Quotation Frank, Hermann, Keßler, Alexander. 2004. Nascent Entrepreneurship in a Longitundinal Perspective - The Impact of Personality, Environment, Resources and the Founding Process on the Decision to Start Up a Business: Results of the Vienna Entrepreneurship Studies. Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Glasgow, Großbritannien, 03.06.-05.06..


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Status of publication Published
Affiliation WU
Type of publication Paper presented at an academic conference or symposium
Language English
Title Nascent Entrepreneurship in a Longitundinal Perspective - The Impact of Personality, Environment, Resources and the Founding Process on the Decision to Start Up a Business: Results of the Vienna Entrepreneurship Studies
Event Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference
Year 2004
Date 03.06.-05.06.
Country United Kingdom
Location Glasgow

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Effects of the start-up process on new venture success
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Frank, Hermann (Details)
Keßler, Alexander (Details)
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Institute for Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship IN (Details)
Research Institute for Family Business FI (Details)
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