Pursues the creation and development of houses for Africa, founded a company to build low-income in Zimbabwe. Examines entrepreneurship to establish the problems when complementary markets do not function well not arise, and the importance of the distinction between transitory chances of opportunities first-mover advantage after liberalization in an emerging market.

Pursues the creation and development of houses for Africa, founded a company to build low-income in Zimbabwe. Examines entrepreneurship in an emerging market, the problems when complementary markets do not function well not arise, and the importance of distinguishing transient to establish opportunities of opportunities for first-mover advantage after liberalization.
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Robert E. Kennedy,
Maurice F. Dunne
Source: Harvard Business School
21 pages.
Publication Date: Nov 16, 1998. Prod #: 799041-PDF-ENG
Houses for Africa HBR case solution

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