Entrepreneurial intention and career choices: The role of volition
Developing entrepreneurship among students and helping them to build their career plans and improving their employability is the core of public policy in a lot of countries in Europe (Branchet et al., 2011). Following some empirical researches (Boissin et
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- B. Branchet & Bernard Augier & J.-P. Boissin & Bertrand Quere, 2011. "Strategic governmental economic activities in support of young French SMEs," Post-Print halshs-00783648, HAL.
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