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Entrepreneurship Business And Economics Vol 1

Author : Mehmet Huseyin Bilgin
ISBN : 9783319275703
Genre : Business & Economics
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This volume of Eurasian Studies in Business and Economics focuses on latest results from entrepreneurship and SME research, Human Resources, along with a focus on the Tourism industry. The first part deals with topics ranging from entrepreneurial intentions, social entrepreneurship and technological entrepreneurship to EU policies such as the 7th Framework program. Bridging the themes, the second part on Human Resources and General Management deals with human capital issues, labor force education, employer branding and aligning HR practices to knowledge management outcomes. The third part in particular concentrates on the tourism industry in exploring innovative marketing strategies, WEB 2.0 Challenges, tourism product innovation, and success in international markets.

Entrepreneurship And Business Culture

Author : Mark Casson
ISBN : UOM:39015034889462
Genre : Business & Economics
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Trust is increasingly recognized as a crucial aspect of successful economic relationships, albeit a diffcult one to define, and Mark Casson has been at the forefront of recent research in this area. In this sequel to his classic work The Entrepreneur, Professor Casson examines how the entrepreneurial firm succeeds by synthesizing information from different sources. The quality of this information is just as important as the quantity and the cheapest way to ensure quality is through a moral obligation to tell the truth. The author argues that a nation needs to invest in social institutions, such as schools, families and organized religion, in order to instill a sense of moral obligation and so sustain entrepreneurial success. Themes raised in this important volume include cultural perspectives on economic issues, entrepreneurship in a cultural context and the political economy of national culture. Entrepreneurship and Business Culture presents a state-of-the-art analysis of entrepreneurship and the social structures in which it is embedded. Together with its companion volume, The Organization of International Business, this topical and wide-ranging book offers a definitive analysis of the importance of trust in economic life as well as the related concepts of networking, consultation and empowerment.

The History Of Black Business In America

Author : Juliet E. K. Walker
ISBN : 9780807832417
Genre : Business & Economics
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In this wide-ranging study Stephen Foster explores Puritanism in England and America from its roots in the Elizabethan era to the end of the seventeenth century. Focusing on Puritanism as a cultural and political phenomenon as well as a religious movement, Foster addresses parallel developments on both sides of the Atlantic and firmly embeds New England Puritanism within its English context. He provides not only an elaborate critque of current interpretations of Puritan ideology but also an original and insightful portrayal of its dynamism. According to Foster, Puritanism represented a loose and incomplete alliance of progressive Protestants, lay and clerical, aristocratic and humble, who never decided whether they were the vanguard or the remnant. Indeed, in Foster's analysis, changes in New England Puritanism after the first decades of settlement did not indicate secularization and decline but instead were part of a pattern of change, conflict, and accomodation that had begun in England. He views the Puritans' own claims of declension as partisan propositions in an internal controversy as old as the Puritan movement itself. The result of these stresses and adaptations, he argues, was continued vitality in American Puritanism during the second half of the seventeenth century. Foster draws insights from a broad range of souces in England and America, including sermons, diaries, spiritual autobiographies, and colony, town, and court records. Moreover, his presentation of the history of the English and American Puritan movements in tandem brings out the fatal flaws of the former as well as the modest but essential strengths of the latter.

Innovation Finance And The Economy

Author : Mehmet Huseyin Bilgin
ISBN : 9783319158808
Genre : Business & Economics
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The first volume of the Eurasian Studies in Business and Economics, the official proceedings series of the Eurasia Business and Economics Society (EBES), includes selected papers from the 13th EBES Conference held in Istanbul in 2014. This volume covers theoretical and empirical contributions in the areas of innovation, entrepreneurship, HR, banking and finance. An eclectic set of methodologies and contributions from experts across the World makes this volume a valued work of reference. This volume also provides a timely opportunity to colleagues, professionals and students to catch up with the most recent studies in different fields and empirical findings on many countries and regions.

