Entrepreneurs and SMEs in Rwanda

The Model Pupil Paradox

Exposes current policy myths around entrepreneurs and development in Africa, demonstrating how to foster genuinely successful SMEs in low-income countries. Les mer
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Exposes current policy myths around entrepreneurs and development in Africa, demonstrating how to foster genuinely successful SMEs in low-income countries.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction
1. The Economists' Perspective on Entrepreneurship
2. A Matter of Access to Capital?
3. A Matter of Psychological Makeup?
4. Laying the Foundation for Rwanda's Development 7
5. Rwanda - The Model Pupil
6. Financing and Planning the Entrepreneurial Journey
7. Why Did the Entrepreneurs Start their Businesses?
8. What Are the Aspiring Entrepreneurs' Motives?
9. Aspiring Entrepreneurs' Attitudes to Planning
10. Aspiring Entrepreneurs' Attitudes to Finance and Risk
11. The Missing Middle
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Om forfatteren

David Poole holds a PhD in development studies from SOAS, University of London, and has previously been a guest lecturer at the University of London's Institute of Education. He previously had a successful career as a marketing consultant, spending several years heading a team of volunteers providing support for small enterprises in Rwanda.