Jocelyn
any one could exaplain the English meaning? i appreciate it. Question: Few, if any definitions of entrepreneurship make direct reference to the legality of entrepreneurial behaviour. In your essay, you present an argument for or against this position by reflecting on the nature and tenor of entrepreneurship in post-apartheid South Africa. Does it mean as following? Almost no definitions of entrepreneurship talk directly regarding the legality of entrepreneurial behaviour.(not quite sure the meaning 'sure, if ') It wants me to present an argument for or against this position by reflecting on the nature and tenor of entrepreneurship in post-apartheid South Africa. So I need to talk about the nature and feature of entrepreneurship in post-apartheid SA. Does it want me to talk about whether entrepreneurship in SA is legal or not. What I need to answer in this question? Thank you so much for your valuable answers.
May 29, 2010 6:20 AM
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Here are some more links to add to the collection others have given you: http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&docId=99431029 http://www.internationalentrepreneurship.com/african_entrepreneurship/South%20Africa_entrepreneur.asp I also have a PDF document that you can have if your e-mail me ([email protected])
May 30, 2010
Hello Jocelyn, It means that almost all (with exceptions) references to entrepreneurship disregard the element of legality of the activities associated with it. You are supposed to tackle this issue by referring to the nature and tenor of entrepreneurship in post-apartheid South Africa.It is indeed marked by lots of illegal activities and even informal street trading.By showing examples of such activities you will rather present an argument for this position. You can read some of the following links and form your own opinion: http://www.springerlink.com/content/21h416t47517q867/ www.allbusiness.com/government/3493208-1.html www.nu.ac.za/ccs/files/Greenberg%20LPM%20RR.pdf
May 29, 2010
Here are some handy websites for you # DOC] CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION File Format: Microsoft Word - View as HTML PREDICTING ENTREPRENEURIAL SUCCESS IN THE POST-APARTHEID ERA ... The nature of the employment contract (full or part-time), population groups (White South Africans vs. ... Since the end of apartheid in 1994, South Africa has seen its economy .... The average tenure with the company was 56.21 months and the average ... www.midwestacademy.org/Proceedings/2003/papers/barbuto.doc # Land tenure and economic development in rural South Africa ... This paper looks at land rights in South Africa and proposed legislative reforms. ... The replacement of the apartheid laws with modern land rights legislation is long ... These critics fail to grasp the nature of the reforms being proposed and the ... to entrepreneurs and to government to invest in development. ... www.odi.org.uk › Resources
May 29, 2010
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Chinese (Mandarin), English
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