Distinguished Personality Series: Courts are for the rich and we don't rely on contracts

Activity: Talk, presentation, public lecture, public engagement, outreach and knowledge exchangeInvited talk

Activity

Presented @The West African Transitional Justice Centre
01-04-2021

Description

This study reveals how Nigerian entrepreneurs take advantage of institutional-based trust to enforce trade agreements in the absence of formal institutional trust. The results facilitate a better understanding of how a range of indigenous institutional forms reduce the room for opportunism and serve to promote trust across entrepreneurs. The study contributes to the field of entrepreneurship concerning small and medium-sized enterprises, by examining issues in relation to economic-institutional contexts that have been largely neglected.
Period1 Apr 2021
Held atThe West African Transitional Justice Centre (WATJCentre), Nigeria
Degree of RecognitionInternational

Keywords

  • trust
  • institutions
  • culture
  • networks
  • SMEs