Analysis of entrepreneurial potential with a focus on entrepreneurial intentions of young people in developing countries – ENIN

Analysis of entrepreneurial potential with a focus on entrepreneurial intentions of young people in developing countries – ENIN


Commissioned by: University "Goce Delcev"
Project duration: November 2017 – November 2018
Project manager: Edo Rajh
Collaborators: Jelena Budak


The goal of this research project is to investigate the entrepreneurial potential of developing countries through the analysis of the entrepreneurial intentions and its antecedents among young people. This research will be based on the Theory of Planned Behaviour and the basic model will be expanded with additional personal-level and contextual variables. The study will explore the effects of both personal-level and contextual variables on entrepreneurial intentions. Research will be conducted in two countries: Macedonia and Croatia. Results will be published in two papers in journals indexed in Web of Science. Data will be collected by survey on the sample of students from University of Zagreb and University "Goce Delcev" in Stip. Dana collection instrument will be highly-structured questionnaire developed by researchers on the project. Collected data will be analysed with the methods of descriptive statistics and the methods of multivariate analysis.

 

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