Environmental factors and graduate start up in Uganda
Katono, Isaac Wasswa
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Purpose: A major concern in many countries is the failure to see high levels of apparent intent to start up amongst graduates. This study investigates the relationship between social and closer valuation and intention to start a business by graduates in Uganda.
Use this URI to cite this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11951/48
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