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Human capital in the hot sunM. Neitzert (1996)More...
Microenterprise and social capital: A framework for theory, research, and policyM. Woolcock (2001)More...
Patterns of micro-enterprise diversification in transitional Eurasian EconomiesM. L. Lynn (1998)More...
Success and failure of microbusiness owners in Africa. A psychological approachD. Gebert (2001)More...
Supporting established micro businesses: Policy issues emerging from an evaluationD. Devins (1999)More...
Approaches to understanding the position of women workers in the informal sectorT. D. Wilson (1998)More...
Wage subsidies for micro enterprisesS. De Mel, D. McKenzieand and C. Woodruff (2010)More...
Measuring microenterprise profits: Must we ask how the sausage is made?S. de Mel, D. J. McKenzie and C. Woodruff (2009)More...
Microenterprise dynamics in developing countries: How similar are they to those in the industrialized world? Evidence from MexicoP. Fajnzylber, W. Maloney and G. M. Rojas (2006)More...
Do entry costs provide an empirical basis for poverty traps? Evidence from Mexican microenterprisesD. J. McKenzie and C. Woodruff (2006)More...
An analysis of new firm survival using a hazard functionP. Holmes, A. Hunt and I. Stone (2010)More...
Tourism, business linkages and small enterprise development in South AfricaM. Kirsten and C. M. Rogerson (2002)More...
Making money, (re)making firms: Microbusiness financial networks in Birmingham’s Jewellery QuarterJ. S. Pollard (2007)More...
London’s congestion charging scheme and the growth and survival of the minicab sectorN. O. Madichie and N. A. Alli (2009)More...
Determinants of microenterprise performance in NepalA. Thapa (2015)More...
Small Firm Growth in Developing CountriesS. Nichter and L. Goldmark (2009)More...
Promoting micro-enterprise through SHG: A case study of MAVIMN. Bharti (2014)More...
Approaches to microenterprise development: Comparison of case studies from MaharashtraN. Bharti (2014)More...
Social relations in lieu of capitalM. Repetti (2002)More...
Saving St. James: A case study of farmwomen entrepreneursS. S. Weber (2007)More...
Informal credit markets in support of microbusinessA. G. Chandavarkar (1989)More...
Small businesses and the community: Their role and importance within a state’s economyG. Muske, M. Woods, J. Swinney and C. L. Khoo (2007)More...
Low cost product development framework for micro sized enterprises: Some Indonesian evidenceM. Rakhmaniar and G. Yudoko (2014)More...
Growth of micro and small enterprises in southern AfricaM. A. McPherson (1996)More...
MicroenterpriseH. Kane (1996)More...
The Individual Woman Microenterprise Owner: An Exploration of Apparel Retailers From an Integrated Black Feminist PerspectiveA. J. Muhammad (2015)More...
Local business co-operation and the dilemmas of collective action: Rural micro-business networks in the North of EnglandJ. Phillipson, M. Gorton and L. Laschewski (2006)More...
International fresh produce market developments and their implications for high value horticulture in emerging economiesD. Hughes (2006)More...
Organizing for enterprise in China: What can we learn from the Chinese micro, small, and medium enterprise development experienceA. Gibb and J. Li (2003)More...
Host/guest encounters in the commercial homeM. Di Domenico and P. A. Lynch (2007)More...
Creating a model for successful microenterprise development (MED) programsN. Bowen-Ellzey, M. Moss and T. W. Blaine (2015)More...
Can small business do CSR? An investigation into the awareness, understanding and application of corporate social responsibility in micro businessP. Dexter (2011)More...
The internationalizing smaller craft firm: Insights from the marketing/entrepreneurship interfaceI. Fillis (2004)More...
The key to lending to women microentrepreneursS. Buechler (1995)More...
Modeling the financial distress of microenterprise start- ups using support vector machines: A case studyA. Blanco-Oliver, R. Pino-Mejas and J. Lara-Rubio (2015)More...
Savings constraints and microenterprise development: Evidence from a field experiment in kenyaP. Dupas and J. Robinson (2013)More...
Development through enterpriseKahn (1990)More...
Industrial structure and microenterprises in AfricaM. Fafchamps (1994)More...
Microbreweries as tools of local identityS. M. Schnell and J. F. Reese (2003)More...
