Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies: Volume 11 Issue 2


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Investigating the differences in entrepreneurial success through the firm-specific factors: Microeconomic evidence from the Czech food industry

Ivana Blažková, Ondřej Dvouletý

This paper aims to investigate the effect of firm-specific determinants on the entrepreneurial success (measured through the objective financial performance) of the Czech food…


Institutional environment differences and their application for entrepreneurship development in India

Gunjan Kumar, Saundarjya Borbora

The purpose of the paper is to contribute to the understanding of regional entrepreneurial development by constructing an institutional environment index in India, where high…


The moderating role of governmental support in the relationship between entrepreneurship and economic growth: A study on the GCC countries

Maria Saberi, Allam Hamdan

The purpose of this paper is to find out the extent to which governments of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries play a moderating role in the relationship between…


A systematic review of the concept of entrepreneurial alertness

Lalit Sharma

Entrepreneurial alertness is a key factor in business opportunity identification. Scholars have determined that successful entrepreneurs have high levels of entrepreneurial…


Latecomers’ path-creating catch-up strategy in ICT industry: The effect of market disparity and government dependence

Dae Bong Kim, Min Jae Park

This study aims to empirically examine the conditions for latecomers to successfully pursue path-creating catch-up strategies. In particular, the company is divided into two…

The father’s role in supporting the son’s business knowledge development process in Vietnamese family businesses

Thanh Trung Pham, Robin Bell, David Newton

Many family businesses do not survive into the second generation. A common reason put forward for this is poor succession planning for the second generation. This paper is…


The influence of researcher competence on university-industry collaboration: The mediating role of domain knowledge transfers and spillovers

Sew Huey Ting, Sofri Yahya, Cheng Ling Tan

This study aims to discover the influence of researcher competence on University-Industry collaboration via researcher’s domain knowledge.

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