Brave spirits on new paths : toward a globally relevant paradigm of Indigenous entrepreneurship research
Hindle, Kevin and Lansdowne, Michele 2005, Brave spirits on new paths : toward a globally relevant paradigm of Indigenous entrepreneurship research, Journal of small business and entrepreneurship, vol. 18, no. 2, Spring, pp. 131-141.
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This is the first study in a series aimed at strengthening research in the emerging field of Indigenous entrepreneurship. A literature survey revealed two dominant themes: the need to reconcile tradition with innovation and the need to understand how Indigenous world-views and values impact upon enterprise. Four relevant theoretical contexts guided an empirical investigation employing depth interviews with 40 selected opinion leaders representing two cultures: Indigenous Australian and American Indian. Data evaluation culminated in the formal articulation of a paradigm for Indigenous entrepreneurship research. Discussion focused on utility of the paradigm and future research directions.
Special issue on Indigenous entrepreneurship.
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