The importance of housing and neighbourhood resources for urban microbusinessesDarja Reuschke & Donald Houston (2016)More...
Do Men Need Empowering Too? A Systematic Review of Entrepreneurial Education and Microenterprise Development on Health Disparities among Inner-City Black Male YouthL. Jennings (2014)More...
Heterogeneity in informal sector mitigation of micro-enterprise credit rationingD. W. Mushinski and K. A. Pickering (2007)More...
Gandhi vs Gauss: Ethical issues in micro and small business financeJ. D. Von Pischke (2008)More...
Nongovernmental organizations, micro-credit, and empowerment of womenJ. L. Fernando (1997)More...
How Micro-Entrepreneurs Could Change The WorldR. Chandy and O. Narasimhan (2011)More...
Motivations and management objectives for operating micro-businesses in aboriginal communitiesJ. Chang, C. T. S. Tsai and Y. H. Chen (2010)More...
What drives service micro-enterprises environmental behavior in Chicago?D. F. Mir (2006)More...
A critical appraisal of the UK’s largest rural waste minimisation project: Business excellence through resource efficiency (betre) rural in East Sussex, EnglandJ. Ackroyd, S. Jespersen, A. Doyle and P. S. Phillips (2008)More...
World Bank lending for small enterprises 1989-1993L. M. Webster, R. Riopelle and A. M. Chidzero (1996)More...
Microenterprise development in a sub-sector contextD. C. Mead (1992)More...
Building disaster-resilient micro enterprises in the developing worldS. Prasad, H. C. Su, N. Altay and J. Tata (2015)More...
Evaluating key factors in supplier selection for micro-businesses: Implications for buyer satisfactionA. M. Waikar, M. Q. Huynh, R. F. Cope and U. S. Tate (2011)More...
The role and strategies of small and micro firms in ItalyM. Calabr and P. Carnazza (2004)More...
Social capital development in a rural women’s micro-enterprise in Mexico: Insights on leadership, trust and cooperationL. M. Ibargen-Tinley (2015)More...
The efficiency of credit-granting NGOs in Latin AmericaR. H. Schmidt and C. P. Zeitinger (1996)More...
The new economy and the work-life balance: Conceptual explorations and a case study of new mediaD. Perrons (2003)More...
We sacrifice and eat less: The structural complexities of microfinance participationJ. A. Brett (2006)More...
Levels of empowerment: Marketers and microenterprise-lending NGOs in Apopa and Nejapa, El SalvadorS. Cosgrove (2002)More...
Doi Moi policy and the small-enterprise boom in Ho Chi Minh City, VietnamD. B. Freeman (1996)More...
Home is where the business is: Incidents in everyday life and the formation of home-based businessesT. Vorley and P. Rodgers (2014)More...
New technologies and old ways of working in the home of the self-employed teleworkerS. Baines (2002)More...
Microentrepreneurs and homeworkers: Convergent categoriesE. Prgl and I. Tinker (1997)More...
Mighty oaks from little acorns: Can microenterprise serve as the seedbed of industrialization?B. Grosh and G. Somolekae (1996)More...
Token salaries and social answers in work relations in AfricaM. Repetti (1999)More...
Indigenous entrepreneurship, culture and micro-enterprise in the Pacific Islands: Case studies from SamoaM. Cahn (2008)More...
The Entrepreneur Makes a Difference: Evidence on MSE Upgrading Factors from Egypt, India, and the PhilippinesA. Hampel-Milagrosa, M. Loewe and C. Reeg (2015)More...
Addressing poverty as risk for disease: Recommendations from CDC’s consultation on microenterprise as HIV preventionD. Stratford, Y. Mizuno, K. Williams, C. Courtenay-Quirk and A. O'Leary (2008)More...
Food knowhow and entrepreneurial dynamics of rural women. Case study in the Peloponnese (Greece)T. Anthopoulou (2008)More...
Influence factor analysis of multi-stage management engineering for multinational micro businesses: An empirical analysis using data envelopment analysisB. Wang and J. Li (2014)More...
Corruption and microenterprises in RussiaM. S. Safavian, D. H. Graham and C. Gonzalez-Vega (2001)More...
