Entrepreneurs and the environment: towards a typology of Tunisian ecopreneurs
Alistair Anderson and
Sonia Hadj Ammar
International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 2010, vol. 10, issue 2, 181-204
This paper is concerned with ecopreneurs, the emergent group of entrepreneurs who direct their efforts towards environmental sustainability. Academic interest in this group has increased, but like most entrepreneurs, they are manifest in a variety of forms and functions. Consequently there has been considerable theorising, but to date little empirical analysis. We address this gap with a study of Tunisian ecopreneurs. Analysing data from 56 respondents, we combine multiple correspondence analysis and a typological analysis. We find that there are considerable differences from the types described in the literature but propose an empirically formulated typology.
Keywords: ecopreneurship; entrepreneurial typology; Tunisia; environment; opportunity; typological analysis; entrepreneurship; environmental sustainability; sustainable development. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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