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The Perception of Job-related Motivators When Choosing a Career in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry – A Comparative Study Between Polish and Spanish Students

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Interdisciplinarity in Tech Startups Development – Case Study of ‘Unistartapp’ Project

’ Preparationfor Entrepreneurship Education. Report for DG EDUCATION AND CULTURE, August. [12] Leja, K., 2011. Koncepcje zarządzania współczesnym uniwersytetem (The Concepts in Contemporary University Management). Gdańsk: Wydawnictwo Politechniki Gdańskiej. [13] Leja, K., 2015. Trzy misje uczelni, trzy ścieżki kariery (The Three Missions of University, the Three Career Paths). Forum Akademickie (Academic Forum), 1, p.21. [14] Lockett, A., Wright, M., Wild, A., 2015. The Institutionalization of Third Stream Activities in UK Higher

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STEM-oriented high schools and dual enrolment as effective methods for promoting engineering programs

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Lifelong Learners Influencing Organizational Change

Business. Sinek, S. (2014, March). Simon Sinek: Why good leaders make you feel safe [Video file]. Retrieved from Strebel, P. (1996). Why Do Employees Resist Change? Harvard Business Review, 74(3), 86-92. The Economist. (2017, January). Equipping People to Stay Ahead of Technological Change. Retrieved from

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Generational Differences In Organizational Justice Perceptions: An Exploratory Investigation Across Three Generational Cohorts

. (2013) - Perceptions of organisational justice, restorative organisational justice, and their relatedness to perceptions of organisational attractiveness . Unpublished Masters Dissertation. University of Witwaters-rand. [24] Pogson C., Cober A., Doverspike D., Rogers J. (2003) - Differences in self-reported work ethic across three career stages. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 62, pp. 189–201. [25] Raines C. (2002) - Managing Millennials . Retrieved February 24, 2015, from Generations at Work Web Site: www

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Socio-Economic Implications of Female Inclusion in Organizational Structures and in Leadership Positions

career change, INSEAD Working Paper . Ibarra, H., Wittman, S., Petriglieri, G., Day, D. V. (2014), Leadership and Identity: An Examination of Three Theories and New Research Directions, in: D. V. Day (ed.), The Oxford handbook of leadership and organizations , Oxford Library of Psychology, Oxford University Press, USA, pp. 285–300. ILO International Labour Organization (2014), Global Employment Trends 2014: Risk of a jobless recovery? accessed: in January 2015. Kelly, E., Dobbin, F. (1999), Civil rights law at work: Sex discrimination and the

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The Impact of the 2008-2009 Global Crisis on Entrepreneurial Aspirations and Attitudes


We examine the impact of the Global Crisis on entrepreneurial aspirations and entrepreneurial attitudes. We focus on three aspiration variables (Growth Expectation early-stage Entrepreneurial Activity, New Product early-stage Entrepreneurial Activity, and International Orientation early-stage Entrepreneurial Activity), and eight attitude variables (Entrepreneurial Intention, Entrepreneurship as Desirable Career Choice, Fear of Failure Rate, High Status Successful Entrepreneurship, Know Startup Entrepreneur Rate, Media Attention for Entrepreneurship, Perceived Capabilities, and Perceived Opportunities). Our results show that, two of the attitude variables have changed significantly three years after the crisis. Entrepreneurial Intention is significantly higher in 2011 (i.e. three years after the crisis started) when compared to 2008, and Know Startup Entrepreneur Rate is significantly lower in 2011 when compared to 2008. On the other hand, we find no significant change in any of the aspiration variables.

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What Makes Work Meaningful

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Professional and Transversal Competencies in the Accounting Field: Do Employers’ Expectations Fit Students’ Perceptions? Evidence from Western Romania

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Female Employment and Parental Leave: The Case of Poland

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