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Entrepreneurship in Times of Crisis
Entrepreneurship represents the views, attitudes and actions of an individual that desires to create or extract value from a perceived opportunity. This usually manifests through the individual’s willingness to face risk through the form of starting a business organization. Entrepreneurship plays a key role in transforming the economy and society by stimulating economic development, testing innovative ideas, creating new jobs, and by enriching the quality of life and human existence.
2. Factors Influencing Entrepreneurship
2.1. Economic Growth
2.4. Demographic Characteristics
This entry is adapted from 10.3390/su131910702
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