Exploring gender differences in attitudes of university students towards entrepreneurship

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Dabić, M; Daim, T; Bayraktaroglu, E; Novak, I; Basic, M;

Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to understand gender differences in entrepreneurial intentions as measured by perceived feasibility and perceived desirability, and to explore gender differences in perceptions of entrepreneurship education needs - in terms of prog... View more
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