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Research On The Construction And Operation Mode Of College Student Entrepreneurship Alliance – Taking Hebei Province As An Example

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The construction and good operation of college student entrepreneurship organizations play an important role in the cultivation of college student entrepreneurship awareness and the improvement of college student entrepreneurship ability and success rate. This paper summarizes the factors restricting student entrepreneurship and proposes the suggestion of constructing student entrepreneurship alliance based on the analysis of the education and the current operation status of entrepreneurship organizations in Hebei Province. With the idea of “Promoting employment by entrepreneurship to realize social entrepreneurship” and the target of “Improving college student entrepreneurship success rate”, college student entrepreneurship alliance integrates multi social resources with the involvement of the government, society, enterprises and colleges. The operation of the alliance is divided into education stage, incubation stage and marketing operation stage. By the three stages’ cultivation to college students, it plays a positive role in aspects such as the participation of college education and social education, the promotion of entrepreneurship education development and college student entrepreneurship success rate and district economic development.

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How to Succeed with Film Production in the Regions?
A Study of Key Success Factors in the Norwegian Regional Film Business

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This article explores what two regional film production companies in Norway do to survive and succeed with their goals. The production of feature films in Norway is largely an Oslo-based effort, but despite this reality, there are companies in the regions that produce feature films. The analysis draws on semi-structured interviews with eight employees in two companies. Mer Film has in relatively short time managed to attract talented directors and establish networks with international, critically acclaimed production companies. Filmbin was one of the first film companies in Norway who committed themselves to the production of films for children. The article shows that success must be related to context and that reputation, talent development and choice of genre, geographical location, networking and social capital, risk diversification, entrepreneurship, organizational culture and leadership, are essential factors for the companies.

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The Role of Technology Entrepreneurship Education in Encouraging to Launch New Ventures

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Investigating the moderating role of work experience on students` entrepreneurial intentions: evidence from Romania

-1182 Chiles, T.H., Bluedorn, A.C., & Gupta, V.K. (2007). Beyond creative destruction and entrepreneurial discovery: A radical Austrian approach to entrepreneurship. Organization Studies, 28(4), 467-493. Fitzsimmons, J.R. & Douglas, E.J. (2011). Interaction between feasibility and desirability in the formation of entrepreneurial intentions. Journal of Business Venturing, 26(4), 431-440 Keat, O.Y., Selvarajh, C. & Meyer, D. (2011). Inclination towards entrepreneurship among university students. An empirical study of Malaysian university

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Group Lending Model - A Panacea to Reduce Transaction Cost?

. Learning Curve Spillovers and Transaction Cost in the Microfinance Industry of the Philippines. Entrepreneurship & Organization Management Elikel, R.V, Hermes, N., Lensink N.2011, “Group lending and the role of the group leader”, Small Business Economics, 36, pp. 299-321 Ghatak, M. & Guinnane, T. W.1999. The Economics of Lending with Joint Liability: Theory and Practice. Journal of Development Economics. Vol. 60, pp 195-228 Ghatak, M. 2000. Screening by the Company You Keep: Joint Liability Lending and the Peer Selection

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Detecting a Sustainable Mindset through Using Content Analysis of Teacher-produced Learning Journals

Management & E-Learning: An International Journal , 4 (4), 435–454. Leximancer software. Available at https://info.leximancer.com/ Ploum, L., Blok, V., Lans, T., & Omta, O. (2018). Toward a validated competence framework for sustainable entrepreneurship. Organization and Environment , 31 (2), 113–132. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F1086026617697039 ProfESus Erasmus+ project. Link to curriculum https://profesus.eu/outputs/english/ Rauch, F., & Steiner, R. (2013). Competences for education for sustainable development in teacher education. CEPS

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Sustainability of a Small Firm – the Entrepreneurial Perspective

, Oficyna Wydawnicza Branta, Bydgoszcz, 14-29. Ploum, L., Blok, V., Lans T., Omta O., 2018. Toward a validated competence framework for sustainable entrepreneurship. Organization&Environment, 31(2), 113-132. Prawo ochrony środowiska (POS) z dnia 27 kwietnia 2001 r., art.3, pkt.50. Raymond, L., Marchand, M., St-Pierre, J., Cadieux,, L., Labelle, F., 2013. Dimensions of small business performance from the owner-manager's perspective: a re-conceptualization and empirical validation , Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 25(5-6), 468-499. Revell

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Can Education for Sustainable Development Change Entrepreneurship Education to Deliver a Sustainable Future?

October 12, 2017 from http://akep.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/60_Creating_impact_full.pdf Ploum, L., Blok, V., Lans, T., & Omta, O. (2017). Towards a validated competence framework for sustainable entrepreneurship. Organization and Environment , Retrieved October 12, 2017 from http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1086026617697039 Powell, B. (2013). Dilemmas in entrepreneurship pedagogy. Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, 16 , 99–112. OECD. (2012). Policy grief on youth entrepreneurship . Luxembourg, OECD/European Union. Retrieved

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The Need for Entrepreneurial Education at University

commitment to entrepreneurial opportunities within firms: Does intuition-based behavior matter? Submission for European Summer University. Dehghanpour Farashah, A. (2013). The process of impact of entrepreneurship education and training on entrepreneurship perception and intention. Study of educational system of Iran. Education + Training , 55 (8/9), 868–885. Dew, N. (2009). Serendipity in entrepreneurship. Organization Studies , 30 (7), 735–753. Druker, P. (2015). Innovation and entrepreneurship. Practice and principles . London: Routledge

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Servitization as A Tool to Increase Vitality of Ageing Rural Community

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