In the first stage, life values affect the decision to enter the workforce. https://doi.org/10.1108/17566261011079242 Download as .
In the second stage, work values impact the type of employment sought: entrepreneur vs employee.
Bangkok, August 2, 2018 — We proudly announce that two projects from our Research Programme have been awarded at the Diana International Entrepreneurship Research Conference, held in Bangkok, July 31 – August 2, 2018. The street food sector in Sub-Saharan Africa is a source of affordable and nutritious meals for the urban poor, while also being an important source of income for the women who dominate this sector.
Despite the importance of this sector, many micro- and informal enterprises are labelled as “survivalist”, beyond the reach of common development policies which give priority to so-called growth-oriented enterprises.
The Diana Project was established in 1999 by Professors Candida Brush, Nancy Carter, Elizabeth Gatewood, Patricia Greene and Myra Hart—in partnership with the Entrepreneurship and Small Business Research Institute (ESBRI) in Stockholm—to provide a platform for research and scholarship focusing on women entrepreneurs and business growth across continents, cultures and contexts.
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