4 edition of Tourism and Small Entrepreneurs: Development, National Policy, and Entrepreneurial Culture found in the catalog.
by Cognizant Communication Corp
Written in English
|Contributions||Heidi Dahles (Editor), Karin Bras (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||165|
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Book Review. The following excerpts are from a book review by Dimitrios Buhalis, University of Surrey, appearing in Information Technology & Tourism, Vol. 3(2),pp. Tourism & Small Entrepreneurs, Development, National Policy, and Entrepreneurial Culture: Indonesian Dahles and Karin Bras (Eds.).
Although the book is rooted on entrepreneurship and small and medium-sized Tourism and Small Entrepreneurs: Development enterprises, it also covers a whole range of tourism policy and planning issues for the destination and a wider context for the particular study.
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Edited by Heidi Dahles and Karin Bras. Cognizant Communication Corporation, New York, pp. (illustrations, references, index, map). ISBN 1‐‐27‐4 (soft cover)Author: David J.
Telfer. Dahles, HSmall Businesses in the Indonesian Tourism Industry: Entrepreneurship or Employment. in H Dahles & CH Bras (eds), Tourism and Small Entrepreneurs. Development, National Policy and Entrepreneurial Culture: Indonesian Cases. Cognizant Communication Corporation, New York, pp.
DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO. Driven by data. Go to page top Go back to contents Go back to site navigation. This book explains the following topics: Qualities and Functions of Entrepreneurs, Role of Entrepreneur in Economic Growth, Competing Theories of Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Development Programmes in India, Government Policy Towards Ssi’s, Entrepreneurial Behaviours And Motivation, N-achievement and Rural Entrepreneurship, Creativity.
Introduction. Tourism has long been perceived as a fertile field for entrepreneurial initiatives (Li, ; Nikraftar & Hosseini, ) due to a predominance of small firms and relatively low entry barriers (Shaw & Williams, ; Williams, Shaw, & Greenwood, ).These same factors have repeatedly led to tourism entrepreneurship being premised on its potential to empower women (Hanson, Entrepreneurship Development 5 Entrepreneurship has a major contribution in the growth of national economy.
So, it is very important to acknowledge the motivational features spurring people to become entrepreneurs and explaining why some are more successful than others. An enterprise is. 21 Questions on Entrepreneurship elaborates on all the possible challenges a nascent entrepreneur might face at the beginning of their journey, with a wide range spanning building company culture.
I have always been rather perplexed why areas such as entrepreneurship and small business management have not been explored more in tourism literature. After all, the tourism and hospitality industry is mostly made up of small firms. In some countries the ratio is very high, for example, this book argues that in the UK % of all hotels and restaurants employ fewer than 50 people.
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Tourism and small entrepreneurs. Development, national policy and entrepreneurial culture: Indonesian cases. between entrepreneurship and development; and (iii) fresh insights for entrepreneurship policy for development that emerges from recent advanced in this area, including female entrepreneurship in developing countries.
JEL Classification: M13, O10, O17, O Keywords: entrepreneurship, development, small business, private sector development. In the regional and global development of tourism with its dynamic and continously variable structure, entrepreneurship is a critic factor.
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