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Abdallah, Gorah K., Masurel, Enno, Naudé, Wim A., and Eijdenberg, Emiel L. (2021) Unboxing entrepreneurial motivations in Tanzania: business-related and personal-related factors. Journal of African Business. (In Press)

Abdallah, Gorah, and Eijdenberg, Emiel (2019) Entry and stay in the informal economy: qualitative findings from a least developed country. Journal of Enterprising Culture, 27 (2). pp. 115-145.

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Choongo, Progress, Eijdenberg, Emiel L., Chabala, Mwansa, Lungu, John, and Taylor, Thomas K. (2020) The evolution of urban entrepreneurship in Zambia. In: Iftikhar, Muhammed N., Justice, Jonathan B., and Audretsch, David B., (eds.) Urban Studies and Entrepreneurship. The Urban Book Series . Springer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 249-269.

Choongo, Progress, Eijdenberg, Emiel L., Lungu, John, Chabala, Mwansa, Taylor, Thomas K., and Masurel, Enno (2020) The influence of environmental pollution and drought on the satisfaction with life of entrepreneurs in Zambia's mining sector. In: Chaiechi, Taha, (ed.) Economic Effects of Natural Disasters: theoretical foundations, methods, and tools. Elsevier, London, UK, pp. 147-160.

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Eijdenberg, Emiel L., Isaga, Nsubili M., Paas, Leonard J., and Masurel, Enno (2021) Fluid entrepreneurial motivations in Tanzania. Journal of African Business, 22 (2).

Eijdenberg, Emiel L., and Thompson, Neil A. (2020) Entrepreneurs’ creative responses to institutional challenges: insider perspectives from sub-Saharan Africa. Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, United Kingdom.

Eijdenberg, Emiel L., and Thompson, Neil A. (2020) Jump for joy: happiness as the route to increased living standards of entrepreneurs in Zambia. Small Enterprise Research, 27 (2). pp. 240-257.

Eijdenberg, Emiel L., Thompson, Neil A., Verduijn, Karen, and Essers, Caroline (2019) Entrepreneurial activities in a developing country: an institutional theory perspective. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research, 25 (3). pp. 414-432.

Eijdenberg, Emiel L. (2019) Exploring sustainability orientation of MSME-owners in Tanzania. Journal of Enterprising Culture, 27 (1). pp. 35-59.

Eijdenberg, Emiel L., and Ehmann, Lena (2019) Exploring wellbeing indicators of women micro entrepreneurs in Zambia. In: Lepeley, Maria-Teresa, Kuschel, Katherina, Beutell, Nicholas, Pouw, Nicky, and Eijdenberg, Emiel L., (eds.) Wellbeing of Women in Entrepreneurship: a global perspective. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 359-373.

Eijdenberg, Emiel L., Sabokwigina, Deo, and Masurel, Enno (2019) Performance and environmental sustainability orientations in the informal economy of a least developed country. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research, 25 (1). pp. 129-149.

Emodi, Nnaemeka Vincent, Murthy, Girish Panchakshara, Emodi, Chinenye Comfort, and Emodi, Adaeze Saratu Augusta (2017) A literature review on the factors influencing patent propensity. International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management, 14 (3). 1750015.

Eijdenberg, Emiel, Paas, Leonard J., and Masurel, Enno (2017) Decision-making and small business growth in Burundi. Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies, 9 (1). pp. 35-64.

Eijdenberg, Emiel L., and van Montfort, Kees (2017) Explaining firm performance in African least developed countries: evidence from Burundi and Tanzania. International Review of Entrepreneurship, 15 (3). 1564. pp. 375-394.

Eijdenberg, Emiel (2017) Methodological challenges of entrepreneurship research in the least developed East African countries. In: Akinyoade, Akinyinka, Dietz, Ton, and Uche, Chibuike, (eds.) Entrepreneurship in Africa. African Dynamics, 15 . BRILL, Leiden, the Netherlands, pp. 25-51.

Eijdenberg, Emiel L., and Borner, Kathrin (2017) The performance of subsistence entrepreneurs in Tanzania's informal economy. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 22 (1). 1750007. pp. 1-22.

Eijdenberg, Emiel L. (2016) Does one size fit all? A look at entrepreneurial motivation and entrepreneurial orientation in the informal economy of Tanzania. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research, 22 (6). pp. 804-834.

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Hamilton, John (2020) The strategic change matrix and business sustainability across COVID-19. Sustainability, 12 (15). 6026.

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Kuijpers, Florine M., and Eijdenberg, Emiel L. (2020) Showingcasing entrepreneurs' responses to severe drought: qualitative findings from Cape Town, South Africa. In: Chaiechi, Taha, (ed.) Economic Effects of Natural Disasters: theoretical foundations, methods, and tools. Elsevier, London, UK, pp. 131-146.

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Lee-Ross, Darren (2017) An examination of the entrepreneurial intent of MBA students in Australia using the entrepreneurial intention questionnaire. Journal of Management Development, 36 (9). pp. 1180-1190.

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Paas, Leonard J, Eijdenberg, Emiel L, and Masurel, Enno (2021) Adoption of services and apps on mobile phones by micro-entrepreneurs in Sub-Saharan Africa. International Journal of Market Research. (In Press)

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Ramsay, Jonathan E., Pang, Joyce S., Ho, Moon-Ho R., and Chan, Kim Yin (2017) Need for power predicts career intent in university students. Journal of Career Assessment, 25 (3). pp. 389-404.

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Sathye, Milind, Prasad, Biman, Sharma, Dharmendra, Sharma, Parmendra, and Sathye, Suneeta (2017) Mobile value added services in Fiji: institutional drivers, industry challenges, and adoption by women micro entrepreneurs. Journal of Global Information Management, 25 (2).

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Tjong, Budisantoso, Jermias, Johnny, and Bradshaw, Adrian (2017) Happy textile: is store atmosphere still a priority? In: Sanjit, Roy, (ed.) Services Marketing Cases in Emerging Markets : an Asian perspective. Springer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 107-116.

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Yaseen, Asif, Saleem, Muhammad Abid, Zahra, Sadaf, and Israr, Muhammad (2018) Precursory effects on entrepreneurial behaviour in the Agri-food industry. Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies, 10 (1). pp. 2-22.

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