Microfinance in Russia: Broadening access to finance for micro and small entrepreneursS. K. Bossoutrot (2005)More...
The case for lock-up storage facilities for microenterprises in IndiaP. Purushotham (1999)More...
Women’s employment in Mexico in time of economic recession. The years 2005-2012J. Papail and F. Robles-Sotelo (2014)More...
Micro-entrepreneurs: Motivations challenges and success factorsD. Hussain and M. Z. Yaqub (2010)More...
Microenterprises and economic growth: A panel study of the US states 1977-1997S. Deller and J. C. McConnon Jr (2009)More...
Crowd funding as a tool of business transformation to micro enterprises in India – A conceptual frameworkA. V. Chirputkar, S. Saxena and J. Tarkas (2015)More...
Ecotourism and indigenous micro-enterprise formation in northern Australia opportunities and constraintsD. Fuller, J. Buultjens and E. Cummings (2005)More...
The gray area in microenterprise developmentH. Pirela Martinez (1990)More...
Learning for work and professional development: The significance of informal learning networks of digital media industry professionalsJ. Campana (2014)More...
The development of intelligent local clusters to increase global competitiveness and local cohesion: The case of small businesses in the creative industriesP. De Berranger and M. C. R. Meldrum (2000)More...
A roadmap for microenterprise growth through information technologyM. Kamal (2013)More...
Social Ontology and the Emergent Moment: A Theoretical and Action Research Inquiry into Rural Microenterprise DevelopmentT. B. Porter (2014)More...
Inventory management systems used by manufacturing small medium and micro enterprises in Cape TownN. Ngubane, S. Mayekiso, S. Sikota, S. Fitshane, M. Matsoso and J. P. Bruwer (2015)More...
Networking, entrepreneurship and microbusiness behaviourE. Chell and S. Baines (2000)More...
Entrepreneurship and leadership: Case studies of female micro-business owners in Hong KongC. W. Ng and E. G. H. Ng (2007)More...
Webs of power: Multiple ownership in tourism destinationsZ. Mottiar and H. Tucker (2007)More...
Integrating developed and developing world knowledge into global discussions and strategies for sustainability. 2. Economics and governanceA. Ramaswami, J. B. Zimmerman and J. R. Mihelcic (2007)More...
The microfinance schismJ. Morduch (2000)More...
The self-catering accommodation sector in Yorkshire, EnglandR. Thomas and D. Hind (2007)More...
Factors in SWOT analysis applied to micro, small-to-medium, and large software enterprises: An Austrian studyE. Bernroider (2002)More...
Enhancing competitiveness and securing equitable development: Can small, micro, and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) do the trick?S. Jeppesen (2005)More...
micro-Business Community Responsibility in Australia: Approaches, Motivations and BarriersS. Campin, J. Barraket and B. Luke (2013)More...
Internet diffusion in creative micro-businesses: Identifying change agent characteristics as critical success factorsP. De Berranger, D. Tucker and L. Jones (2001)More...
Micro-enterprise as an approach for promoting economic development in social work: Lessons from the self-employment investment demonstrationS. Raheim (1996)More...
Community development and micro-enterprises: Fostering sustainable developmentC. M. Vargas (2000)More...
Pro-poor business law? On MKURABITA and the Legal Empowerment of Tanzania’s street vendorsM. Lyons (2013)More...
The influence of social responsibility policies and belonging to cooperation networks in the relational and structural capital of micro-enterprisesS. Benito Hernndez and P. Esteban Snchez (2012)More...
Micro-entrepreneurs today – Results of a survey of owner-entrepreneurs regarding subjective success factors in German micro-enterprisesR. Klppel and H. Stummer (2015)More...
Profiling micro-enterprises: The case of home-based businesses in New ZealandD. N. Clark and H. Douglas (2012)More...
Attracting micro-enterprises to learning: Community initiatives or growth incentives?L. M. Martin and A. Halstead (2004)More...
Microbusiness, household and class dynamics: the embedding of minority ethnic petty commerceB. Sanghera (2002)More...
Microenterprising and people with disabilities: Strategies for success and failureR. T. Walls, D. L. Dowler, K. Cordingly, L. E. Orslene and J. D. Greer (2001)More...
