ENTREPRENEURIAL RISK PERCEPTION AND ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION OF EMPLOYED AND UNEMPLOYED IN THE CONTEXT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL INDIVIDUAL RESOURCES
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The changes in the nature of economic and social issues have renewed the attention on the role of entrepreneurship, and point to a multifaceted way of how entrepreneurship activities can mediate and foster sustainable development and social welfare. Recent research on entrepreneurship has redirected attention away from the entrepreneur as an individual with inborn personality dispositions and more towards entrepreneurship competence as a composition of skills and attitudes interacting with a range of factors affecting individual and his/her work and life circumstances. In this paper we point to the way risk perception and entrepreneurial intentions are associated with the entrepreneurial individual resources of the employed and unemployed. The main findings of the current paper were summarized separately in the context of employment and unemployment.
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