LB5221 - Indigenous and Ethnic Entrepreneurship
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The subject explores culturally rich and unique models of Indigenous entrepreneurship
and juxtaposes against Western notions of entrepreneurship. This enables a full appreciation
of the major differences and opportunities which may arise from their recognition
including entrepreneurial predisposition of culturally diverse individuals. This subject
similarly scrutinizes models of ethnic entrepreneurship to understand the enablers
of ethnic entrepreneurial success and factors which present major challenges.
- evaluate the cultural impacts upon Western, Ethic and Indigenous models of entrepreneurship;
- critically analyse Western, Ethnic and Indigenous models of entrepreneurship;
- critically analyse the enablers of Western, Ethic and Indigenous models of entrepreneurship
and those factors which limit their success.
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