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Cheating by economics and business undergraduate students: an exploratory international assessment
Today’s economics and business students are expected to be our future business people and potentially the economic leaders and politicians of tomorrow. Thus, their beliefs and practices are liable toExpand
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The Evolution of the Cluster Literature: Shedding Light on the Regional Studies–Regional Science Debate
Cruz S. C. S. and Teixeira A. A. C. The evolution of the cluster literature: shedding light on the regional studies–regional science debate, Regional Studies. Despite the intuitive awareness aboutExpand
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Twenty Years of Rural Entrepreneurship: A Bibliometric Survey
Entrepreneurship, in general, and rural entrepreneurship, in particular, has become a dynamic field of research in the last two decades. It seems therefore timely to present a quantitative survey ofExpand
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Mapping the (in)visible college(s) in the field of entrepreneurship
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This study follows a formal selection procedure to delimit the ‘relational environment’ of entrepreneurship and to analyze the existence and characterization of (in)visible college(s) based on a theoretically well-grounded framework. Expand
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The innovative behaviour of tourism firms
Tourism is a growing and an extremely competitive sector. To be competitive, tourism firms need do innovate, responding to the more and more demanding tourist. Nonetheless, research on this field isExpand
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Evolution, roots and influence of the literature on National Systems of Innovation: a bibliometric account
The literature on the National Systems of Innovation (NSI) is a relatively new field of research that has spread remarkably in the past 20 years. This article offers a complementary, quantitativeExpand
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The impact of class absenteeism on undergraduates’ academic performance: evidence from an elite Economics school in Portugal
The empirical literature focusing mainly on the USA suggests that class absenteeism undermines students’ academic performance and that an enforced mandatory attendance policy may be beneficial. BasedExpand
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A bibliometric portrait of the evolution, scientific roots and influence of the literature on university–industry links
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The study of university–industry relations has been the focus of growing interest in the literature. Expand
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The anatomy of business failure: A qualitative account of its implications for future business success
The aim of the present study is to contribute to the empirical literature on the consequences of Business Failure (BF), resorting to qualitative methods in order to better understand the aftermath ofExpand
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A Review Essay on the Measurement of Child Well-Being
Research on indicators related to the state of child well-being is a growing field that has experienced several changes over time. The growing supply of data on children, as well as the need toExpand
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