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Antreprenoriat si migratie de revenire in Romania

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Rezervă Categorie: Cod: 12021Autor: Croitoru AlinData apariție: 18-09-2019 Cuprins Răsfoiește

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Lucrarea Antreprenoriat și migrație de revenire in Romania reprezinta un exercițiu sociologic aplicativ in care uneltele conceptuale ale studierii antreprenoriatului sunt utilizate pentru ințelegerea unor factori determinanți ai asumarii acestui statut ocupațional in cazul migranților reveniți in Romania. Volumul este publicat intr-un context in care a devenit vizibil ca pentru o parte din populația Romaniei drumul spre antreprenoriat trece prin strainatate, iar potențialul de dezvoltare asociat acestor inițiative antreprenoriale a intrat pe agenda politicilor publice.

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