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Entrepreneurship, leadership, and the value of feminist approaches to understanding them
L Galloway, I Kapasi, K Sang
Journal of Small Business Management 53 (3), 683-692, 2015
1382015
Gender, authentic leadership and identity: analysis of women leaders’ autobiographies
I Kapasi, KJC Sang, R Sitko
Gender in Management: An International Journal 31 (5/6), 339-358, 2016
1022016
How not to do it!! A salutary lesson on longitudinal and qualitative research approaches for entrepreneurship researchers
L Galloway, I Kapasi, G Whittam
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research 21 (3), 489-500, 2015
452015
What do students think of self-determined learning in entrepreneurship education?
I Kapasi, G Grekova
Education+ Training 60 (7/8), 841-856, 2018
342018
Work–Life balance in home-based businesses: a UK study
I Kapasi, L Galloway
The International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation 16 (1), 33-42, 2015
272015
Exploring ‘successful’outcomes of entrepreneurship education: A follow-up study
L Galloway, I Kapasi, G Whittam
Industry and Higher Education 29 (6), 505-515, 2015
232015
A theory of venturing: A critical realist explanation of why my father is not like Richard Branson
L Galloway, I Kapasi, L Wimalasena
International Small Business Journal 37 (6), 626-641, 2019
212019
Rural home-based businesses and their contribution to rural lives:(an exploratory study)
L Galloway, I Kapasi
Rural Entrepreneurship Conference At: Shropshire, 1-20, 2014
212014
Motivations and mitigating business limitations in Scottish rural home-based businesses
I Kapasi, L Galloway
Local Economy 31 (3), 377-392, 2016
162016
How not to do it
L Galloway, I Kapasi, G Whittam
A salutary lesson on, 2015
132015
Electronic performance monitoring: Lessons from the Past and Future Challenges
D Jeske, I Kapasi
Organizing for digital economy: Societies, communities and individuals …, 2018
122018
Theory of Planned Behaviour and qualitative approaches: A tale of two studies
I Kapasi, L Galloway
Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Nov, 2014
122014
Home-based businesses: An exploration of business model heterogeneity
I Kapasi, L Galloway
Journal of Business Models 6 (3), 63-78, 2018
112018
The practice of “we”: A framework for balancing rigour and relevance in entrepreneurship scholarship
I Kapasi, A Rosli
Journal of Business Venturing Insights 14, e00202, 2020
72020
Good option or only option? Poverty, disability, health and enterprise
L Jackman, L Galloway, I Kapasi, R Stirzaker, A Mihut
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research 27 (8), 2079-2095, 2021
62021
The effect of culture on female entrepreneurship motivations
R Osowska, I Kapasi, L Jackman
52016
Advancing the understanding of value in entrepreneurship editorial
I Kapasi, R Stirzaker
The International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation 24 (2), 73-75, 2023
42023
The (mixed) motivations of those engaged in enterprise and experiencing poverty
I Kapasi, R Stirzaker, L Galloway, L Jackman, A Mihut
Disadvantaged Entrepreneurship and the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem 14, 11-32, 2022
42022
A critical realist exploration of entrepreneurship as complex, reflexive and myriad
L Wimalasena, L Galloway, I Kapasi
Journal of Critical Realism 20 (3), 257-279, 2021
42021
Home-based business: a means to what end?
I Kapasi
Heriot-Watt University, 2015
32015
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