Journals Higher Education

$74.00

Hardcover

Published: 05 September 2016

280 Pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

ISBN: 9780190278229


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Institutional Reform and Diaspora Entrepreneurs

The In-Between Advantage

Jennifer M. Brinkerhoff

  • Offers a new perspective on agency in institutional reform, and a related framework for strategic action
  • Expands our conception of institutional entrepreneurs by integrating the classic literature on entrepreneurism and the entrepreneurial personality
  • Develops a typology of entrepreneurs who may impact institutional reform
  • Provides a theoretical framework to explain why diasporans may have a preponderance of entrepreneurial characteristics and a specific In-Between Advantage for catalyzing and shepherding institutional reform
  • Offers new empirical work, including process tracing of how institutional reform occurs across a range of sectors and countries (social institutional reform in Egypt, economic institutional reform in Ethiopia, and political/governance institutional reform in Chad)
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