PART I: Inclusive growth 1. Transformational entrepreneurship and SMEs: An emerging country context 2. Integral integrated insight: Reflections for transformational entrepreneurship 3. Entrepreneurial orientation and performance in conditions of poverty 4. What drives female entrepreneurship in African developing countries? 5. Relevance of entrepreneurship in teacher education: Stakeholders' perspective in Tanzania PART II: Sustainable entrepreneurship: Environmental, financial and cultural contexts 6. Eco-entrepreneurship: A reparation of environmental degradation in Ghana 7. Innovation in Zambia's wetland farming as a stimulus to rural entrepreneurship 8. Entrepreneurship as the livelihood mainstay in economic turbulence: Perspectives of Zimbabwean youth enterprises 9. Globalisation and enterprise support in African arts and culture: A Ghanaian context 10. Review of entrepreneurship, micro, small and medium enterprise financing schemes in Ghana PART III: Entrepreneurial ecosystems: Education and policy 11. Youth programmes and entrepreneurship education at the higher school level in sub-Saharan Africa 12. Teaching and learning entrepreneurship in Tanzanian higher education institutions: A systematic literature review (1961 to 2018) 13. Institutional determinants and entrepreneurial mindsets of universityeducated youth in sub-Saharan Africa 14. Barriers to entrepreneurship education coordinated by the Entrepreneurship Development Centres (EDCs) in Nigeria 15. Role of incubation centres in supporting youth employment: An assessment of selected cases in Tanzania
Stephen Dobson is a Lecturer in Creativity and Enterprise, School of Performance and Cultural Industries at the University of Leeds. He is also the book review Editor for the International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. He researches creative enterprise, entrepreneurial identity and place.Paul Jones is Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Head of the Business Department at Swansea University's School of Management. He is also Editor of the International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research and Associate Editor for the International Journal of Management Education.Daniel Agyapong is Associate Professor in Finance and Entrepreneurship at the University of Cape Coast. He has over 50 research outputs in the areas of SME financing and sustainable finance. He has been involved in the Switch Africa Green project and the German-African University Partnership Platform for the Development of Entrepreneurs and SMEs.Gideon Maas is the Executive Director of the International Centre for Transformational Entrepreneurship at Coventry University. He focuses on entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial universities, entrepreneurial ecosystems and family businesses. His research activities are industry and academic related, and he has published various books and articles in the public domain.