Comparing Entrepreneurial Climates of Germany and India: More Similarities than Differences?
Part of the International Studies in Entrepreneurship book series (ISEN, volume 19)
KeywordsEntrepreneurial Activity Entrepreneurial Orientation Entrepreneurial Intention Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Entrepreneurship Education
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