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Reflections on the societal conditions for the pervasiveness of entrepreneurial behavior in Western Societies

Reflections on the societal conditions for the pervasiveness of entrepreneurial behavior in Western Societies

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BRANDL, Julia, Bernadette BULLINGER, 2009. Reflections on the societal conditions for the pervasiveness of entrepreneurial behavior in Western Societies. In: Journal of Management Inquiry. 18(2), pp. 159-173

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