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Volumne 20, Number 3
ARE ENTREPRENEURS’ NETWORKS DYNAMIC? A REPLICATION STUDY TESTING CHANGES IN ENTREPRENEURS’ NETWORKS DURING NEW VENTURE DEVELOPMENT
Entrepreneurs’ networks are important for resource acquisition during early venturing. Interestingly, resource needs rapidly change during early venture development, which may necessitate a change in entrepreneurs’ networks. This study examines how t ...
CHANCE NON-CONTROL AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
The personality of entrepreneurs can have a large influence on entrepreneurial start-ups. The general locus of control, which is an element of the personality of entrepreneurs, can be considered to be critical for the creation of entrepreneurial star ...
Benchmarking Entrepreneurship Education in U.S., Australian, and New Zealand University Agriculture Programs
The present study contributes to the discussion on entrepreneurship education by exploring the current state of integration of entrepreneurship in universities in Australia, New Zealand and the U.S. Agricultural Colleges and Programs. The findings su ...
SOCIAL MEDIA USE TO SUPPORT ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE FACE OF DISRUPTION
This paper examines whether the rise of virtual social networks to support entrepreneurship may be more important in driving entrepreneurial intent in countries undergoing disruption by comparing respondents in Egypt and the United States. Further, t ...
ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: STUDY OF ACHIEVEMENTS AND THE MAIN BARRIERS IN MOZAMBICAN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
This study focuses on the issue of entrepreneurship education and the role of Higher Education Institutions (HEI) in the context developing countries. More specifically it aims to understand the effectiveness how entrepreneurship education is being i ...
Comparing the Development of Entrepreneurial Self-efficacy
The aim of this paper is to examine the potential differences in the entrepreneurial self-efficacy of women entrepreneurs who own businesses in traditional, gender congruent and non-traditional, non-congruent industries. Through the lens of social co ...
DEVALUATION, COMPETITIVENESS AND NEW BUSINESS FORMATION IN EMERGING COUNTRIES
In September 2010, Brazil’s Finance Minister, Guido Mantega, used the term “currency war” with reference to monetary policies implemented by different countries to generate an artificial devaluation of their currency and achieve a cheaper, more compe ...


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