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  • Kagame Vincent Sebikari. Analysis of the public policy on small business enterprises in Uganda
    Analysis of the public policy on small business enterprises in Uganda
    Kagame Vincent Sebikari
    It has been locally and international acknowledged that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) play an important role in the economy of a country. Existing studies indicate that governments in developed and developing countries like Uganda have embarked on policies to harness and boost SMEs. The study was carried out to critical analyse the public policy on small business enterprises in Uganda taking a case study of four main districts with the highest business activities of small businesses in each region of the country, namely: Kampala in central, Mbale district in eastern, Mbarara district in western and Lira district in Northern Uganda which is a fair benchmark for other areas. It is important to note that the results of this study will benefit small business owners to know the impact of public policy and this will help to lobby with the small business enterprise support institutions. For instance, Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MFPED) may use these empirical results...
  • Comparing Electronic Commerce Solutions for Small Businesses
    Comparing Electronic Commerce Solutions for Small Businesses
    E-commerce is a new way of doing business. It is becoming increasingly important to everybody. The objective of this book is to compare various solutions and to find out the best solution for small businesses. Some commonly used technologies in developing E-commerce systems are introduced in the first three chapters. The topics covered from web standards and protocols to web planning and design, from web servers to server side programming, and most importantly, Java technology and IBM''s WebSphere. Based on these technologies, two solutions are presented: building from scratch with Java servlets and building with IBM''s WebSphere. We develop an online store with each of the solutions. The last part of the book is a comprehensive comparison. Time, complexity, performance and cost are evaluated in this comparison. A simple conclusion is drawn afterwards with our suggestions to small businesses which solution they should choose. This book will be especially useful to web designers,...
  • Ateljevic. Critical Turn in Tourism Studies
    Critical Turn in Tourism Studies
    Ateljevic
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  • Otem Moyong. District Industries Centres (DICs)- Gateway to Small Business
    District Industries Centres (DICs)- Gateway to Small Business
    Otem Moyong
    Small Business or Small Scale Industries is considered as the spring board for entrepreneurs to grow from small to big. Besides, they provide large scale employment, improve the standard of living, and ensure more equitable distribution of income and so on. Thus, to encourage the prospective entrepreneurs and to promote small scale industries, Government of India started a noble programme called as “Single Window Scheme” in the year 1978. Thus, the DIC came into existence from 1st May, 1978 toprovide all the services and facilities to entrepreneurs under a single roof for setting up and development of small and village industries. These include investigation of raw materials and other resources, supply of machinery, equipments and raw materials, arrangement of credit facilities, marketing and opening of cell for quality control, research and extension.
  • Norbert Vanhove. Economics of Tourism Destinations
    Economics of Tourism Destinations
    Norbert Vanhove
    Book DescriptionThe measurement of tourism is not an easy task. The Economics of Tourism Destinations provides a succinct guide to the economic aspects of tourism for students and practitioners alike to decipher the methods of measurement of supply, demand, trends and impacts. In nine chapters, The Economics of Tourism Destinations takes the reader through the economic characteristic of the tourism sector, to methods of measurement, tourism demand and supply, impacts and forecastingall with the focus on tourism destinations. International case studies are used throughout including tourism surveys in the UK and other European countries, congress centre in Bruges and income generation in several destinations. Aimed at year three undergraduates and postgraduate students, this text is suitable for those on master levels courses and practitioners already in the industry. * Emphasises new aspects such as measurement of tourism (e.g. Tourism Satellite Account), supply...
  • Educating Entrepreneurs: Strategies to Develop Small Businesses
    Educating Entrepreneurs: Strategies to Develop Small Businesses
    The intent of this surveyed research study was to analyze how Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) deliver educational programs within the United States and its’ territories. The survey was sent to sixty-three SBDC State Directors, all of whom responded. The data identifies patterns and variations in educational programs that are implemented at the centers. Business educators are constantly thinking of new topics to address small business owners. An SBDC that provides educational services to small company owners must take into consideration what program topics they will offer each year. SBDCs teach an array of business related topics and complex issues for small business owners to learn through the various centers. The design of the research questions were to collect and analyze the educational program information to understand how and why SBDCs provide their services in each state. The 100% response rate that completed the survey reflected the importance...
  • Carl Dahlman, Douglas Zhihua Zeng, Shuilin Wang. Enhancing China's Competitiveness Through Lifelong Learning
    Enhancing China's Competitiveness Through Lifelong Learning
    Carl Dahlman, Douglas Zhihua Zeng, Shuilin Wang
    This book discusses the issues and steps involved in building a lifelong learning system in China, including: a coherent policy framework, a sound incentive and institutional framework, a sound regulatory environment, a coordinated governance process, a timely and reliable management information system, a dynamic link with the evolving global system, and the optimal use of limited resources.
