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000267698 242__ $$aAn investigation into entrepreneurship given large scale and growing unemployment
000267698 245__ $$a'N ONDERSOEK NA ENTREPRENEURSKAP TEEN DIE AGTERGROND VAN GROOTSKAALSE GROEIENDE WERKLOOSHEID
000267698 260__ $$c1994-03
000267698 269__ $$a1994-03
000267698 336__ $$aJournal Article
000267698 520__ $$aThe purpose of this article is to make a contribution towards greater success with the promotion of entrepreneurship in South Africa. Unemployment in South Africa is a large and growing problem which cannot be solved by merely intensifying existing measures of employment creation. The promotion of entrepreneurship is therefore suggested as a supplementary approach to solving the unemployment problem. The lack of success with the promotion of entrepreneurship in the past indicates the need for an alternative paradigm. The concept of development, as understood by the social systems approach, is suggested as such an alternative paradigm of entrepreneurship. A framework of aspirations, abilities and context is derived from this paradigm to put existing measures for promoting entrepreneurship into perspective. Together with the findings of an empirical investigation into entrepreneurship in the Coloured community in the Southern and Western Cape, this classification is used as a basis for recommendations and suggestions for more effective promotion of entrepreneurship.
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000267698 546__ $$aEnglish
000267698 650__ $$aAgricultural and Food Policy
000267698 650__ $$aLabor and Human Capital
000267698 700__ $$aSwart, Hansie
000267698 700__ $$aKleynhans, Theo
000267698 773__ $$jVolume 33$$kIssue 1$$o14$$q8$$tAgrekon
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