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Microenterprise and social capital: A framework for theory, research, and policyM. Woolcock (2001)More...
Social capital and microenterprise development: Microfinance and urban regeneration in eastern EuropeM. Marku (2003)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...
Social capital development in a rural women’s micro-enterprise in Mexico: Insights on leadership, trust and cooperationL. M. Ibargen-Tinley (2015)More...
Social capital and networks in forest-based rural economic developmentB. Vennesland (2004)More...
Microfinance: A fashion imported from developing countries?J. F. Maystadt (2004)More...
Education, mobility and rural business developmentG. Bosworth (2009)More...
The Impacts of Gender Differences in Social Capital on Microenterprise Business Start-UpS. M. Kim (2014)More...
Social capital, collaborative exchange and microenterprise performance: The role of genderJ. Tata and S. Prasad (2008)More...
Credit and Social Capital: The Community Development Potential of U.S. Microenterprise ProgramsL. J. Servon (1998)More...
Searching for social capital in U.S. microenterprise development programsN. C. Jurik, G. Cavender and J. Cowgill (2006)More...
What determines success? Examining the human, financial, and social capital of Jamaican microentrepreneursB. Honig (1998)More...