Influence of environment on social entrepreneurship intention: an empirical study related to Tunisia

Influence of environment on social entrepreneurship intention: an empirical study related to Tunisia Ines Ben Chikha; Anis Jarboui International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Vol. 5, No. 2 (2018) pp. 106 – 123 Social entrepreneurship has emerged recently as one of the best solutions that reduce social, economic and environmental problems. In this study, … Read moreInfluence of environment on social entrepreneurship intention: an empirical study related to Tunisia

Social entrepreneurship and the institutional environment

Social entrepreneurship and the institutional environment Irene Goll International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Vol. 5, No. 2 (2018) pp. 95 – 105 This study examines the effects of a country’s institutional environment on economic social entrepreneurship. The measures of a country’s institutional environment include Porter’s social progress index (SPI) and the World Economic … Read moreSocial entrepreneurship and the institutional environment

Social entrepreneurship: an emerging market perspective, some fresh evidence from Ghana

Social entrepreneurship: an emerging market perspective, some fresh evidence from Ghana Kwame Adom; Abdallah Abdul-Rahaman; Francisca Duah-Agyemang International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Vol. 5, No. 2 (2018) pp. 77 – 94 The study examined social entrepreneurship (SE) activities, SE environmental factors and the nexus of SE environment and SE. Scarce SE literature in … Read moreSocial entrepreneurship: an emerging market perspective, some fresh evidence from Ghana

The choice of marketing channel and farm profitability: Empirical evidence from small farmers

Abstract One longstanding research issue in agricultural marketing is the relationship between farm marketing channels and farm profitability. Due to the increasing consumer demand for food safety, direct‐to‐consumer marketing channels have been promoted. However, recent evidence shows that the adoption rate of farms that use direct‐to‐consumer marketing channels is still low, and it is not … Read moreThe choice of marketing channel and farm profitability: Empirical evidence from small farmers

MIT-BU law clinics help students bring innovations into the world

In 2015, the first of two MIT-Boston University law clinics was formed to provide free legal services to student innovators while giving law students experience working on technology-related legal matters. Several metrics could be used to measure the clinics’ success since then: More than 750 student teams have received support through the program over the … Read moreMIT-BU law clinics help students bring innovations into the world

Innovation in knowledge-based destination: technology-driven vs. social-driven

Innovation in knowledge-based destination: technology-driven vs. social-driven Mariapina Trunfio; Salvatore Campana International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development, Vol. 11, No. 2 (2020) pp. 176 – 199 Although academics and policymakers around the world recognise the disruptive power of the innovation, the research on innovation in tourism destinations is fragmented and manifests grey areas. The technology-driven approach … Read moreInnovation in knowledge-based destination: technology-driven vs. social-driven