New to the research library is a video featuring Charlie Tchinda. In this video he discusses his recent research presented at the Annual Global Research Workshop on Freelancing and Self-Employment 2018.

His research examines what factors drive small firms to grow on the basis of existing differences between self-employed people with and without employees.

He finds that entrepreneurial intentions and behaviour are determined by a range of factors including not only individual traits, motivations and behaviours but also firm characteristics.

Tchinda, C (2018), 'The ambiguous meaning of opportunity in the explanation of solo self-employed intentions to grow' [Online Video], 26 April 2018, Available from:

View the video below or in the research library.