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A la recherche de l'éco-entrepreneur libanais..


  • Thierry Levy-Tadjine

    () (CIRAME - Centre International de Recherches et d'Applications en Management et Economie - USEK)

  • Marianne Younes

    () (CIRAME - Centre International de Recherches et d'Applications en Management et Economie - USEK)

  • Amale Kharrouby

    () (CIRAME - Centre International de Recherches et d'Applications en Management et Economie - USEK)


Considering ecopreneurship (that is business environment oriented) and based on lebanese case-studies and quantitative inquiry, this work first discusses the definitions of the phenomenon. Its singularity is then questioned. The reflexion is finally oriented in a prescriptive way to help governments to take decisions for developing ecopreneurship.

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  • Thierry Levy-Tadjine & Marianne Younes & Amale Kharrouby, 2009. "A la recherche de l'éco-entrepreneur libanais..," Post-Print hal-00418521, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-00418521 Note: View the original document on HAL open archive server:

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