Informal Entrepreneurship and Transition into Formal Entrepreneurship: The Case of Sarawak
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Informal entrepreneurship is widespread in Sarawak but limited studies are conducted on these establishments. This research aims to explore the factors that influence entrepreneurs to operate in the informal economy and their transition into the formal economy. The findings are of significance for policy-makers in implementing policies related to promoting transition strategies of informal entrepreneurship into the formal economy as well as for existing informal entrepreneurs who wish to transition into the formal economy.
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