The Global Entrepreneur (2021)
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Middle Powers as Norm Entrepreneurs:Comparative Diplomatic Strategies for thePromotion of the Norm of Nuclear Disarmament Barnes, Natasha Jane (University of Canterbury. Social and Political Sciences, 2010)The New Agenda Coalition (NAC) has been widely noted for its contribution to 2000 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons. The NAC played a bridge-building role to ...
Morrish, Sussie Celna (University of Canterbury. Management, 2008)Early entrepreneurship studies have often regarded entrepreneurs as a homogeneous group. More recently, scholars have recognised that entrepreneurs have different ownership propensity. Portfolio entrepreneurs, a sub-type ...
Does practice make micro-entrepreneurs perfect? An investigation of expertise acquisition using effectuation and causation Ranabahu N; Barrett M (Springer Verlag, 2019)The paper reports on a study testing whether effectuation (means-driven thinking) and causation (predictive thinking) influence the use of deliberate practice during business start-up by microfinance borrowers (‘micro-en ...