Financial System Approaches to Microenterprise Development: A Comparison of SHG Bank Linkage and MFI Model in MaharashtraN. Bharti (2014)More...
Microenterprise development program encourages entrepreneurship while supporting extension in Van Wert County, OhioN. Bowen-Ellzey (2014)More...
Microenterprise finance: is there a conflict between growth and poverty alleviation?P. Mosley and D. Hulme (1998)More...
The impact of microenterprise assistance programs: A comparative study of program participants, nonparticipants, and other low-wage workersC. K. Sanders (2002)More...
Examining the effect of amanah ikhtiar Malaysia’s microcredit program on microenterprise assets in rural MalaysiaA. Al-Mamun, J. Adaikalam and M. N. H. Mazumder (2012)More...
Lessons for microenterprise programs from a fresh look at the unemployment insurance self-employment demonstrationM. Schreiner (1999)More...
Determinants of women’s microenterprise success in Ahmedabad, India: Empowerment and economicsP. Kantor (2005)More...
Human and financial capital for microenterprise development: Evidence from a field and lab experimentL. I. O. Berge, K. Bjorvatn and B. Tungodden (2015)More...
Social capital and networks in forest-based rural economic developmentB. Vennesland (2004)More...
Microenterprise credit programs: Deja vuD. W. Adams and J. D. Von Pischke (1992)More...
Work and employment in small businesses: Perpetuating and challenging gender traditionsS. Baines and J. Wheelock (2000)More...
The impact of a necessity-based start-up on subsequent entrepreneurial satisfactionT. Kautonen and J. Palmroos (2010)More...
Microfinance: A fashion imported from developing countries?J. F. Maystadt (2004)More...
New Zealand entrepreneurs: Leading for excellenceR. H. Samujh (2009)More...
The household as an economic unit in Arctic aboriginal communities, and its measurement by means of a comprehensive surveyP. J. Usher, G. Duhaime and E. Searles (2003)More...
Exploring precarious employment and women’s health within the context of U.S. microenterprise using focus groupsR. Salt and J. Lee (2014)More...
Microenterprise Options for People With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: An Outcome EvaluationJ. W. Conroy, C. S. Ferris and R. Irvine (2010)More...
The contribution of small enterprises to household and national income in KenyaL. Daniels and D. C. Mead (1998)More...
Microfinance: Where are we and where are we going?M. Labie (2004)More...
Destination networking: Co-opetition in peripheral surroundingsY. V. F. Grngsj (2003)More...
The organization of street traders in Hat Yai, southern Thailand: some policy implications for microbusiness developmentB. J. Shaw and I. D. Murray (1989)More...
Alleviating poverty: Investing in women’s workI. Tinker (2000)More...
The perception of small and micro enterprises in the city of Durban Central Business District (CBD) (Kwazulu-Natal) (KZN) towards financial planningM. Mutanda, M. De Beer and G. T. Myers (2014)More...
Returns to Micro-Entrepreneurship in an Emerging Economy: A Quantile Study of Entrepreneurial Indonesian Households’ WelfareV. Vial and J. Hanoteau (2015)More...
Policy framework for reorienting agricultural developmentB. M. Desai (2002)More...
Stick or Twist? The Practice of Undertaking Life Story Interviews In-the-momentA. Kevill, K. Trehan, M. Easterby-Smith and D. Higgins (2015 )More...
Hobbyists, artisans and entrepreneurs: Investigating business support and identifying entrepreneurial profiles in the Irish craft sectorM. Bouette and F. Magee (2015)More...
Teaching business skills to women: Impact of business training on womens microenterprise owners in vietnamP. Raven and Q. V. Le (2015)More...
An exploratory study of SME local sourcing and supplier development in the grocery retail sectorB. A. Wagner, I. Fillis and U. Johansson (2005)More...
Small creative industry firms: A development dilemma?I. Chaston (2008)More...
Micro-businesses need support: Survival precedes sustainabilityR. H. Samujh (2011)More...
Tourism skills delivery: Sharing tourism knowledge onlineP. Braun and M. Hollick (2006)More...
A conceptual model of management learning in micro businesses: Implications for research and policyD. Devins, J. Gold, S. Johnson and R. Holden (2005)More...
Micro politics and micro firms: A case study of tourism policy formation and changeR. Thomas and H. Thomas (2006)More...
