Determinants of Successful Entrepreneurship
AbstractBy stimulating entrepreneurship, the actual goal is especially to stimulate the people who will be successful after starting up their businesses. Considering the great variety within the group of (potential) entrepreneurs, there is need for specific insight in the factors that determine the success of starting entrepreneurs. This is investigated in the rpesent study for the Netherlands.
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Date of creation: 2000
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