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Tribal economic development & entrepreneurship: A latin american perspective

Raul Gouvea, Leonardo Lehneman and Branca Terra

World Development Perspectives, 2022, vol. 26, issue C

Abstract: In 2022, native communities throughout Latin America are actively pursuing alternative economic pathways for their sustainable tribal economic development, growth, and self-determination. Entrepreneurial activities are a key pillar and dimension of these efforts and strategies. Indigenous entrepreneurship in Latin America offers an avenue for indigenous communities to address their economic, social, and environmental challenges and to address pressing social innovation issues in the region. The paper introduces a Quadruple-Sextuple Helix framework of analysis to provide a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities permeating tribal economic development and indigenous entrepreneurship in Latin America.

Keywords: Tribal economic development; Indigenous entrepreneurship; Quadruple-sextuple helix (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2022
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DOI: 10.1016/j.wdp.2022.100403

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