Luca Castellanza veröffentlicht Artikel zu Female Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries im Journal of Business Venturing: "Discipline, abjection, and poverty alleviation through entrepreneurship (online first im Mai 2020)

Collective entrepreneurship has been found to alleviate extreme poverty by helping poor individuals integrate into their societies and overcome their multiple intertwined liabilities. The author complements this line of inquiry by exploring the conditions under which group structures may instead reinforce economic poverty constraints.

Luca conducted grounded-theoretical interviews with 104 women entrepreneurs operating in farming cooperatives and non-farm groups in war-torn South-West Cameroon. Analysing the data through a constitutive lens, he found that discipline and the extent to which rules determine and control individual behaviours helps poor women overcome extreme economic poverty






Initiativen und Portale des ifm: