Essays about: "social entrepreneurship"

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  1. 1. Female representations on Greek media and Greek women’s (un)employment before and after the Covid-19 pandemic : Examining whether and how media gender stereotypes can affect Greek women’s development in light of a crisis.

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Malmö högskola/Institutionen för konst, kultur och kommunikation (K3)

    Author : AFRODITI KARANTONAKI; [2021]
    Keywords : gender stereotypes; female entrepreneurship; gender discrimination; women; feminism; mass media; communication; development; Greece;

    Abstract : Women around the world face various kinds of discrimination, which vary from country to country and from culture to culture. Socio-economic crises and global emergencies can accentuate such gender inequalities being particularly detrimental to women. READ MORE

  2. 2. Immigrant entrepreneurship : the case of Lithuanian immigrant entrepreneursin rural East of England

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Urban and Rural Development

    Author : Tomas Jankus; [2021]
    Keywords : immigrant entrepreneurship; rural; mixed embeddedness; migration; business; co-ethnics; entrepreneurs;

    Abstract : The interplay of migration and entrepreneurship has been shifted to a significant research area by the continuous increase of immigrants as a share in the population of countries, that are considered to be having a high attractiveness towards migrants. The United Kingdom has been pronounced as one of the countries receiving the biggest flows of immigrants. READ MORE

  3. 3. SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW ON SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN SWEDEN - A context specific analysis of social entrepreneurship

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Graduate School

    Author : William Fellbom; [2020-11-05]
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    Abstract : Faced with the fact that no consensus exists in defining social entrepreneurship, coupled with multiple academics stressing the importance of context to understand the concept, the author aim to further research this topic by investigating how social entrepreneurship is applied within a specific national context - Sweden.Relevant literature of social entrepreneurship is presented, and the national context of Sweden is outlined to act as a framework upon which the data is analyzed and discussed. READ MORE

  4. 4. ‘Expatpreneurship’ in emerging economies - A case study about the emergence and venture process of expat-preneurs in Rwanda

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Daniel Shijaku; [2020-10-12]
    Keywords : Collaborative Entrepreneurship; Emerging Economies; Expat-preneurship; Institutional Entrepreneurship; Internationalization Knowledge; International New Ventures; Start-up Liabilities;

    Abstract : What does it take to venture into emerging economies and build a company in a cultural distinct setting? This paper shines more light into the phenomenon of expat-preneurs and thereby delineates between two phases in the venture process: Opportunity identification and opportunity development. It has been found in alignment with the literature that a global mindset, prior entrepreneurial experience, personal and professional networks, and institutional bridging are conducive to opportunity identification and development of expat-preneurs. READ MORE

  5. 5. Collaboration within a startup ecosystem - Enhancing entrepreneurial activities through collaboration in the startup ecosystem of Sydney, Australia

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Jenny Junttila; [2020-09-04]
    Keywords : entrepreneurship; startups; ecosystem; stakeholders; university; industry; collaboration; activities; initiatives; embeddedness; culture; commercialization; knowledge transfer;

    Abstract : Background and Problem Formulation: There has been a growth in the entrepreneurship ecosystem of Australia due to the increasing support that aims to enhance entrepreneurial activities. However, Australia still has to overcome challenges to improve entrepreneurial outcomes. READ MORE