The Perception of an Entrepreneur’s Structural, Relational and Cognitive Social Capital among Young People in Poland - An Exploratory Study
The goal of the current paper is to verify how an entrepreneur’s structural, relational and cognitive social capital levels are perceived by young people in Poland. The research involved a group of 374 undergraduate business students from a Polish university as participants. Participants completed a survey on entrepreneurial cognitions. It was found that participants assess the level of an entrepreneur’s social capital as relatively...
Pursuing an entrepreneurial career is often rewarding in terms of both economic and psychological outcomes. However, becoming an entrepreneur also has its darker side that affects professional and personal life. Meanwhile, the positivity bias is prevalent in entrepreneurial education and research. It is recognized as emphasizing the advantages of becoming an entrepreneur and giving considerably less attention to potential downsides....
Preferences Towards Working in Culturally Diverse Teams at Different Stages of the Entrepreneurial Process
As entrepreneurial teams become prevalent, it is important to study factors related to their creation and effectiveness. The goal of the current research was to analyze preferences towards working in a multicultural team (MCT) versus a single culture team (SCT) at different stages of the entrepreneurial process. The study involved students originating from various cultures with previous experience in both SCTs and MCTs as participants....
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