Entrepreneurial Perspectives is an occasional series of perspectives on entrepreneurship, which may include business environment, venture capital and angel investments, innovation (technology, processes, products, and services), family business, social entrepreneurship, women's entrepreneurship, and entrepreneurship in the global environment, including country-focused topics. The purpose of Entrepreneurial Perspectives is to gather and disseminate timely, relevant and thoughtful views on a broad host of topics, themes and issues surrounding entrepreneurship.
- No. 1, January 30, 2012 - Venture Capital: A Growing Force in Latin America's Economic Development
"Venture capital has begun playing an increasing role in fueling the Latin American’s region entrepreneurial endeavors."
- No. 2, March 19, 2012 - What’s the financing option that fits one venture?
"In Latin America we usually go the bank whenever we need external financing. But not all ventures fulfill the bank’s requirements."
- No. 3, May 29, 2012 - The Entrepreneurial Immigrant
"In a world of changing macro-level changes, where water is expected to be a critically scarce resource, China will becoming the largest economy on the planet, and the products of knowledge-based economies will proliferate the world over, migration-often over looked - will loom large as individuals struggle to resolve political and economic situations in their home countries."
The Pino Center welcomes submissions of 600-800 words for consideration, with each submission being editorially reviewed. (Opinions expressed by individual authors do not necessarily reﬂect the opinions of Florida International University or its partners and supporters.)
Entrepreneurial Perspectives submissions should be emailed to Karyne Bury at email@example.com.