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Entrepreneurship and Management in an Islamic Context


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1 An Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Management in an Islamic Context.- 2 Islamic Entrepreneurship and Management: Culture, religion and society.- 3 Islamic Leadership Models: Lessons from Early Islam.- 4 Micro-Entrepreneurial Motivations in Ghana: Do Muslims Differ?.- 5 The Process of New Venture Creation in the Islamic World: An Organizing Framework.- 6 Ethnic and Migrant Entrepreneurship: The Case of Muslim Lebanese Entrepreneurs in Dearborn.- 7 The Foundation of Islamic Knowledge Management Practices.- 8 Islamic finance: Entrepreneurial management perspective.- 9 Ethics and Social Responsibility in Islamic Finance.-10 Social Entrepreneurship in an Islamic context.- 11 Youth Entrepreneurship in an Islamic Context.- 12 Female Micro-entrepreneurship: The Key to Economic Growth and Development in Islamic Economies.- 13 Encouraging Female Entrepreneurship in Jordan: Environmental Factors, Obstacles and Challenges.- 14 Islamic entrepreneurship and management: Future research directions.

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Veland Ramadani is an Associate Professor at South-East European University, Republic of Macedonia, where he teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in entrepreneurship and small business management. He is Coordinator of Integrated Study Programme Department: Contemporary Enterprise Management, within South-East European University. He formerly served as Visiting Lecturer of Entrepreneurship at Universum College and AAB University, Republic of Kosovo. His research interests include entrepreneurship, small business management and venture capital investments. He authored or co-authored more than forty research articles and ten books. Among his recent books is 'Family businesses in transition economies', published by Springer. Veland also serves as a member of editorial and reviewer board of several international journals. He was engaged by the President of Republic of Macedonia as a member of experts' committee to analyse the economical, technological and juridical conditions for establishing techno-parks in the Republic of Macedonia. He has also delivered different trainings to the heads of departments in the Ministry of Economy of Macedonia. Leo-Paul Dana earned BA and MBA degrees at McGill University and a PhD from HEC-Montreal. He is (full) Professor at Montpellier Business School l (member of Montpellier Research in Management) and member of the Entrepreneurship & Innovation chair, part of LabEx Entrepreneurship (University of Montpellier, France); classified as a "laboratory of excellence" LabEx Entrepreneurship is funded by the French government in recognition of high-level research initiatives in the human and natural sciences (Labex Entreprendre, ANR-10-Labex-11-01). He also holds the honorary title of Adjunct Professor at the University of Regina, in Canada. He formerly served as Visiting Professor of Entrepreneurship at INSEAD and Deputy Director of the International Business MBA Programme at Nanyang Business School. He has published extensively in a variety of leading journals including the British Food Journal, Cornell Quarterly, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, Journal of Small Business Management, Journal of World Business, and Small Business Economics. His research interests focus on cultural issues, including the internationalization of entrepreneurship. He is Editor Emeritus of the Journal of International Entrepreneurship (Springer). Among his books is 'Entrepreneurship and Religion' published by Edward Elgar.Shqipe Gerguri-Rashiti is an Assistant Professor and teaches mostly undergraduate courses in management and information systems at College of Business Administration, American University of Middle-East (Kuwait). Previously, she has taught at South East European University (Macedonia). Her research interests include entrepreneurship, management, strategic management, management information systems, etc. Among her recent book is 'Female entrepreneurship in transition economies'. She authored research articles in journals such as Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies and Strategic Change: Briefings in Entrepreneurial Finance. Besides she works as a Lecturer, she has been also involved in managing UNDP projects within the South-East European University, Macedonia.Vanessa Ratten is an Associate Professor (Entrepreneurship and Innovation) at La Trobe Business School, La Trobe University. Dr Ratten is the discipline coordinator of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at La Trobe Business School. She teaches both undergraduate, postgraduate and Executive Education courses on Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Sport Innovation, Management and Marketing for Sustainable Value Creation and Entrepreneurial Business Planning. Ratten's main research areas include entrepreneurship (especially sport entrepreneurship, developing country entrepreneurship and international entrepreneurship) and innovation (focusing on technological innovation, cloud computing, mobile commerce). She has published on a wide range of subjects including European entrepreneurship, Asian entrepreneurship and tourism marketing.

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