Dr. Nicolas Hamelin, Associate Professor of Marketing and NeuroScience Lab Director at SP Jain School of Global Management, recently published a manuscript, titled ‘Entrepreneurship Driven By Opportunity and Necessity: Effects of Educations, Gender and Occupation in MENA’ (AR 8008), (AJBR 8008), in Asian Journal of Business Research (AJBR), Volume 8 Issue 2.
The study contributes to understanding how people's educational background and occupational circumstances variously pull and push them to become entrepreneurs. The study suggests that education is a policy option for increasing the pull of opportunity and thereby for increasing gender equality and sustainable employment in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
You can read Dr. Hamelin’s published manuscript here.
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