  • Demeke Afework Tessema. Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
    Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
    Demeke Afework Tessema
    In spite of the differences in definition of entrepreneurship, there are common aspects such as risk taking, creativity, independence, and rewards. Entrepreneurship is currently being embraced by educational institutions, governments, societies, and corporations. Schools are increasing their emphasis on entrepreneurship in terms of courses and academic research. In Europe many universities have started programs in entrepreneurship. There has also been an increase in academic research, endowed chairs and centers of entrepreneurial activity. Governments have also promoted the growth of entrepreneurship. Individuals are encouraged to form new businesses and provided tax incentives, roads, and a communications system to facilitate this creative process.
  • David Butler. Enterprise Planning and Development: small business and enterprise start-up survival and growth
    Enterprise Planning and Development: small business and enterprise start-up survival and growth
    David Butler
    Enterprise Planning and Development outlines the options and risks involved in setting up a business. It shows how to avoid this failure by focusing on the planning stage and building on this framework as the business develops. The book contains all the underpinning factual information required to prepare a successful Business Plan for presentation to a bank manager, or an alternative potential source of finance, or for use in an NVQ portfolio. It is in line with the major syllabuses for Business Start-Up, and can be used as a course book for anyone completing a formal NVQ level 3 and 4 qualification in this area, with tips on NVQ structure and assessment. Enterprise Planning and Development shows how to make the most of business growth and also how to deal with the different types of problems that are encountered along the way. All businesses pass through several stages of growth and it occurs for a number of reasons, such as change in the commercial market, increased...
  • Anthony Giddens. Europe in the Global Age
    Europe in the Global Age
    Anthony Giddens
    Europe 's social model - its system of welfare and social protection - is regarded by many as the jewel in the crown. It is what helps to give the European societies their distinctive qualities of social cohesion and care for the vulnerable. Over recent years, however, the social model has come under great strain in many states within the European Union - unemployment, for example, remains stubbornly high. The resulting tensions have fuelled dissatisfaction with the European project as a whole, culminating the rejection of Europe 's proposed new constitution.Reform of the social model is therefore a matter of urgency. It has to go hand in hand with the quest to regenerate economic growth. The weaker performers in Europe over the past few years can learn a good deal from states that have coped more effectively. But more radical changes need to be contemplated in the face of the impact of globalization, rapidly increasing cultural diversity and changing demography. The author argues...
  • Enock Nkonoki. Factors limiting small business success
    Factors limiting small business success
    Enock Nkonoki
    The aim of this study was to determine the factors that limit the growth/and or success of small businesses in Tanzania and to try and suggest solutions to these factors. Nine interviews were conducted which included six small business owners and three officials representing three organizations. The results obtained identified a number of limiting factors to small firm growth. The author saw it as a merit to group the results into two groups; limiting factors that are internal to the firm and those that are external to the firm.The author concludes by making following main recommendations; firstly a reform of the SME policy by the government, a search of an adequate business education by the small business community and trying to develop services and the maintenance of good relationships with small business owners by other stakeholders like the financial institutions.
  • Handbook of the Economics of Giving, Altruism and Reciprocity, Volume 2: Applications (Handbooks in Economics)
    Handbook of the Economics of Giving, Altruism and Reciprocity, Volume 2: Applications (Handbooks in Economics)
    The Handbook on the Economics of Giving, Reciprocity and Altruism provides a comprehensive set of reviews of literature on the economics of nonmarket voluntary transfers. The foundations of the field are reviewed first, with a sequence of chapters that present the hard core of the theoretical and empirical analyses of giving, reciprocity and altruism in economics, examining their relations with the viewpoints of moral philosophy, psychology, sociobiology, sociology and economic anthropology. Secondly, a comprehensive set of applications are considered of all the aspects of society where nonmarket voluntary transfers are significant: family and intergenerational transfers; charity and charitable institutions; the nonprofit economy; interpersonal relations in the workplace; the Welfare State; and international aid. *Every volume contains contributions from leading researchers *Each Handbook presents an accurate, self-contained survey of a particular topic *The series...
  • Jeffrey S. Harrison. Hospitality Strategic Management : Concepts and Cases
    Hospitality Strategic Management : Concepts and Cases
    Jeffrey S. Harrison
    Book DescriptionUseful and comprehensive executive-level coverage of strategic management Hospitality Strategic Management: Concepts and Cases offers a complete, comprehensive, and managerially useful treatment of strategic management inthe hospitality industry. This up-to-date resource provides the most relevant models, theories, and hospitality practices for those interested in managing effectively in today's competitive international hospitality industry. Hospitality Strategic Management provides a realistic, balanced, and current view of the field by considering the practical aspects of the strategic manager's role, including the acquisition, development, and management of internal resources (such as people, knowledge, financial capital, and physical assets) and relationships with external stakeholders (such as guests, suppliers, owners, franchisors, venture partners, and governmental agencies). Throughout the book, examples and best practices of...
