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Micro-enterprise and cooperative development in economically marginalized communities in the USJ. G. Nembhard (2012)More...
Microenterprise development, welfare reform, and the contradictions of new privatizationN. C. Jurik (2012)More...
The promises and realities of U.S. microenterprise developmentN. C. Jurik (2008)More...
Entrepreneurship and poverty reduction: Applying I-O psychology to microbusiness and entrepreneurship in developing countriesM. M. Gielnik and M. Frese (2013)More...
Do entry costs provide an empirical basis for poverty traps? Evidence from Mexican microenterprisesD. J. McKenzie and C. Woodruff (2006)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...
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...
Microenterprise Options for People With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: An Outcome EvaluationJ. W. Conroy, C. S. Ferris and R. Irvine (2010)More...
Alleviating poverty: Investing in women’s workI. Tinker (2000)More...
Self-employment, microenterprise, and the poorest AmericansM. Schreiner (1999)More...
Microenterprise development programs in the United States and in the developing worldM. Schreiner and G. Woller (2003)More...
Women, poverty, and the microenterprise: Context and discourseR. Strier (2010)More...
Microenterprise, Multinational Business Support, and Poverty Alleviation in South Africa’s Informal EconomyD. Woodward, R. Rolfe and A. Ligthelm (2014)More...
Micro-businesses and social inclusion in rural households: A comparative analysisE. Oughton, J. Wheelock and S. Baines (2003)More...
Microenterprise occupation and poverty reduction in microfinance programs: Evidence from Sri LankaJ. Shaw (2004)More...
Microenterprise as an exit route from poverty: Recommendations for programs and policy makersL. J. Servon and T. Bates (1998)More...
Social protection rights of economically dependent self-emploiyed workersEuropean Pariament (2013)More...
Enterprising? Disabled? The status and potential for disabled peoples microenterprise in South KoreaS. K. Hwang and A. Roulstone (2015)More...
Salvation in a Start-up? The Origins and Nature of the Self-employment BoomDellot, B. (2014)More...
Microenterprise lending to female enterpreneurs: Sacrificing economic growth for poverty alleviation?M. Kevane and B. Wydick (2001)More...
Nature of the expectation of formalization of marginal micro businesses in MexicoJ. G. Aguilar-Barcel, M. Texis-Flores and N. Ramrez-Angulo (2011)More...