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Enterprise and entrepreneurship education: towards a comparative analysis

Brian Jones, Norma Iredale, Prof. Miri Yemini
2014 Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy  
Value The comparative analysis of enterprise education programmes and policies advocated here adds value and provides additional insight to these concepts and practices.  ...  enterprise education and resources designed to suit social and cultural requirements is crucial to achieve successful project outcomes.  ...  The introduction of enterprise education in schools is perceived as a way of developing enterprise awareness and the associated skills, attitudes and behaviours in an endeavour to help young people in  ... 
doi:10.1108/jec-08-2012-0042 fatcat:a5nvlxncsvdo7j4olz6rnz63ni

Labour market inclusion of young people with mental health problems in Norway

Vegar Bjørnshagen, Elisabeth Ugreninov
2020 Alter - Journal Europeen de Recherche Sur le Handicap  
An earlier version of the article was presented at an expert workshop with participants from organisations for disabled people, employee organisations and trade unions. 18 June 2019.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge financial support from the The Research Council of Norway, grant number 273745.  ...  Overall, the results presented in column 1 support our first hypothesis that IA enterprises will be more attentive to the inclusion of young people with mental health problems compared with non-IA enterprises  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.alter.2020.06.014 fatcat:e6n3dmpl6rfz7h7vxyubth76am

IMPACT OF THE SIZE OF ENTERPRISES IN RURAL AREAS OF THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA ON ATTITUDES TOWARDS ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Toso Kostadinov
2013 Macedonian Journal of Animal Science  
The results of this research indicate that the size of enterprises in rural areas positively affect attitudes towards entrepreneurship.  ...  For this purpose a survey on 101 respondents from rural areas in the Republic of Macedonia, of which 20.8% were owners of small enterprises and 75.8% of micro enterprises, was conducted.  ...  In the set of questions concerning plans for the businesses in future, compared by the size of the enterprises, respondents from small firms gave higher ratings compared to those from micro companies to  ... 
doi:10.54865/mjas1331115k fatcat:jjdijafie5a2djhafmqi75nvcm

Attitude Toward Social Enterprises: A Comparison between For-Profit and Social Enterprise Employees

Eunsoo Choi, Eunji Kim, Inji Kim, Incheol Choi
2020 Sustainability  
In the present study, we compared for-profit enterprise employees (n = 200) and social enterprise employees (n = 162) and examined their differences in attitude toward the profit-making aspects of social  ...  However, research on the perception of social enterprises by lay people has been ignored even though positive reception of social enterprises is an important condition for their sustainability.  ...  By comparing these two groups, we aim to show that the general population (employees in for-profit enterprises) is more skeptical of the intentions of social enterprises than employees working for the  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12072720 fatcat:ow3wdr65jvdwfochuhobfxyepu

Poverty Reduction in Ghana: The Role of Farm and Non-Farm Enterprises

Francis Issahaku Malongza Bukar, Moses Naiim Fuseini, Mohammed Sulemana, William Aduah Yorose, Mohammed Gadafi Ibrahim
2018 Cross-Currents An International Peer-Reviewed Journal on Humanities and Social Sciences  
It is recommended that agriculture and non-farm enterprises be developed in both rural and urban settings respectively.  ...  Ghana has experienced a general decline in the levels of poverty. Despite this drop, there are patches of poverty in both rural and urban with the rural setting being the worst affected.  ...  The study set out to compare the mean income earnings of people in Ghana from farm enterprises to the upper poverty line of GH₵1,314.00. A one-sample t-test was conducted in this quest.  ... 
doi:10.36344/ccijhss.2018.v04i05.005 fatcat:znhf3zz3brgljabpdyv237k6qe

ISSUES THAT CONTRIBUTE TO MAINTAINING A LOW LEVEL OF EMPLOYMENT AND WORK IN ROMANIA COVERED BY THE OPERATIONAL PROGRAMME HUMAN CAPITA

BUȘAN GABRIELA, ECOBICI NICOLAE
2016 Analele Universităţii Constantin Brâncuşi din Târgu Jiu : Seria Economie  
The paper examines the issues that contribute to maintaining a low level of employment and work in Romania in the period 2007-2015: the low employment rate among young people, the low density of business  ...  and employment opportunities limited, high degree of employment in agriculture and in rural areas lack opportunities, disparities related to access to and participation in the labour market of certain  ...  In the Graph no. 1 is observed the decline in employment and self-employment among young people in Romania with 3,10% (27,6% in 2007 compared to 24,5% in 2015), less than that of the European Union average  ... 
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The Goldilocks question: what size is 'just right' for social care providers?

Jon Glasby, Catherine Needham, Kerry Allen, Kelly Hall, Steve McKay
2018 International Journal of Care and Caring  
Evaluating micro-enterprises in adult social care' (ESRC Standard Grant ES/K002317/1).  ...  This refers to the 19th-century fairy story, in which a little girl, Goldilocks, visits the house of three bears (Daddy, Mummy and Baby bear) and tries out their porridge, their chairs and their beds.  ...  a comparable micro-enterprise.  ... 
doi:10.1332/239788218x15187913719956 fatcat:46dquif4urgc7ps2u67zxunexe

