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The importance of international experience for Romanian students in establishing career priorities

). Udrea, G. and Ștefăniță, O. (2016), "Mobility and youth employment in the EU. Addressing students’ perspectives about future careers abroad", Responsible entrepreneurship - vision, development and ethics: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Regional Development, June 23-24, Bucharest, Romania, pp. 413-424, Bucharest. Van der Wende, M. (1997), “Internationalising the curriculum in Dutch higher education: An international comparative perspective”, Journals of Studies in International

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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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A plea for quality in internship programmes – evidence from the business and administration students’ experience

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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

substitutes for leadership: A longitudinal study of research and development project team performance. Journal of Applied Psychology, 91, 202-210. Littman-Ovadia, H., & Steger, M.F. (2010). Character strengths and well-being among volunteers and employees: towards an integrative model. Journal of Positive Psychology, 6, 419-430. Lips-Wiersma, M. (2002). Analysing the career concerns of spiritually oriented people: lessons for contemporary organizations. Career Development International, 7(7), 385-397. Lips-Wiersma, M., Morris

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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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The Most Important Attributes of Entrepreneurs. Case Study of the Environment of Czech SMEs.

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Women as Emotional Entities in the Hospitality Sector of Mauritius. A Case Study

. 1996, ‘Strategic HRM the gendered division of labour in the hotel industry: a case study,’ Personnel Review, Vol. 25, No 2, pp19-34. CONRAD, C. & WITTE, K. 1994, Is emotional expression repression oppression? Myths of organizational affective regulation. In S. A. Deetz (Ed.), Communication Yearbook, 17 pp 417-428. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 10) DAVID, M., and WOODWARD, D., (Eds). 1998, Negotiating the Glass Ceiling: Careers of Senior Women in the Academic World. London, Falmer Press. ERICKSON, R.J. and WHARTON, A.S. 1997

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Entrepreneurial Intentions: Gem Based Emipirical Analysis on the Northern Europe and Asian Countries

. (2002). Self-Employment as a career choice: Attitudes, EI and utility maximization, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 26(3), 81-90. European Commission. (2010). Europe 2020. A european strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. Available at: (accessed 20 October 2014). Fisher, R., Maritz, A., & Lobo, A. (2014). Evaluating entrepreneurs’ perception of success. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior

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