Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by Scott Tiffin ; foreword by Ivań Sanabria Piretti|
|LC Classifications||HD62.5 .E583 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 322 p. :|
|Number of Pages||322|
|LC Control Number||2004017677|
This book is an excellent source of information and a must read for all interested in economic trends in Latin America -from the avid reader on emerging trends, to entrepreneurs and policy makers. The book discusses the state of entrepreneurship in Latin America - its current status and future-, and the forces and factors that threaten and 5/5(4). Abstract: This book looks at both the potential and limits of policies to promote entrepreneurship as an important vehicle for social mobility in Latin America and the Caribbean. This book examines the outlook for Latin American entrepreneurs in the new global environment. Using case studies from across the region, the book highlights liberalization measures nations are adopting to facilitate small and medium size enterprise (SME) creation and growth, and existing barriers that are threatening SME sector gains. B Definitions Employed in this Book 22 Composition of the Sample, by Social Class, 58 Dynamic New Firms, by Social Class of the Founder, 3. entrepreneurship in latin america 1. 5. entrepreneurship in latin america. 7. entrepreneurship. entrepreneurship. of.
Download Latin American Entrepreneurs books, Entrepreneurship is a fundamental driver of growth, development, and job creation. While Latin America and the Caribbean has a wealth of entrepreneurs, firms in the region, compared to those in other regions, are small in . Entrepreneurship is becoming a goal for many in Latin Americans, and big names in the region are starting companies and staying. For example, Esteban Brenman, . Entrepreneurship in Latin America is full of good news in Latin American entrepreneurs have had more opportunities to access financing through venture capital funds and, in general, have found a more favorable framework for their businesses.. The volume of investment in the region has increased from million dollars in to million in , according to data from . "Ethnic Entrepreneurs provides an innovative analysis of how the flexibility of ethnic difference is mobilized as a resource both by indigenous, Latino, and Latin American subjects as well as by development institutions and organizations. By highlighting how the contradictions and assumptions behind categories such as indigenous, Latino, Latin Cited by:
Institutions, Gender, and Entrepreneurship in Latin America: /ch This chapter seeks to explore the institutional effects on the probability of becoming an entrepreneur, for both women and men, among a low-income levelCited by: 1. This book, however, examines entrepreneurial ideas flowing in the opposite direction, with case studies from organizations that were initially launched in emerging markets. With a specific focus on Latin America, the cases examine the experiences of entrepreneurs and reveal much-needed strategies for entry into developed markets. Institutions, Gender, and Entrepreneurship in Latin America: /ch This chapter seeks to explore the institutional effects on the probability of becoming an entrepreneur, for both women and men, among a low-income level. While Latin America has recently shown significant progress in the creation of new companies, which has been catalyzed in part by government-sponsored pro-entrepreneurship policies (Acs & Amorós, ; Amorós et al. , Alvarez & Urbano, ; Capelleras et al., ; Alvarez et al., ), differences in relation to more advanced economies.