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Title:Family-owned businesses in Africa: texts and cases
Editors:Kyaruzi, Imani SilverISNI
Nkamnebe, Anayo D.ISNI
Year:2011
Pages:202
Language:English
City of publisher:Dar es Salaam
Publisher:Mkuki na Nyota Publishers
ISBN:9987080871; 9789987080878
Geographic terms:Africa
Nigeria
Senegal
Subjects:small enterprises
entrepreneurs
Abstract:This volume brings together research papers that examine how in the African context family-owned businesses are developed and managed, and what forces are inimical to or supportive of this type of enterprise. Contributions: Introduction: family-owned businesses in Africa (Imani Silver Kyaruzi); Entrepreneurial factors and entrepreneurial development policy in Africa (Muhammad Mainoma and Suleiman Aruwa); Social capital and its entrepreneurial values in the development of family-owned businesses among Igbos of Eastern Nigeria (Okechukwu D. Nwankwo, O.S.A. Obikeze and C.C. Nweke); Family-owned business in the South East of Nigeria: growth, sustainability and inhibiting factors (Nkiruka Ifekwem and I. Achumba); Development of women entrepreneurs in Nigeria: a conceptual approach (Ifekwem Nkiruka and Iheanyi Achumba); The role of women in family-owned business: the Senegalese experience (Ahoefa Chantal Hales and Imani Silver Kyaruzi); Ethical considerations in Nigerian family-owned businesses (Mary Chiekezie et al.); Copreneurship in Nigeria's family businesses (E.K.N. Nnabuife, A.D. Nkamnebe and H.N. Nzewi); Entrepreneurial succession problems in Nigeria's family businesses: a threat to sustainability (Ogundele, O.J.K., Idris, A.A. and Ahmed-Ogundipe, K.A.); Cultures, poverty alleviation and small business development in Africa: a research paradigm shift (Osarumwense Iguisi); Strategic thinking among Nigerian family-owned businesses: challenges and options (Francis Udeh); Industrial relations practices in small scale businesses in Nigeria (O.J.K. Ogundele et al.); Entrepreneurship education and business success: an empirical investigation (Muhammad Mainoma and Suleiman A.S. Aruwa); The Nautos case; keepin' sailing is fundamental (Dorion E. et al.). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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