
Type of Resource: E-Book
Language: English
Hershey, Pa. Busineess Science Reference [2015]
© 2015
Series: Advances in business strategy and competitive advantage (ABSCA) book series
Source: Verbunddaten SWB
ISBN: 9781466675346
Table of Contents:
  • Factors stimulating entrepreneurship: a comparison of developed (U.S. and Europe) and developing (West African) Countries \ George M. Puia, Joseph A. Affholter, Mark D. PottsGender, entrepreneurship, and informal markets in Africa: understanding how Ghanaian women traders self-organize with digital tools / Janet D. Kwami
  • Entrepreneurship factor in institutional development: a case study of Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) \ Eva Esther Shalin Ebenezer, Timothy W. Y. A. Adei
  • Portrait of the Hispanic entrepreneur in the United States \ Deborah Ramirez Bishop, Christopher J. Surfield
  • The relationship between the Arab Spring revolutions and entrepreneurial inhibitors, enablers, and activity in North Africa \ Henry Shin
  • Chinese investments in Africa: implications for entrepreneurship \ Eva Esther Shalin Ebenezer, Wei Shi, Wayne E. Mackie
  • The nexus between governance infrastructure and the ease of doing business in Africa \ Aye Mengistu Alemu
  • Learning from those who do: a case study of Duperon Corporation \ Kylie Jaber
  • Kama Group Limited \ Lydia Andoh-Quainoo
  • Improving lives through mobility: a case study of Amigo Mobility International \ Kaustav Misra
  • Holy Trinity Medical Centre \ Seth Appiah-Kubi
  • Alloy Construction Service Inc. \ Yu Liu
  • Global Lighting Centre Ltd. \ Lydia Andoh-Quainoo
  • Case study: Glastender, Inc. \ Shiva Nadavulakere
  • Anointed Electrical Engineering Services Limited \ Seth Appiah-Kubi
  • Mentalpreneurial differences and similarities: Ghanaian and United States entrepreneurs who start family businesses \ Joseph Ofori-Dankwa, Kwame Boasiako Omane-Antwi.