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The impact of entrepreneurial characteristics and business practices on the long term survival of small and medium enterprises (SMEs)
(University of the Free State, 2011)
In South Africa, entrepreneurial ventures have a low survival rate as entrepreneurs start businesses but are unable to turn them into sustainable businesses (Foxcroft, Wood, Segal, Herrington and Kew, 2002: 14). Fatoki and ...
Returns on initial public offerings (IPOs) on the Johannesburg Securities Exchange (JSE): success and failure patterns
(University of the Free State, 2013-07)
Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) offer a fresh source of capital that is vital to the growth of the company and provides the company and existing shareholders a liquid market for their shares. An IPO renders investors an ...
Role salience and the growth intention of women entrepreneurs: does work-life balance make a difference?
(Cambridge University Press, 2021)
Work and family are two of the most competing and salient roles in the life of every individual. As such, individuals often make behavioral decisions based on the relative salience (work or family) they attach to these ...