Entrepreneurship and SMEs in Ethiopia: Evaluating the role, prospects and problems faced by women in this emergent sectorG. Singh and R. Belwal (2008)More...
The role of gender in US microenterprise business plan developmentR. G. Cook, P. Belliveau and C. Lentz (2007)More...
Micro-enterprise: Community assets helping to deliver health and well-being and tackle health inequalitiesS. Lockwood (2013)More...
Cognitive style and entrepreneurial drive of new and mature business owner-managersS. J. Armstrong and A. Hird (2009)More...
Collaboration in the context of micro businesses: The case of Terracotta artisans in Impruneta (Italy)A. D. Alonso and A. Bressan (2014)More...
Education, mobility and rural business developmentG. Bosworth (2009)More...
Web 2.0 and micro-businesses: An exploratory investigationD. Barnes, F. Clear, R. Dyerson, G. Harindranath, L. Harris and A. Rae (2012)More...
E-learning flowers in the UKB. Little (2010)More...
Understanding the small business owner: What they really aim at and how this relates to firm performance: A case study in North Karelia, Eastern FinlandH. Reijonen (2008)More...
Microenterprise financing preference: Testing POH within the context of Ghana’s rural financial marketE. Osei-Assibey, G. A. Bokpin and D. K. Twerefou (2012)More...
What drives training in industrial micro-firms? Evidence from GreeceA. Panagiotakopoulos (2011)More...
Perceptions of entrepreneurs about their zero employee web enabled businessesR. J. McQueen and Z. Yin (2014)More...
Formal and informal financial support for small and micro-enterprisesR. Meghir (1991)More...
Assessing the potential impact of Microfinance with agent-based modelingS. Rashid, Y. Yoon and S. B. Kashem (2011)More...
Prospects, problems and potential of credit-granting NGOsR. H. Schmidt and C. P. Zeitinger (1996)More...
Distant voices: The views of the field workers of NGOs in Bangladesh on microcreditM. M. Ahmad (2003)More...
A plague upon their houses: Revelations of the foot and mouth disease epidemic for business householdsK. Bennett and J. Phillipson (2004)More...
Improving Supply Chain Efficiency Through Electronic Payments: The Case of Micro-Entrepreneurs in Kenya and TanzaniaD. R. Horne, D. Nickerson and M. DeFanti (2015)More...
Determinants of profitability of polish rural micro-enterprises at the time of EU accessionK. Janda, G. Rausser and W. Strielkowski (2013)More...
Shg linked micro-enterprises – The Kerala experienceS. Santhosh Kumar (2011)More...
Women and the false promise of microenterpriseT. B. Ehlers and K. Main (1998)More...
The continuum of capital for small and micro enterprisesL. J. Servon, M. A. Visser and R. W. Fairlie (2010)More...
Microcredit in the US: an alternative economic survival strategyL. J. Servon (1992)More...
Linguistic insecurity and reproduction of the Malay community’s peripherality in SingaporeY. Said-Sirhan (2014)More...
Trade associations: An appropriate channel for developing sustainable practice in SMEs?J. Clarke (2004)More...
The five gaps facing small and microbusiness owners: Evidence from New York CityL. J. Servon, R. W. Fairlie, B. Rastello and A. Seely (2010)More...
Small firms and formality: The influence of judicial efficiency and regulation costsJ. B. Nugent and G. Sukiassyan (2009)More...
ICT development and small tourism enterprises in EuropeG. Evans, J. Bohrer and G. Richards (2000)More...
The rhetoric and reality of SME-friendly procurementA. Flynn and P. Davis (2015)More...
Self-employment, microenterprise, and the poorest AmericansM. Schreiner (1999)More...
Small and micro enterprises in a globalising economy: Some perspectives on policy framework for their integrationT. S. Papola (2004)More...
Microenterprises in times of crisis: Analysis of the training, experience and innovationS. Benito Hernndez and M. Platero Jaime (2012)More...
Microenterprise development programs in the United States and in the developing worldM. Schreiner and G. Woller (2003)More...
Caste discrimination and barriers to microenterprise growth in NepalE. Villanger (2012)More...
Microenterprise policy in state governments in Venezuela: Falcon State caseC. E. Lpez Carrasco and H. C. Ochoa Henrquez (2001)More...
