Toward a theory of transformative entrepreneuring

Jutta Tobias Mortlock discusses how entrepreneurship may catalyze prosperity as well as peace in entrenched poverty–conflict zones. Jutta talks on the conceptualization of transformative entrepreneuring by assessing interrelationships between poverty and conflict indicators from the perspective of rural dwellers in Rwanda’s entrepreneurial coffee sector.

 

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