This study has explored the entrepreneurship orientation of university students. The future planning of the sample appears to be oriented to self-employment rather than entrepreneurship or employed work. Students have indicated the changing society, lack of business-knowledge, social support, and family time as equally important as the difficulties of entrepreneurship as a career. Students with a family entrepreneurship background were more oriented to create their own business and they give more importance to the fact that entrepreneurship career has a negative impact on family time. The strongest motivations for respondents in starting their own business were economic independence and self-government.
|Titolo:||Liquid Modernity and Entrepreneurship Orientation in University Students|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2013|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|