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2020

Hart, Mark and Bonner, Karen and Prashar, Neha and Ri, Anastasia and Levie, Jonathan and Mwaura, Samuel (2020) Global Entrepreneurship Monitor : United Kingdom 2019 Monitoring Report. [Report] (In Press)

2019

Mwaura, Samuel and Levie, Jonathan and Lassalle, Paul and Drakopoulou Dodd, Sarah and Stoyanov, Stoyan (2019) Starting Over : Migrant Entrepreneurship in Scotland. [Report]

2018

Mwaura, Samuel and Levie, Jonathan and Lassalle, Paul and Stoyanov, Stoyan and Carter, Sara (2018) Taking steps to combat barriers to ethnic minority enterprise in Scotland. [Report]

2017

Carter, Sara and Kuhl, Aniela and Marlow, Susan and Mwaura, Samuel (2017) Households as a site of entrepreneurial activity. Foundations and Trends in Entrepreneurship, 13 (2). pp. 81-190. ISSN 1551-3122

Mwaura, Samuel and Carter, Sara (2017) No joy with banks 'round here : the geography of the usage of bank financing among UK SMEs. In: RSA Annual Conference, 2017-06-04 - 2017-06-07, Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin.

2016

Mwaura, Samuel (2016) The productivity of knowledge mobilisation, knowledge capitalisation and product-related firm transmutation : exploring the case of small-scale garment-makers in Nairobi, Kenya. Industry and Innovation. ISSN 1469-8390

2015

Carter, Sara and Mwaura, Samuel; Mason, Colin and Reuschka, Darja and Syrett, Stephen and Van Ham, Martin, eds. (2015) Entrepreneurship as the business of the household. In: Entrepreneurship in Cities. Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, Cheltenham, pp. 201-222. ISBN 978-1784711993

Carter, Sara and Mwaura, Samuel and Ram, Monder and Trehan, Kiran and Jones, Trevor (2015) Barriers to ethnic minority and women's enterprise : existing evidence, policy tensions and unsettled questions. International Small Business Journal, 33 (1). pp. 49-69. ISSN 0266-2426

Mwaura, Samuel and Carter, Sara (2015) Does entrepreneurship make you wealthy? Insights from the UK Wealth and Assets Survey. In: 2015 Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research Exchange (ACERE) Conference, 2015-02-02 - 2015-02-05. (Unpublished)

Mwaura, Samuel and Carter, Sara (2015) Does Entrepreneurship Make you Wealthy? Insights from the UK Wealth and Assets Survey. Working paper. Enterprise Research Centre, Warwick.

2014

Carter, Sara and Mwaura, Samuel (2014) The Financing of Diverse Enterprises : Evidence from the SME Finance Monitor. Working paper. Enterprise Research Centre, Warwick.

Carter, Sara and Mwaura, Samuel (2014) The Financing of Diverse Enterprises : Evidence from the SME Finance Monitor. Working paper. Enterprise Research Centre, Warwick.

2013

Mwaura, Samuel and Kamaara, Eunice; Gundona, Sylvester and Falola, Toyin and Amutabi, Maurice Nyamanga, eds. (2013) Towards poverty alleviation and socio-economic justice in a globalized context : lessons from Kenya and the social teaching of the Roman Catholic Church. In: Africa after fifty years. Africa Research & Publications. ISBN 9781592219087

Mwaura, Samuel and De Propris, Lisa (2013) Demystifying cultural intermediaries : who are they, what do they do and where can they be found in England? Discussion paper. University of Birmingham, Birmingham.

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