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Special Issue on Small Business Policy – Small Enterprise Research Journal

 

The latest issue (Vol 24.1) of the Small Enterprise Research journal is now online.

Indigenous entrepreneurs create, manage and develop entrepreneurial ventures not just for wealth creation but primarily for the benefit of their communities. Understanding indigenous entrepreneurship is a complex phenomenon, which is impacted by a myriad of factors including history, tradition, culture and language. The latest issue of Small Enterprise Research (24.1), provides a contemporary analysis of the determinants of indigenous entrepreneurship. In one concise volume, it features research on indigenous entrepreneurs from around the globe including Native American entrepreneurs, Canada’s First Nations entrepreneurs, New Zealand’s Māori entrepreneurs, Australia’s Aboriginal entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship in the Irish Traveller Community.

Emma O'Brien

Doctoral Researcher, College of Business, Dublin Institute of Technology