Entrepreneurial self-efficacy and business start-up : developing a multi-dimensional definition

@inproceedings{Drnovek2010EntrepreneurialSA,
  title={Entrepreneurial self-efficacy and business start-up : developing a multi-dimensional definition},
  author={Mateja Drnov{\vs}ek and Joakim Wincent and M{\'e}lissa Cardon},
  year={2010}
}
Purpose – The aims of this paper are to: critically review and identify gaps in current literature on entrepreneurial self-efficacy, provide a definition of entrepreneurial self-efficacy that addresses some of those gaps, and explore the role of entrepreneurial self-efficacy during the phases of a business start-up process. The research seeks to define entrepreneurial self-efficacy using three sources of dimensionality. The first includes the particular aspect of entrepreneurship to which self… CONTINUE READING

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