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Risk of Investments in Human Capital and Expected Worker Mobility

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The main purpose of the article is to examine workers’ mobility expectations under the risk of investments in human capital. We focus on the earnings risk associated with investments in human capital. In particular, we attempt to identify the specific risk for occupational groups and then conduct a descriptive analysis of the mobility expectations in occupational groups with different risk levels. The empirical analysis is based on the cross-sectional data from the survey Bilans Kapitału Ludzkiego (Human Capital Balance).

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The Business Model Approach in Entrepreneurship Education: Impact on Undergraduates′ Enterprise Potential

://europa.eu.int/comm/enterprise/library/enterprise-papers/pdf/enterprise_paper_14_2003.pdf Baden-Fuller, C. & Morgan, M. S. 2010. Business models as models, Long Range Planning, 43: 156-171. Baker, T & Nelson, R (2005). Creating Something from Nothing: Resource Construction through Entrepreneurial Bricolage. Administrative Science Ouarterly, 50, 329-366 Caird, S. (1991). Testing enterprise tendency in occupational groups. British Journal of Management, 12, 177-186. Chandler, G; DeTienne, D; McKelvie, A & Mumford, T (2011). Causation and effectuation processes: A validation study

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