Browse by Subject "Entrepreneurship"
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Advanced Science with a Twist: Teaching Entrepreneurial Skills through Application of Course Content (2009)Undergraduates are rarely provided organized learning opportunities that encourage, model, and facilitate development of, or practice of, the skills that characterize entrepreneurs. Skills such as initiative, innovation, ...
The effect of technological complexity on innovation performance, employee entrepreneurship and mobility: three essays (2010-05-19)Technological innovation, knowledge diffusion and employee entrepreneurship and mobility are closely related phenomena. Multiple literature streams in strategy, entrepreneurship and technology management focus on explaining ...
Entrepreneurial teaching in creating third spaces for experiential learning: a case study of two science teachers in low-income settings (2014-01-16)This three-year study focuses on two high school science teachers who created active learning opportunities that invite students to go beyond the textbooks and did so within low-income settings. The first case centered on ...
(James P. Cramer, 2012)
(2014-09-16)This dissertation consists of three essays on financial and institutional determinants of entrepreneurship and the importance of management style. Chapter 1: Direct and Indirect Effects of Cash Transfers on Entreprene ...
(2014-05-30)This dissertation studies migration, entrepreneurship, and parental investment. Migration for economic opportunity may both benefit and burden left-behind family members. Chapter 1 examines how migration affects the ...
(2010-08-20)Drawing from contingency theory and the concept of entrepreneurship, this study investigates the viability of the small-scale agritourism business by identifying the environmental and operational characteristics unique to ...
No soy conformista: reassessing necessity and opportunity motivations for micro entrepreneurship in Lima, Peru (2012-05-22)Increasingly, in the field of entrepreneurial studies, venture creation is dichotomously conceived as an activity willfully undertaken to seize a business opportunity or reluctantly performed as a last resort in the face ...
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