Entrepreneurship can be the key to unlocking growth in economies. At its core entrepreneurship involves the identification and commercial exploitation of opportunities, but the nature of these activities are highly context sensitive. What works in one place and for one group of people will not necessarily work elsewhere.
The Global Entrepreneurship series provides books addressing entrepreneurship in the key regions of the global socioeconomic system. Collectively, the series provides a library of texts for students and researchers that to help gain a comprehensive understanding of entrepreneurship and how it is manifested across the world.
By Ven Sriram, David Lingelbach, Tigineh Mersha, Franklyn Manu
November 17, 2020
It is now widely recognized that in regions like Africa, for economic and other reasons, the public sector has had to disengage and divest from many areas of the economy and allow private enterprise, especially scalable start-ups and new ventures, to enter and flourish if economic development and ...
Edited By Tõnis Mets, Arnis Sauka, Danica Purg
March 20, 2018
The process of the transition to a market-oriented economy for countries from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) started some 25 years ago. A new technology base triggered the fast growth of new investments into intangible assets by global economic ...