  • Fox, Jeffrey J. How To Make Big Money In Your Own Small Business
    How To Make Big Money In Your Own Small Business
    Fox, Jeffrey J
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  • Robert S. Frey. Increasing Your Success as a Small Business Leader
    Increasing Your Success as a Small Business Leader
    Robert S. Frey
    What leaders think they are good at (self-efficacy) influences their decisions about allocating resources within their small organizations. Data analyzed from 577 U.S.-based small business leaders indicate that knowing a business owner’s perceived area of self-efficacy improves the ability to predict that owner’s allocation of resources. Results of this study can be applied to developing a decision-making model with significant practical application. This model might be leveraged for such key business decisions as hiring, budgeting, staffing, controlling general and administrative costs, and outsourcing decisions. The key is for leaders in small companies to learn to rely on others with proven expertise and hands-on experience in business areas outside of their particular sphere of self-perceived expertise. They would benefit from developing a balanced organization that includes a cross-section of business infrastructure knowledge within their management team. Small business...
  • Falconer Mitchell, J. Smith, J. Reaid. Information System Development in the Small Firm
    Information System Development in the Small Firm
    Falconer Mitchell, J. Smith, J. Reaid
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  • Tom Powers. Introduction to the Hospitality Industry
    Introduction to the Hospitality Industry
    Tom Powers
    Book DescriptionThe updated edition of this classic introductory textbook. Accompanied by NRAEF student workbook for use in its ProMgmt. certificate program, this book offers a comprehensive treatment of the entire hospitality industry, thoroughly updated to reflect the latest trends in the hospitality, foodservice, and travel/tourism industries. It provides learning objectives, summaries, review questions, and key terms concepts, along with real-life case histories.
  • Renee Just. Leadership, Generations and Small Business
    Leadership, Generations and Small Business
    Renee Just
    The Small Business Administration (2009) reported the small business sector employs approximately half of U.S. workers and creates 60–80% of all new jobs. The U.S. workforce is now comprised of four different generational cohort groups, each group with its own history, value-shaping experiences, and motivational patterns. This is a quantitative study, a survey of leaders in the direct-to-consumer catalog industry with revenues ranging from $15–100 million. The first purpose of this study was to determine the degree to which leadership styles are used by four different generational cohorts (Veterans, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Generation Y) of small business leaders in the direct-to-consumer catalog industry. The second purpose of this research was to determine how well the degree of leadership style predicts organizational outcomes in these small business organizations. This research bridges a gap in the literature on leadership styles, organizational outcomes and the...
  • Asoka Gunaratne. Promoting Post Start-up Small Businesses
    Promoting Post Start-up Small Businesses
    Asoka Gunaratne
    The challenges facing entrepreneurial owner-managers (OMs) in developing countries have never been greater than today. These businesses are typically hampered by lack of technical skills, managerial competencies, and financial resources. Now they compete not only with other businesses in the same street, district, town, region, or home country but also with global companies operating beyond their home market. Within this context, this book acquaints the reader with the challenges faced by OMs in developing countries and the pragmatic, creative approaches these entrepreneurs use to overcome the barriers to their survival and growth. The book presents a ‘wish list’ of assistance these OMs hope will result through the wise adoption of appropriate policy by their domestic governments. However, many fail to survive the first few years of their struggle for existence. Accordingly, the book presents detailed results derived from a study of small businesses in Sri Lanka. The study identifies...
  • Olakunle Lemboye and Bertha Kyere-Frempong. Re-orienting Small Businesses towards Sustaining their Business Goals
    Re-orienting Small Businesses towards Sustaining their Business Goals
    Olakunle Lemboye and Bertha Kyere-Frempong
    The book is aimed at presenting the business strategies of young small businesses in Finland and Ireland. Needless to say, those young small businesses are critical to many economies despite their size. Studying their operational strategies and finding ways to re orient them to attain and sustain their business goals despite being faced with economic challenges, is therefore of scholastic interest Many businesses struggle to sustain projected business goals, gain competitive advantage and survive today‘s market. Today’s businesses needs to look beyond their traditional product and service offerings and constantly reviewing their operations to accommodate economic challenges in order to survive. By business goals, we refer to what a firm intends to become and to achieve at some point in time; these are often stated in competitive terms. In other words, it is an observable and measurable operational result with objective(s) to be achieved within a period of time. To sustaining a...

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