Micro enterprise development and income sustainability for poverty reduction: a literature investigation
Mohammad Delwar, Hussain
Mohd Suberi, Ab. Halim
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The academician and policy makers already declared that micro enterprise have significant positive role for reducing poverty specifically emergent economic nations. The micro entrepreneurs face lots of obstacles considering personal qualifications, start-up the business and most importantly survival and growth issues. Therefore, this study contemplates micro enterprise development, income up-liftmen and its impact on poverty alleviation. It also concentrates on personal entrepreneurial competencies, venture initiation and success with survival and growth competencies. The authors proclaimed that the three competency of a micro entrepreneur have significant positive effects on alleviating poverty. It needed to applied different dimension of statistical analytical tools for presenting descriptive as well as inferential results. Moreover, this study has manifold contributions considering micro enterprise developments, poverty alleviation and most importantly policy level discussions.