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An empirically justified theory of successful indigenous entrepreneurship : a case study of the Osoyoos Indian Band

conference contribution
posted on 2006-01-01, 00:00 authored by B Kayseas, Kevin Hindle, R Anderson
The Osoyoos Indian Band case study signals the beginning of a PhD research project that will take approximately three years to complete. Taken in isolation, the objectives for the Osoyoos case study are modest. We want to refine our theoretical model and improve the case study protocol before embarking on a set of 5 case studies to explore Indigenous entrepreneurship; what it is, what communities do to succeed and a generalized definition of a successful venture from an Indigenous Canadian perspective.

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Event

Regional Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research. Conference (3rd : 2006 : Auckland, New Zealand)

Pagination

224 - 240

Publisher

AGSE

Location

Auckland, New Zealand

Place of publication

[Auckland, New Zealand]

Start date

2006-02-08

End date

2006-02-10

ISBN-13

9780855908171

ISBN-10

0855908173

Language

eng

Publication classification

E1.1 Full written paper - refereed

Copyright notice

2006, AGSE

Title of proceedings

AGSE 2006 : Regional frontiers of entrepreneurship research 2006 : Proceedings of the 3rd Regional Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research conference, 2006

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