Adaptive responses and asset strategies: The experience of rural micro-firms and Foot and Mouth DiseaseJ. Phillipson, K. Bennett, P. Lowe and M. Raley (2004)More...
A capabilities approach to sustainable household livelihoodsE. Oughton and J. Wheelock (2003)More...
The Microfinance Collateralized Debt Obligation: A Modern Robin Hood?H. N. E. Bystrm (2008)More...
The beneficiaries of black economic empowerment in Polokwane area of Limpopo Province, South AfricaO. A. Oni and O. O. Fatoki (2014)More...
Women, poverty, and the microenterprise: Context and discourseR. Strier (2010)More...
Mechanism of rural entrepreneurship development on the base of micro-businessT. A. Zabaznova, S. E. Karpushova, E. V. Patsyuk, O. A. Surkova and G. A. Khmeleva (2014)More...
Microenterprise, Multinational Business Support, and Poverty Alleviation in South Africa’s Informal EconomyD. Woodward, R. Rolfe and A. Ligthelm (2014)More...
Urban entrepreneurs, ICTs, and emerging theories: A new direction for development communicationM. R. Levy and I. Banerjee (2008)More...
Economic and social issues of women entrepreneurs in micro-enterpRISED. S. Revathi and J. Krishnan (2013)More...
A classification exercise of the relationship between work and familyP. Romn-Reyes (2013)More...
Information and communication technology adoption and diffusion in micro-enterprises: The case of techno-savvy home-based businessesD. N. Clark and H. Douglas (2011)More...
Dependency or self-reliance? The contradictory case of work in UK small business familiesJ. Wheelock and S. Baines (1998)More...
Policy for small business support in rural areas: A critical assessment of the proposals for the Small Business ServiceP. Lowe and H. Talbot (2000)More...
Micro-businesses and social inclusion in rural households: A comparative analysisE. Oughton, J. Wheelock and S. Baines (2003)More...
Informal retailing through home-based micro-enterprises: The role of spaza shopsA. A. Ligthelm (2005)More...
Data mining strategies and methods to develop microfinance market – Use case currency exchangeH. U. Khan, Z. Ullah and M. Mahmud (2009)More...
Microenterprise and children – what are the intra-household impacts of income-generating programmes?G. Peace and D. Hulme (1994)More...
Determinants of profitability of the microenterprises led by women micro entrepreneurs: Evidence from Mumbai slumsC. Ghosh and S. Guha (2015)More...
Micro enterprises and microfinance for business women in rural areas of South Africa – A case study of Ga-Rankuwa at the interface between first and third worldH. E. Klingelhfer, P. O. Aiyepola and A. O. Adewunmi (2012)More...
The Impacts of Gender Differences in Social Capital on Microenterprise Business Start-UpS. M. Kim (2014)More...
Microenterprise occupation and poverty reduction in microfinance programs: Evidence from Sri LankaJ. Shaw (2004)More...
Microenterprise programs in U.S. inner cities: Economic development or social welfare?L. J. Servon (1997)More...
Microfinance in cultures of non-repaymentM. J. Epstein and K. Yuthas (2010)More...
The dynamics of micro and small enterprises in developing countriesD. C. Mead and C. Liedholm (1998)More...
Development and distribution of private microfirms in mid-size Polish towns during the transformation periodW. Kamiska and M. Mularczyk (2006)More...
Environmental initiatives in bed and breakfast establishments in Canada: Scope and major challenges with implementationM. van Haastert and D. de Grosbois (2010)More...
Understanding the characteristics of family owned tourism micro businesses in mountain destinations in developing countries: Evidence from NigeriaM. B. Banki and H. N. Ismail (2015)More...
Microenterprise as an exit route from poverty: Recommendations for programs and policy makersL. J. Servon and T. Bates (1998)More...
Meeting the credit needs of the micro enterprise sector: Issues in focusT. S. Nair (1998)More...
The Rural Creative Class: Counterurbanisation and Entrepreneurship in the Danish CountrysideL. Herslund (2012)More...
Informality revisitedW. F. Maloney (2004)More...
Entrepreneurship in a transition economy: The impact of environment on entrepreneurial orientationM. Alexandrova (2004)More...
