Uwarunkowania społeczne i ich wpływ na przedsiębiorczość w świetle doświadczeń Stanów Zjednoczonych

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Robert Rumiński

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Celem artykułu jest zbadanie roli i wpływu uwarunkowań społecznych na rozwój przedsiębiorczości w świetle doświadczeń USA. Zarówno socjologia jak i kultura odgrywają ważną rolę i wywierają znaczący wpływ na stymulację rozwoju przedsiębiorczości w USA. W publikacji położono szczególny nacisk na kluczowe zmienne wykorzystywane w badaniach dotyczących przedsiębiorczości, takie jak: płeć, rasa, wiek i wykształcenie (czynniki społeczne), ich wpływ na przedsiębiorczość oraz rolę w rozwoju przedsiębiorstwa. Uwagę poświęcono również wpływowi czynników kulturowych na krajobraz przedsiębiorczości.

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Rumiński, R. (2017). Uwarunkowania społeczne i ich wpływ na przedsiębiorczość w świetle doświadczeń Stanów Zjednoczonych . Kwartalnik Nauk O Przedsiębiorstwie, 45(4), 77-94. https://doi.org/10.5604/01.3001.0010.7456
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