The dynamics of SMEs: Informality and entrepreneurship

This project attempts to utilise community information to identify high-potential entrepreneurs who can transition their micro-enterprises into SMEs.  

This project attempts to utilise community information to identify high-potential entrepreneurs who can transition their micro-enterprises into SMEs.  

This project aims to investigate the importance of financial constraints as a barrier to entry and as a barrier to growth.

This project aims to investigate the importance of financial constraints as a barrier to entry and as a barrier to growth.

This project aims to develop a research programme that investigates the role of innovation in micro-enterprises’ marketing practices in driving performance.

This project aims to develop a research programme that investigates the role of innovation in micro-enterprises’ marketing practices in driving performance.

This project seeks to understand how alleviating financial and technological constraints in the input market can impact firm growth and innovation, through private schools in Pakistan.

This project seeks to understand how alleviating financial and technological constraints in the input market can impact firm growth and innovation, through private schools in Pakistan.

This project aims to study the role of information frictions in imports of manufactured consumer goods in Lagos, Nigeria.

This project aims to study the role of information frictions in imports of manufactured consumer goods in Lagos, Nigeria.

This project seeks to provide experimental evidence on the relationship between electricity supply and small business creation and growth.

This project seeks to provide experimental evidence on the relationship between electricity supply and small business creation and growth.

This project aims to better understand the capacity of informal SMEs to be a dynamic driver of private sector growth, specifically when granted unconditional government cash transfers.

This project aims to better understand the capacity of informal SMEs to be a dynamic driver of private sector growth, specifically when granted unconditional government cash transfers.

The goal of this project is to gain further insight into the low productivity of firms in developing countries, and why competitive forces have not led to stronger selective pressures.

The goal of this project is to gain further insight into the low productivity of firms in developing countries, and why competitive forces have not led to stronger selective pressures.

This project will provide monitoring technology to SMEs in a randomized controlled trial to improve their ability to write effective contracts with their employees.

This project will provide monitoring technology to SMEs in a randomized controlled trial to improve their ability to write effective contracts with their employees.

This project seeks to understand if constraints on firm productivity in low-income countries are due to the interactions among firms and sectors in a developing economy.

This project seeks to understand if constraints on firm productivity in low-income countries are due to the interactions among firms and sectors in a developing economy.

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