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Title:Small enterprises & entrepreneurship development: empirical evidence, policy evaluation and best practices
Editor:Chuta, EnyinnaISNI
Year:2012
Pages:259
Language:English
City of publisher:Dakar
Publisher:Amalion
ISBN:2359260146; 9782359260144
Geographic terms:West Africa
Nigeria
Subjects:small enterprises
entrepreneurs
Abstract:This collective volume focuses on the development of small-scale enterprises in West Africa, with special reference to Nigeria. Part I outlines the importance of micro and small enterprises in the development process. Part II highlights the role of entrepreneurs in new venture creation. Part III deals with the policy and programme environment, paying attention to, amongst others, the micro-credit revolution and tax policies for small enterprises. It also contains a chapter on the tertiary sector in Cameroon. Part IV focuses on planning and marketing strategies for small enterprise development. Issues of enterprise financing are discussed in the final part. Contributors: Eggon Henry Ahmed, Sri-Ram Aiyer, Francis A. Akawu, William Omotosho Akerele, Jonathan Averson Angbas, Elisha Anyahuru, Yusuf Daudu Bulus, Enyinna Chuta, Emmanuel S.I. Ejere, Emmanuel Mbebeb Fomba, Carl Liedholm, Joseph Mamman Ibbih, Donald Mead, Ajidani Moses Sabo, Sam B.A. Tende, Ibrahim G. Umaru, and Uche Uwaleke. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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