The Middle East politics of entrepreneurship: A brief review on entrepreneurship as a foreign policy tool in Gulf Cooperation Council countries
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The paper aims to present a brief review besides relevant discussions of the usage of entrepreneurship as a foreign policy tool among Gulf Cooperation Council countries. Therefore, statesponsored ecopreneurship, social entrepreneurship and commercial entrepreneurship among the states have been seen as the promotion of the foreign politics of the six Arab states. Moreover, for each one of the states a policy was defined and introduced.
Amin Forouharfar is a Ph.D. candidate at University of Sistan and Baluchestan (USB), located in southeast of Iran. His expertise is on the fields of Public Administration strategies and entrepreneurship, especially in the MENA region.
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