Entrepreneurship in Small Island States and Territories Hardback
Part of the Routledge Studies in Entrepreneurship series
Entrepreneurship in Small Island States and Territories is the first publication to consider the `creative' side of enterprise in small island states and territories.
Rather than playing out as remote, vulnerable and dependent backwaters of neo-colonialism, the world's small island states and territories (with resident populations of less than 1 million) show considerable resourcefulness in facing up to the very real challenges of their predicament.
The creative endeavours of their residents, facilitated by adroit public policy, has created economic and investment opportunities that translate into some private sector employment and decent livelihoods for many.
Their ingenuity, coupled with strategic investments and the support of the diaspora, has led to a suite of (sometimes unlikely) products and services: from citizenship and higher-level internet domain names, to place-branded foods and beverages; from electronic gaming to niche manufacturing. There is much more to small island survival than subsistence farming, aid, remittances and public sector workfare.
Entrepreneurship in Small Island States and Territories helps to dispel this myth, showcasing an aspect of life in small island states and territories that is rarely documented or critically reviewed.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 312 pages
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 04/06/2015
- Category: Economics of industrial organisation
- ISBN: 9781138789982