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  • Czy doświadczenie ma znaczenie? Intencje przedsiębiorcze potencjalnych sukcesorów z perspektywy społeczno-kognitywnej
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    - Year 2019

    Pomimo wielu różnorodnych działań mających na celu zachęcanie młodych osób do przedsiębiorczości, wielu z nich nie przejmuje firm rodzinnych, nie zostaje przedsiębiorcami, a znacznej części nie można nawet określić mianem osób przedsiębiorczych. Zrozumienie, co sprawia, że dana osoba staje się przedsiębiorcą, ma kluczowe znaczenie dla rozwoju nowych firm i przetrwania tych z dłuższą tradycją, firm rodzinnych. W związku z tym, że...

  • Tożsamość przedsiębiorcza a stereotypy płci w firmach rodzinnych
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    - Year 2019

    This article analyses various aspects of women’s experiences in overcoming gender stereotypes that they encounter in family businesses. Historically, entrepreneurship was regarded as a male domain in the literature and entrepreneurs have traditionally been described with typical and stereotypical masculine features. When woman engages in economic activities, she must face the potential incoherence...

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Year 2018
  • Different aspects of women’s participation in self-employment with particular reference to the costs
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    - Ekonomiczne Problemy Usług - Year 2018

    Over the last twenty years a growing number of researchers have been interested in female entrepreneurship. It is wort noting that being a self-employed person, for certain women, is the only chance to participate actively in social and economic life. Women choose self-employment because of flexibility of schedule and family-related reasons. This study aims to increase knowledge about self-employment as one of multiple labor market...

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  • Znaczenie kobiet w firmach rodzinnych: wczoraj, dziś i jutro
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    Abstract: This paper provides a review of the literature on women in family businesses. Based on a structured literature review (SLR) method, 81 articles and other research works published since 1997 were analysed. The aim was to contribute to the literature and present what is new in the recent debate and how the evolutionary trend looks like. Over the last twenty years only a few investigations have studied women in family firms....

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Year 2017

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