Antecedents of well-being for artisan entrepreneurship: a first exploratory study

Antecedents of well-being for artisan entrepreneurship: a first exploratory study Séverine Le Loarne-Lemaire; Judith Partouche-Sebban; Myriam Razgallah; Adnane Maalaoui International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Vol. 41, No. 1 (2020) pp. 96 – 114 Studies examining the well-being of artisan entrepreneurs have not been widely developed. Some scholars have studied the entrepreneurial phenomena in … Read moreAntecedents of well-being for artisan entrepreneurship: a first exploratory study

Digitizing supply chains to lift farmers out of poverty

Millions of cocoa farmers live in poverty across western Africa. Over the years, these farmers have been forced to contend with geopolitical instability, predatory loan practices, and a general lack of information that hampers their ability to maximize yields and sell crops at fair prices. Other problems, such as deforestation and child labor, also plague … Read moreDigitizing supply chains to lift farmers out of poverty

External financing perceptions by Sub-Saharan entrepreneurs: a qualitative approach

External financing perceptions by Sub-Saharan entrepreneurs: a qualitative approach Eric Braune; Jean-Michel Sahut; Lubica Hikkerova International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Vol. 41, No. 1 (2020) pp. 58 – 73 Based on the interviews of 18 Cameroonian entrepreneurs, we study how the entrepreneur’s locus of control and motivations influence their perception of bank loans. … Read moreExternal financing perceptions by Sub-Saharan entrepreneurs: a qualitative approach

Opening the black box: how social interaction contributes to entrepreneurial intentions among deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals

Opening the black box: how social interaction contributes to entrepreneurial intentions among deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals Michael Jasniak; Ronny Baierl; Jantje Halberstadt International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Vol. 41, No. 1 (2020) pp. 74 – 95 Entrepreneurial intentions are widely recognised as a strong predictor of entrepreneurial behaviour. With regard to the minority … Read moreOpening the black box: how social interaction contributes to entrepreneurial intentions among deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals

The role of frugal innovation in the global diffusion of green technologies

The role of frugal innovation in the global diffusion of green technologies Carsten Gandenberger; Henning Kroll; Rainer Walz International Journal of Technology Management, Vol. 83, No. 1/2/3 (2020) pp. 97 – 113 The paper suggests that the debate on sustainable development and sustainable innovation could profit from the concept of frugal innovation, because both concepts … Read moreThe role of frugal innovation in the global diffusion of green technologies

Frugal innovation as environmental innovation

Frugal innovation as environmental innovation Christian Le Bas International Journal of Technology Management, Vol. 83, No. 1/2/3 (2020) pp. 78 – 96 In this paper, we contribute to the literature on frugal innovation in two directions. First, we define FI as a new technological paradigm. Second, we consider FI as an environmental innovation by defining, … Read moreFrugal innovation as environmental innovation