Social Entrepreneurship – Policy Brief

Survival Strategies in a Turbulent Business Environment

By Merlin Mfondo, Ph.D|2024-05-10T15:35:15+00:00May 10th, 2024|Categories: actions, Publications, Social Entrepreneurship - Policy Brief|Tags: , , |

Survival Strategies in a Turbulent Business Environment: The Case of Sole Proprietorship Company (SPC) in the Northwest and Southwest (NWSW) regions of Cameroon By Merlin Mfondo, Ph.D. (Download Pdf) INTRODUCTION Each changing decade in [...]

Determinants of the Quality of Business Support in Sub-Saharan Africa

By Dr. Jean Cedric Kouam, Dr. Simplice A. Asongu, Bin Meh, Prof. Robert Nantchouang, Fri Asanga and Dr. Denis Foretia|2022-08-30T09:54:35+00:00August 30th, 2022|Categories: Economics Affairs, Publications, Social Entrepreneurship - Policy Brief|Tags: |

Business incubators are important in boosting the private sector for favorable externalities such as employment and growth opportunities that are relevant to the achievement of most sustainable development goals (SDGs) that are linked to growth, poverty and inequality (Millette et al., 2020).

Overcoming the Financial Challenges of Business Support Organizations in sub-Saharan African Countries

By Dr. Jean Cedric Kouam, Dr. Simplice A. Asongu, Bin Meh, Prof. Robert Nantchouang, Fri Asanga and Dr. Denis Foretia|2022-08-29T14:55:16+00:00August 29th, 2022|Categories: Economics Affairs, Publications, Social Entrepreneurship - Policy Brief|Tags: , , , |

By providing tailored support to the businesses they support, business development organizations can contribute to a number of sustainable development goals, which are necessary to ensure inclusive and sustainable growth but also to ensure the longevity of their businesses.

Promoting Gender Equality in Tech to Boost Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Sub-Saharan Africa

By Dr. Jean Cedric Kouam|2022-08-12T08:33:16+00:00August 12th, 2022|Categories: Economics Affairs, Publications, Social Entrepreneurship - Policy Brief|Tags: , , |

women are grossly under-represented in ICT careers. Only 30% of them are involved in scientific research in SSA, compared to 48.5% in Southeast Europe, 44.4% in the Caribbean, and 44.3% in Central Asia and Latin America.

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