Recently the idea of entrepreneurship as a panacea to the world’s economic ills has gained widespread popularity. But the underlying assumption – that entrepreneurship is a new concept in Africa, Latin America and south east Asia and that it refers to micro-enterprises with one employee – is based on a misconception. Read more
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