Islam, entrepreneurship and business values in the Middle East
by David Pistrui, Josiane Fahed-Sreih
International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management (IJEIM), Vol. 12, No. 1, 2010

Abstract: Entrepreneurship has become a defining business trend around the world, especially in economies transitioning towards free market systems. The Middle East, specifically the Gulf Region is a growing, lucrative marketplace that has captured the interest of the world for political, economic and cultural reasons. This research explores the impact of Islam on the cultural, geo-political and economic dimensions which shape and influence entrepreneurship and private enterprise development in the Middle East.

Online publication date: Mon, 10-May-2010

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