Effectuation thinking and the manifestation of socio-cultural complexities in Sri Lankan female entrepreneurs' business decisions (2018)
EditorsYousafzai SLindgreen ASaeed SHenry CFayolle A
CitationRanabahu N,Barrett M (2018). Effectuation thinking and the manifestation of socio-cultural complexities in Sri Lankan female entrepreneurs' business decisions. In Yousafzai S, Lindgreen A, Saeed S, Henry C, Fayolle A (Ed.), Contextual Embeddedness of Women's Entrepreneurship: Going Beyond a Gender Neutral Approach.: 139-153. Abingdon: Routledge.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research35 - Commerce, management, tourism and services::3507 - Strategy, management and organisational behaviour::350704 - Entrepreneurship
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