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Microenterprises in Malaysia: a preliminary study of the factors for management success
Munoz,J. Mark1; Welsh,Dianne H.B.2; Chan,Sow Hup3; Raven,Peter V.4
2015-09-27
Source PublicationInternational Entrepreneurship and Management Journal
ISSN15551938 15547191
Volume11Issue:3Pages:673-694
Abstract

Microenterprises continue to proliferate in countries around the globe, creating jobs while improving the overall economic outlook of countries. A preliminary study of 151 microenterprises in Malaysia found performance and Entrepreneurial Orientation were significantly affected by key management activities. Performance was influenced little, if any, by outside financing or government support. Moderate support was found for the relationship between managerial capabilities and sales and profit, securing finances, and government financing. The findings indicate that management of the microenterprise is a key contributor to business success. Management training programs should be implemented to assist microenterprises. Personalized entrepreneurial training for groups must be developed to reach the multicultural and multi-ethnic Malaysian population. This study has major implications for government officials, non-government organizations, and policy-makers as they seek viable, sustainable models for microenterprise expansion in emerging economies. Information technology may offer solutions to access issues. Limitations and implications for future studies are discussed.

KeywordEntrepreneurial Orientation Malaysia Management Success Microenterprises Performance
DOI10.1007/s11365-014-0302-y
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Indexed BySSCI
Language英语
WOS Research AreaBusiness & Economics
WOS SubjectBusiness ; Management
WOS IDWOS:000358334900011
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Document TypeJournal article
专题DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING
Affiliation1.Tabor School of Business,Millikin University,,Decatur,62522,United States
2.Bryan School of Business and Economics,University of North Carolina at Greensboro,,Greensboro,27402-6170,United States
3.University of Macau,,Taipa,Macao
4.Albers School of Business and Economics,Seattle University,,Seattle,98122-1090,United States
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Munoz,J. Mark,Welsh,Dianne H.B.,Chan,Sow Hup,et al. Microenterprises in Malaysia: a preliminary study of the factors for management success[J]. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal,2015,11(3):673-694.
APA Munoz,J. Mark,Welsh,Dianne H.B.,Chan,Sow Hup,&Raven,Peter V..(2015).Microenterprises in Malaysia: a preliminary study of the factors for management success.International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal,11(3),673-694.
MLA Munoz,J. Mark,et al."Microenterprises in Malaysia: a preliminary study of the factors for management success".International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal 11.3(2015):673-694.
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