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Such estimates in distance reductions were not only measured for coastal countries, but also computed for inland countries.
Birley and Westhead (1993) suggest that multiple business ownership results from a growth strategy while Alsos and Kolvereid (1998) add that additional businesses may be a strategy for tax reduction.
Apart from Kibwana who was appointed by the President, the CS for Transport and Infrastructure also appointed five new members to the board.
Jihad, 24, who also did not give Al Jazeera his last name, said that while Palestinians have reacted with anger, their response remains limited.
It has also paved the way for Lynch's best female characters, who have tended to serve mostly as ciphers for a protagonist's desires and revulsion.
The book also provides multiple entryways for researchers to incorporate a gendered perspective into their own work.
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) not only create a sizeable chunk of nations' wealth but also account for its preservation if managed and planned prudently and objectively.
In addition to measuring the role conflict that exists for individual family members, there is also the potential for affective conflict to occur among and between family members.
It is crucial to understand how age and gender affects entrepreneurial innovation activity, as it would definitely have policy implications as to how to better enhance the performance of innovative age groups, and the economy at large, addressing issues such as the glass ceiling effect in public and private organizations and finding ways to enhance women innovation initiatives (Alsos, Ljunggren, & Hytti, 2013).
their on-going pluriactive businesses because these businesses can impact rural economies, wellbeing and wealth creation for individuals (Alsos, Carter, Ljunggren & Welter, 2011; Kinsella, Wilson, De Jong & Rentig, 2000) and their families.
It also assisted in the Alsos Program to uncover the Germans' nuclear weapons program.
Although agriculture has been ignored in most entrepreneurial studies and datasets (Alsos et al., 2011), several authors have argued that LFSs contribute to the local entrepreneurial spirit (Lyson, 2004; and Lyson, Gillespie, and Hilchey, 1995).
The market opportunities can be understood as situations in which new goods, services, raw materials and organizational methods can be introduced and sold, generating higher profits than the production costs (Schumpeter, 1934; Casson, 1982 cited by Alsos & Kaikkonen , 2004).