A review of evidence on mobile use by micro and small enterprises in developing countriesD. Jonathan and M. X. Escobar (2010)More...
Small and medium enterprises’ experience in SlovakiaJ. Rousek (2006)More...
Regional sectoral support: A review of the construction industry, smes and regional innovation strategies across EuropeJ. Dick and D. Payne (2005)More...
Marketing in small businessC. Clemenza de Araujo and R. Araujo (1996)More...
Investigating the effect of microcredit on microenterprise income in Peninsular MalaysiaA. Al-Mamun, C. A. Malarvizhi, S. A. Wahab and M. N. H. Mazumder (2011)More...
Measuring the trade-off between outreach and sustain-ability of microenterprise lendersJ. D. Von Pischke (1996)More...
A Systemic Approach to Entrepreneurial Learning: An Exploration Using StorytellingL. Warren (2004)More...
Mind the gap: Graduate recruitment in small businessesL. Pittaway and J. Thedham (2005)More...
Working for each other: Gender, the household and micro-business survival and growthS. Baines and J. Wheelock (1998)More...
How entrepreneurship could be promoted after the collapse of a socialist economic systemA. slund (2012)More...
Problems in the definition of micro-businessesT. E. Gonzles Alvarado (2005)More...
Bricolage in the implementation and the use of IS by micro-firms: An empirical studyA. Jaouen and W. A. Nakara (2015)More...
Determinants of Small and Micro Enterprise Registration: Results from Surveys in Niger and SwazilandM. A. McPherson and C. Liedholm (1996)More...
Gender dimension of ethnic bugis and makassar women empowermentA. Kasirang, K. Ekasari, I. Sidabalok, L. Fudjaja, K. Jusoff, Akhsan, F. Nurland and A. S. Halimah (2013)More...
The ‘greening’ of tourism micro-businesses: Outcomes of focus group investigations in South East CornwallJ. Vernon, S. Essex, D. Pinder and K. Curry (2003)More...
Tracking SMME Development in South Africa: Issues of Finance, Training and the Regulatory EnvironmentC. M. Rogerson (2008)More...
Factors affecting environmental behavior in micro-enterprises: Laundry and motor vehicle repair firms in JerusalemD. F. Mir and E. Feitelson (2007)More...
Impact of gentrification on environmental pressure in service micro-enterprisesD. F. Mir and A. E. Sanchez (2009)More...
The impact of microenterprise development training on low-income clientsM. C. Schmidt, J. M. Kolodinsky, C. Flint and B. Whitney (2006)More...
Social capital, collaborative exchange and microenterprise performance: The role of genderJ. Tata and S. Prasad (2008)More...
Lifestyle businesses: Insights into Blackpool’s hotel sectorC. Lashley and B. Rowson (2010)More...
Do Micro Enterprises Benefit from the ‘Doing Business’ Reforms? The Case of Street-Vending in TanzaniaM. Lyons, A. Brown and C. Msoka (2014)More...
Overcoming selection bias in microcredit impact assessments: A case study in PeruG. A. Tedeschi (2008)More...
Reinventing traditional solutions: Job creation, gender and the micro-business householdS. Baines and J. Wheelock (1998)More...
Does gender affect business ‘performance’? A study of microbusinesses in business services in the UKE. Chell and S. Baines (1998)More...
Missing research on small and microenterprise promotion programmesT. Timberg (1992)More...
Understanding small firm responses to regulation: The case of workplace health and safetyI. Vickers, P. James, D. Smallbone and R. Baldock (2005)More...
Micro-finance evangelism, ‘destitute women’, and the hard selling of a new anti-poverty formulaB. Rogaly (1996)More...
The impact of the south African government’s SMME programmes: A ten-year review (1994-2003)C. M. Rogerson (2004)More...
Microfinance and women’s empowerment: A lesson from IndiaF. Leach and S. Sitaram (2002)More...
Leveraging informal lending mechanisms to facilitate technology transfer and microenterprise in developing countriesK. Hansen, J. J. Kim, S. Suffian and K. Mehta (2015)More...
Gender impact assessment in microfinance and microenterprise: why and howS. Johnson (2000)More...
Presumptive taxation: Lessons from BulgariaK. V. Pashev (2006)More...
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