BeaudoinLeBel2009

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Beaudoin, J.-M., LeBel, L. (2009) Être entrepreneur autochtone, est-ce bien différent ? Une perspective du secteur forestier. Entrepreneurial Practice Review, 1(1):70-87.

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This paper compares the portrait of forestry entrepreneurs within the Ilnu community of Mashteuiatsh to one of non-aboriginal forestry entrepreneurs. The information was collected using a survey in the winter of 2008 for the aboriginal group and in the winter of 2007 for the non-aboriginal group. Additionally, interviews were conducted in the community with the aboriginal forestry entrepreneurs, and their principal clients, the Band Council (or local government) and the local economic development organization. The main contribution of this study is the use of the entrepreneurial event model to understand aboriginal entrepreneurship in the forestry sector. Our results reveal the determinant role played by the Band Council in developing forestry entrepreneurship in the community.

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@ARTICLE { BeaudoinLeBel2009,
    AUTHOR = { Beaudoin, J.-M. and LeBel, L. },
    TITLE = { Être entrepreneur autochtone, est-ce bien différent ? Une perspective du secteur forestier. },
    JOURNAL = { Entrepreneurial Practice Review },
    YEAR = { 2009 },
    VOLUME = { 1 },
    NUMBER = { 1 },
    PAGES = { 70-87 },
    ABSTRACT = { This paper compares the portrait of forestry entrepreneurs within the Ilnu community of Mashteuiatsh to one of non-aboriginal forestry entrepreneurs. The information was collected using a survey in the winter of 2008 for the aboriginal group and in the winter of 2007 for the non-aboriginal group. Additionally, interviews were conducted in the community with the aboriginal forestry entrepreneurs, and their principal clients, the Band Council (or local government) and the local economic development organization. The main contribution of this study is the use of the entrepreneurial event model to understand aboriginal entrepreneurship in the forestry sector. Our results reveal the determinant role played by the Band Council in developing forestry entrepreneurship in the community. },
}

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