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This paper presents an exploratory profile of Singapore's informal venture capitalists (business angels). It examines three issues: (1) investor characteristics--comparing descriptive data on Singapore angels; (2) the 'investee attractiveness' issue--classifying the characteristics of an...
development. This paper reviews the positioning of present Australian government policies and programs that intend to be … explores the environments of a group of new high growth Australian firms and the roles that the various identified government … different stages of the high growth business life cycle. The paper reviews issues in the Australian business environment that …
This study investigated selected work-performance data of a large call centre using the entrepreneurial business planning paradigm as a theoretical framework and tested the hypothesis that levels of productivity would be different for each group between workers with a disability and workers...
redresses some of the imbalance between entrepreneurship teaching- where Entrepreneurial Business Planning is at the core of … international curricula - and entrepreneurship research which has virtually ignored EBP as a topic worthy of serious scrutiny. A …
entrepreneurship education (EE) programs ceterus paribus may play a role in developing this capacity. This paper examines the attitudes …
, strategy and entrepreneurship to place them in the context of the forces driving the emerging e-business economy …. Entrepreneurship is applied as a 'framework enrichener', model-building tool and critical organisational behaviour to guide integration …
This study illustrates how the Total Survey Error (TSE) paradigm can identify and help reduce multiple sources of error inherent in survey work in the developing world. Of particular concern are mode errors and coverage errors caused by the 'theoretical teledensity threshold' of doing phone...
participation in Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), it was found that financial advisers only play a minor role in the two early …
entrepreneurship participation. Regarding the potential cultural influences, it seems that importance attached to personally knowing …, personally knowing a person who recently started a business is relatively less important as a driver of entrepreneurship …
spinouts generated. Secondly, we measure the presence and growth in numbers of entrepreneurship centers to determine if there … entrepreneurial culture plays a significant role in the spinout process, we then test the hypothesis that entrepreneurship education … academic entrepreneurship program/center is a valid indicator of “entrepreneurial culture” that may impact upon a universities …