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Entrepreneurship in Africa, Part 3: Conclusions on African Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship in Africa, Part 3: Conclusions on African Entrepreneurship

This issue offers the last instalment of the ebook focusing on African entrepreneurship. The call has produced 24 published manuscripts which is a reflection of the considerable interest in the area as a research focus. The initial instalment entitled “Entrepreneurial Dynamics in Africa”, explored various aspects of entrepreneurial behaviour including: female entrepreneurship, venture capital investment, information and communication technology and the influence of entrepreneurial leadership (Jones et al., 2018)a. The second issue entitled “Entrepreneurship in Africa, Part 2: Entrepreneurial Education and eco-Systems” evaluated literature related to entrepreneurial education and eco-systems creation (Jones et al, 2018)b. This issue presents seven further papers considering various elements of entrepreneurial behaviour including portfolio entrepreneurship, diversification, export behaviour and entrepreneurial failure in an African context.

African portfolio entrepreneurship and the creation of jobs,Can internal control activities and managerial conduct influence business sustainability? A South African SMME perspective,Causation and effectuation behaviour of Ethiopian entrepreneurs: Implications on performance of small tourism firms,Does past failure inhibit future entrepreneurial intent? Evidence from Ghana,Entrepreneurship in Africa, Part 3: Conclusions on African Entrepreneurship,SMEs’ export propensity in North Africa: a fuzzy c-means cluster analysis,Typology of growth strategies and the role of social venture’s intangible resources,Wetland entrepreneurs: diversity in diversification in Zambian farming

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