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underdevelopment of indigenous entrepreneurship in Nigeria

E. O. Akeredolu-Ale

underdevelopment of indigenous entrepreneurship in Nigeria

by E. O. Akeredolu-Ale

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Published by Ibadan University Press in Ibadan .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria.
    • Subjects:
    • Entrepreneurship.,
    • Business enterprises -- Nigeria.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementby E. O. Akeredolu-Ale.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB615 .A6
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 119 p. :
      Number of Pages119
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4297207M
      LC Control Number78325499

      This study will also highlight the problems and challenges of entrepreneurship; there is also a list of some indigenous entrepreneurs. Finally, we will carefully examine the roles of indigenous entrepreneurship on Nigeria economy. Port Harcourt. The capital of city of Rivers State us used as our geographical location. SIGNIFICANT OF THE STUDY.   List of major problems of entrepreneurship in Nigeria and possible solutions. All over the world today, the major sector driving more income and capacity to any country is the number of successful businesses any entrepreneur was able to make and the success of these businesses has a volume and tones role to play in the national development and GDP of such nation.

      THE PRACTICE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN NIGERIA: (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED ENTREPRENEURS IN ENUGU STATE) ABSTRACT Entrepreneurship as we all know is a self employed business which is written for student who must live in a world influenced by business activities, because without business human being cannot operate on his own self. Akeredolu-Ale, Ekundayo Oladipo. Underdevelopment of Indigenous Entrepreneurship in : Ibadan University Press. Google Scholar.

      responsible for the underdevelopment of Hausa entrepreneurship had explored causes such as culture, politics, and, colonialism. However, additional factors need to be identified to elaborate on the reasons that are hindering the growth and development of the Hausa entrepreneurs in Nigeria. That is why it is imperative for a study to be conducted to. “ A Socio-historical Study of the Development of Entrepreneurship among the Ijebu of Western Nigeria,” African Studies Review, 3 (12 ), – See also Howard, Allen M., “ The Relevance of Spatial Analysis for African Economic History—The Sierra Leone Guinea System,” Journal of African History, 3 (),


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Akeredolu-Ale, E.O. Underdevelopment of indigenous entrepreneurship in Nigeria. Ibadan: Ibadan University Press, Recently, Indigenous entrepreneurship, that is, entrepreneurship by Indigenous people such as M aori in New Zealand, has received a lot of attention (Chan et al., ;Croce, ; Dana, Egwu U Egwu et al.

Entrepreneurship & Intrapreneurshp principles and Practice (A book of reading) Akeredolu-Ale, E.O. The underdevelopment of indigenous entrepreneurs in Nigeria. Akpmi, M.E.

Developing entrepreneurship education programme (EEP) for Higher education Institutions (HEIs) in Nigeria. ABSTRACT Generally this study seeks to explore the role of entrepreneurship development in Nigeria Economy, with a case study of the hungry man restaurant.

To find out if there is significance in the role played by entrepreneurship in Nigeria, also to emphasize the need for entrepreneurship in an economy, examining the participation of. Journal of Education and Practice ISSN (Paper) ISSN X (Online) Vol 3, No 14, Since early ’s, Nigeria.

Adekola, E.O. The Underdevelopment of Indigenous Entrepreneurs in Nigeria. Ibadan: University Press. Adewole, A. Sustainable Entrepreneurial Development and the Problems of Business Ethical Practice in Nigeria. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 6(1), ).

Aliyu, M. Subject Method for Business. THE Underdevelopment of indigenous entrepreneurship in Nigeria book OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA ECONOMY ABSTRACT Generally this study seeks to explore the role of entrepreneurship development in Nigeria Economy, with a case study of the hungry man restaurant.

To find out if there is significance in the role played by entrepreneurship in Nigeria, also to emphasize the need for entrepreneurship in an economy.