ENTERPRISE STAKEHOLDER WELL-BEING ATTAINED WITH RESPONSIBLE ENTERPRISE POLICY

Simona Sternad, Matjaž Mulej, Tjaša Štrukelj
2012 Analele Universităţii Constantin Brâncuşi din Târgu Jiu : Seria Economie  
In the currentdifficultglobal economic situationit is beneficialforanycountryto havecreateda solidfoundationsupportive of socio-economic growthand development,includingcompetitivenessand quality of lifeof  ...  OECD 'Better LifeIndex of well-being measurement' comparing e.g.  ...  'Your Better Life Index' -Slovenia Results In 2011 OECDunveiled a new, interactive index that lets everyday people measure and compare their lives in a way reaching beyond traditional GDP numbers (Fietz  ... 
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The Effects of Institution on Enterprise Growth in Nigeria

Augustine Jideofor MBA, Ambrose Nnaemeka OMEJE, Michael Okike Ugwu, OKEREKE Chukwu Ugwu
2020 The International Journal of Business & Management  
people in the enterprise of sole proprietorship.  ...  The implication here is that when political instability continues to occur in Nigeria, people in partnership enterprises compared with those in sole proprietorship will tend to run away from the affected  ... 
doi:10.24940/theijbm/2020/v8/i1/150389-37118 fatcat:b7a43vf33javrljkyhhanj7dvi

Bewertung der wirksamkeit des arbeitsressourcenmanagementsystems in der region Bukara

Avezova Shakhnoza Makhmudzhanovna
2021 Zenodo  
in Unternehmen beeinflussen.  ...  Der Artikel analysiert die Hauptkriterien der Wettbewerbsfähigkeit bei der Verwaltung der Arbeitsressourcen in der Region Buchara und untersucht die Hauptfaktoren, die die Effizienz der Arbeitsverwaltung  ...  The number of people traveling to work outside the republic in 2020 decreased by 5.7% compared to 2010 as a result of the introduction of certain restrictions in connection with the global coronavirus  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5771976 fatcat:ygdkynud3jhf3dkmc36z2u3p5a

Micro-Entrepreneurship: Tendency towards Precarious Work? Empirical Findings for Austria

Dieter Bogenhold, Andrea Klinglmair
2015 Athens Journal of Business & Economics  
The primary aim of this paper is to analyse the rationalities of these microenterprises based on an empirical online survey of one-person enterprises in Carinthia; the focus of the analysis is the motive  ...  In the field of self-employment, an emerging trend can be observed towards one-person enterprises, which already represent more than 50 percent of all Austrian companies.  ...  are not included in the data. 1 Compared to the total number of firms registered in the Chamber of Commerce, the share of oneperson enterprises thus amounts to 57.3 percent (see Table 1 ).  ... 
doi:10.30958/ajbe.1-2-2 fatcat:bxlbnb4hjngixfnywfad3sswmy

Social Enterprise and Self-rated Health Among Low-Income Individuals in South Korea: A Multilevel Analysis

Hyejin Jung, Changbin Woo
2021 VOLUNTAS - International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations  
As income-related health inequality has grown, the role of social enterprises in addressing this issue has become more significant.  ...  AbstractPrevious studies have shown that social enterprises can improve the health conditions of socially disadvantaged people through qualitative approaches.  ...  Author Contributions All authors contributed to the study conception and design. The first draft of the manuscript was written by Dr. HJ, and Dr. CW commented on previous versions of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11266-021-00357-3 fatcat:yqsfowp63zh3xddqruenavxqke

Social Enterprises in the Canadian West

Peter Elson, Peter Hall, Sarah Leeson-Klym, Darcy Penner, Jill Andres
2015 Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research  
Among these developments one must include the formation of Enterprising Non-Profits in British Columbia, the Social Enterprise Fund in Alberta, and the Canadian CED Network in Manitoba.  ...  Western Canada has been the source of significant developments in the social enterprise sector over the past fifteen years.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to express their appreciation to the organizations that supported this research, including the Institute for Community Prosperity, Mount Royal University, Simon  ... 
doi:10.22230/cjnser.2015v6n1a194 fatcat:h2ufqj6nrvch7kwnozkumcadpe

LANDMARKS ON THE EVOLUTION OF E-COMMERCE IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

Laura Catalina Timiras, Bogdan Nichifor
2015 Studies and Scientific Researches: Economics Edition  
the share of turnover from e-commerce in total turnover of the organizations, the share of enterprises conducting online sales in total enterprises, the population share which shop online in total population  ...  In this paper are presented and analyzed a number of statistical indicators to highlight the size and the trends in the European e-commerce market in recent years, namely - the turnover of e-commerce,  ...  Total population (16-74 ani) Table 6 6 Percentage of turnover from e-commerce on enterprises' total turnover, on some of the EU countries in 2014, and dynamics compared to 2010 All enterprises  ... 
doi:10.29358/sceco.v0i21.316 fatcat:cxq2yeuw5jda7mgmrkxl52ktom

ASSESSMENT OF THE FURNITURE INDUSTRY IN LATVIA

L. Siliņa, A. Frolova
2013 European Integration Studies  
The majority of these enterprises were micro-enterprises that employed less than 9 people.  ...  In furniture industry operated for 21% fewer enterprises in 2010, compared with 2008, and enterprises employed for 50% less professionals than in 2006.  ...  Enterprises with 10-49 employees employ 31.6% of the total number of professionals in the furniture industry; on average, every such an enterprise employs 21 people.  ... 
doi:10.5755/j01.eis.0.7.4121 fatcat:tykbhbmyvrakxkkg4tlkbzhcyu
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