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Volume 22, Number 2
IMPACT OF MOTIVATION AND PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS ON BUMIPUTERAS’ ENTREPRENEURIAL PERSISTENCE IN MALAYSIA
This survey was conducted on 171 micro entrepreneurs in Terengganu to examine the impact of motivation and personality characteristics on Bumiputeras’ entrepreneurial persistence. Consequently, motivation, conscientiousness and openness revealed to b ...
ON THE WORK VALUES OF ENTREPRENEURS AND NON-ENTREPRENEURS: A EUROPEAN LONGITUDINAL STUDY
Entrepreneurs are critical for countries’ industrial dynamics and economic growth. Although there are several studies focusing on the attitudes, cognitions and traits of entrepreneurs, only a few have explored the link between entrepreneurship and th ...
SPIN-OFF ACTIVITIES AT HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS: PERFORMANCE IMPLICATIONS FROM A MODELING PERSPECTIVE
One of the main thoughts about the development of spin-off activities at Higher Educational Institutions is the need for money and time resources, at the expense of some resources invested for educational purposes. We analyzed the short and long run ...
IS SOCIAL CAPITAL IMPORTANT IN FORMAL-INFORMAL SECTOR LINKAGES?
Is social capital important in formal-informal sector linkages? Previous research focused on the role of the productive capacities of the enterprises in the informal sector as determining factors. This paper aims to uncover, at least in part, whether ...
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRUST IN ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP: ROLES PLAYED BY WORK AND INDIVIDUAL FACTORS
This study examined the extent to which trust in organizational leadership predicts entrepreneurial intentions; and the extent to which this predictive relationship is moderated by work engagement, attitude to entrepreneurship and self-efficacy. Two ...
TACKLING BOGUS SELF-EMPLOYMENT: SOME LESSONS FROM ROMANIA
In recent years, recognition that bogus self-employment is rapidly growing, not least because of the advent of what has been called the ‘gig,’ ‘sharing’ or ‘collaborative’ economy, has led governments to search for ways to tackle this form of depende ...
Disincentives to Business Development on the Navajo Nation
In this paper, we explore the underdevelopment of the business sector on the Navajo reservation. We explore why the Navajo reservation continues to be economically depressed and find that formal and informal institutions unique to the reservation cre ...


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