Knowledge Flows and Economic Development Through Microenterprise Collaboration in Third-Sector Communities

Citation data:

New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, ISSN: 1550-333X, Vol: 7, Issue: 1, Page: 7

Publication Year:
2004
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http://digitalcommons.sacredheart.edu/neje/vol7/iss1/7
Author(s):
Jones, Raymond M.; Kashlak, Roger J.; Jones, Audra M.
Tags:
economic development; case studies; Latin America; international entrepreneurs; Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations; Growth and Development; International Business
article description
"The U.N. once dealt only with governments. By now we know that peace and prosperity cannot be achieved without partnership involving governments, international organizations, the business community and civil society. In today’s world we depend on each other.” Kofi Annan, UN Secretary (1999).As emphasized by Secretary Annan’s quote, the global community is increasingly concerned with economic development and promotion of democracies is focusing on developing programs to stimulate partnerships among three distinct sectors: government sector, civil society and private sector, including locally based and international entrepreneurs. The modern organization is becoming increasingly informed in its strategies and practices by the concepts of learning and knowledge.