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Entrepreneurship and organizational structure: Theoretical framework and application to Tunisian case

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  • Bouraoui Mohamed Amine

    (BP 30 Agence Maghreb Arabi 3049 Sfax Tunisia)

  • Sami Boudabbous

    (University of Sfax, Tunisia)

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The objective of this article is to determine whether SMEs, characterized by a managerial mode, could show any entrepreneurial orientation. In our approach, we present first the conceptual framework of this study with reference to the various works that relate to the specificities of SMEs and entrepreneurship. Then, we discuss our methodological framework to present, finally, the main results.

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  • Bouraoui Mohamed Amine & Sami Boudabbous, 2013. "Entrepreneurship and organizational structure: Theoretical framework and application to Tunisian case," E3 Journal of Business Management and Economics., E3 Journals, vol. 4(10), pages 214-222.
  • Handle: RePEc:etr:series:v:4:y:2013:i:10:p:214-222
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