African Journal Of Business And Economic Research Vol 1 No 1

Author : John Kuada
ISBN : 190506828X
Genre : Business & Economics
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African Journal of Economic and Business Research (AJEBR) is a blind refereed, high quality international journal that provides a forum for the publication of articles from academics, business practitioners, and policy makers. The journal aims to advance both theoretical and empirical research, inform policies and practices, and improve understanding of how economic and business decisions shape the lives of Africans. The journal accepts papers that may have a continental, regional or country focus. It is also envisaged that occasional special issues of AJEBR will be devoted to thematic topics or to sub-regions or countries. The journal is published three times a year, with one of these being a monograph. In addition, subscribers get a free book, which published every other year by the editors of the journal. Subscribers for the year 2006 will get a free copy of the book: Internationalisation and Enterprise Development in Ghana edited by the journal's editor, John Kuada, who is an Associate Professor, Department of Business Studies, Aalborg University, Denmark. For details of the book, see: http: //www.adonisandabbey.com/book_detail.php?bookid=56¤cy=

African Businesses And Economic Growth

Author : Imani Silver Kyaruzi
ISBN : 190670418X
Genre : Business & Economics
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How can institutions stimulate African local economic growth? After decades of poor economic growth, foreign aid-dependency, poor government policies and bureaucratic leadership by Africans in the 21st century, focus has increasingly shifted to the continent s business systems, entrepreneurship and governance. Also, the improving trade relations between Africa and the rest of the world has brought a renewed interest on the region s relatively slow economic growth. African Businesses and Economic Growth: Institutions, Firms, Practices and Policy examines policy approaches to economic liberalization and the effects of global forces and, in particular, how Africa can respond to globalization pressures in order to assume its rightful place in the global economy. Contributors to the volume, including researchers from East and West Africa, have examined the role of African institutions and firms, and the ways they impact on local economic growth. In particular, they analyse how African firms generate, share and transfer knowledge, the role of human capital on productivity, the role and impact of informal institutions on private sector and institutional development, firms responses to laws and rules set by policymakers (the rules of the game) and the effect these laws and rules have on firms development and strategies. The book also examines the role of non-governmental institutions, multinational firms, bilateral and multilateral institutions and how their activities and policies influence the structure and strategies of local firms and economic growth. Most of the contributors conclude that a full scale economic growth, liberalization and institutionalization across the African economies, though inevitable, are unlikely to be achieved overnight. ________________________________________________________________ Dr Imani Silver Kyaruzi, an Entrepreneurship and Economic Development analyst, is currently a lecturer in Economics and Entrepreneurship in the Department of Business, London Graduate School of Management, where he teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses in Entrepreneurship and Economic Analysis. He is also Visiting Professor of Entrepreneurship at the University of Kragujevac, Serbia. His works on entrepreneurship and local economic growth have been published in English and Swahili. His main research interests include entrepreneurship and SME development through business incubation and clustering, local economic growth models and development economics. He can be contacted at: [email protected] Publication date: October 2008

Handbook Of Entrepreneurship Research

Author : Zoltan J. Acs
ISBN : 144191191X
Genre : Business & Economics
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Interest in and attention to entrepreneurship has exploded in recent years. Nevertheless, much of the research and scholarship in entrepreneurship has remained elusive to academics, policymakers and other researchers, in large part because the field is informed by a broad spectrum of disciplines, including management, finance, economics, policy, sociology, and psychology, often pursued in isolation from each other. Since its original publication in 2003, the Handbook of Entrepreneurship Research has served as the definitive resource in the field, bringing together contributions from leading scholars in these disciplines to present a holistic, multi-dimensional approach. This new edition, fully revised and updated, and including several new chapters, covers all of the primary topics in entrepreneurship, including entrepreneurial behavior, risk and opportunity recognition, equity financing, business culture and strategy, innovation, and the impact of entrepreneurship on economic growth and development. Featuring an integrative introduction, extensive literature reviews and reference lists, the Handbook will continue to serve as a roadmap to the rapidly evolving and dynamic field of entrepreneurship.

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