Akeredolu-Ale, ‘Private Foreign Investment and the Underdevelopment of Indigenous Entrepreneurship in Nigeria’ in Gavin Williams (ed.), Nigeria: Economy and Society (London: Rex Collings, ). Google Scholar. Read further about these successful entrepreneurs in Nigeria and their business, and get inspired by their willpower and leadership skills.

List of successful entrepreneurs in Nigeria. Here are the top 10 most successful business persons in the country and the influence they have on entrepreneurship in Nigeria. The underdevelopment of indigenous entrepreneurship in Nigeria; Ibadan: Ibadan University Press.

Akpor-Robaro, M. The impact of socio-cultural environment on entrepreneurial emergence, a theoretical analysis of Nigerian society. mainly to study the phenomenology of underdevelopment, and to prescribe appropriate policies to eradicate it.

Theories developed by development economists have encompassed the theoretical underpinnings of empirical facts drawn across the board from socio-economic-political realms of life of many poor countries.

13 Akeredolu-Ale, E.O, The Underdevelopment of Indigenous Entrepreneu rship in Nigeria, Ibadan, Though, the independence of most African nations were celebrated with the physical. A Social Entrepreneurial Model from Nigeria Kemi Ogunyemi Lecturer, Business Ethics and Anthropology, Department of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Lagos Business School, Pan-African University, P.O.

Box Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria, Tel: + 1email: [email protected] 7 An Institutional Analysis of Entrepreneurship Development in Nigeria Abel Ezeoha and Afam Ituma 8 Entrepreneurship Development in Africa: Insights from Nigeria’s and Zimbabwe’s Telecoms Nnamdi O.

Madichie, Knowledge Mpofu and Jerry Kolo 9 The Development of Entrepreneurship in Sudan Yagoub Ali Gangi and Hesham E. Mohammed activity, risk and opportunity. The book draws together research from leading author-ities on entrepreneurship, providing a comprehensive and fascinating range of case studies of indigenous peoples from across Africa, Asia, Europe, the Americas and the South Pacific.

development or under-development is the reflection of the abundance or scarcity of entrepreneurship in any society. Statement of the Problem We are to investigate the existence between entrepreneurship growth and economic advancement in Nigeria with respect to: Fall of national revenue via the fall of oil.

This volume of Advanced Series in Management traces the origins, development, and key themes of the business practices of Nigeria’s south-eastern Igbos including apprenticeships, entrepreneurial clusters, sales practices, conflict management, talent recruitment, indigenous financial practices, locally-generated venture capital, family businesses, and succession planning.

The entrepreneur has been seen as an actor, innovator or a developer of technology. However, the summary of what entrepreneurship means will reflect the individual definer’s point of view. For Inegbehebor (), in Akanwa and Akpanabia (), entrepreneurship is the willingness and ability of an individual to seek out investment.

Entrepreneurship allows Indigenous women to achieve financial independence and stability while also elevating and transforming their communities. Nevertheless, persistent barriers such as the lack of equity, credit, confidence and financial literacy discourage and often prevent Indigenous women from becoming entrepreneurs.

Journal of Education and Practice ISSN (Paper) ISSN X (Online) Vol 3, No 14, Entrepreneurship Education In Nigeria. entrepreneurship education in Nigeria. Keywords: Entrepreneurship education, Nigeria, pre-colonial, post colonial INTRODUCTION In every society, whether developed, developing or underdeveloped, education has been considered as a viable tool for the preservation of culture and a means for achieving personal and national emancipation.[7], pages: 23 cm Introduction ; Nigeria: a political economy / Gavin Williams -- Urban growth and urban government: contradictions in the colonial political economy / R.K.

Home -- The emirate system and Tiv reaction to 'pagan' status in northern Nigeria / J.I. Tseayo -- Colonial education and Nigerian society / Otonti Nduka -- Private foreign investment and the underdevelopment of.entrepreneurship will contribute to growth and employment creation in advanced, emerging and least developed economies alike.

In Nigeria, studies have been carried out on the effect of entrepreneurship development on the problem of high unemployment rate, high level of poverty and slow economic growth rate (Adejumo, ; Ariyo.