Przedsiębiorczość wśród polskich studentów (na podstawie wyników badań wśród studentów WNEIZ UMK w Toruniu)
ENTERPRENEURSHIP AMONG POLISH STUDENTS (BASED ON DESK RESEARCH AMONG STUDENTS OF FACULTY OF ECONIMICS AND MANAGEMENT AT NICOLAUS COPRENICUS UNIVERSITY IN TORUN)
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Peter Drucker said that „wherever you see a successful business, someone once made a courageous decision". In Poland, more and more people show such courage. This is evidenced e.g. by the growing number of micro-enterprises (that employ no more than 9 people). Without a doubt, this number could be even greater, especially if we take into account the fact that Poland is for more than two decades a capitalist country. The cause of not very high propensity to run own business are not only the external conditions (which, as evidenced by the results of many studies on this topic and daily reality, are, to put it mildly, not very favorable), but also in the sphere of the personal traits of the nation, which were developed during several decades of murderous communist dictatorship, that was in principle hostile to entrepreneurship and any market initiatives. In this situation extremely valuable seem to be any results of desk researches on entrepreneurial attitudes among Poles. The article presents such data related to a group of the students of economics and management of the Faculty of Economics and Management at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun.
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