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  • Teaching note: Consulting Higher Education in Africa - A Strategic Case Study 

    Brice, David; Katzenstein, James; Norman, Thomas J. (Senate Hall, Dublin, 2019)
    While some would think the focus might be on this specific African college and its unique situational outcomes, the central focus of this paper is the development and implementation of a consulting model, the Katzenstein ...
  • Innovation in Saudi Family SMEs: The Role of Social Capital and Family Involvement 

    Alrubaishi, Dalal; Robson, Paul (Senate Hall, Dublin, 2019)
    This study examines the influence of family business resources, represented by family involvement in management and social capital, on innovation outputs represented by incremental and radical innovation of products/services ...
  • Consulting Higher Education in Africa: A Strategic Case Study 

    Brice, David; Katzenstein, James; Norman, Thomas J. (Senate Hall, Dublin, 2019)
    As part of a research project grant from the Mervin M. Dymally African-American Political and Economic Institute, this paper is a case study of US College (USC), a new entrepreneurial private college in Ethiopia, and its ...
  • Market consolidation, market growth, or new market development? Owner, firm, and competitive determinants 

    Cowling, Marc; Liu, Weixi; Yue, Wei; Do, Hang (Senate Hall, Dublin, 2019)
    Market entry decisions are complex and involve high sunk costs with uncertain or risky outcomes. In this study we explore how the owner, firm, and competitive pressures shape this decision. Using a large UK data set of ...
  • Corruption as an obstacle for starting a new business in Serbia 

    Ivanovic-Djukic Vinko Lepojevic, Maja; Stefanovic, Suzana; van Stel, André; Ateljevic, Jovo (Senate Hall, Dublin, 2019)
    This paper examines the perceptions and actual experiences of SME owners and entrepreneurs in Serbia regarding the impact of corruption on the establishment of new businesses. It is based on primary research conducted in ...

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