The Influence of Contextual Factors on Entrepreneurial Intention of
ABSTRACT The idea of owning personal businesses has been of serious contention between the young graduates and the government globally due to high rate of unemployment in most economies of the world and it has been argued that contextual factors in relation to educational support, structural and informal networks have contributed enormously to the development of entrepreneurial intention....
Published in 2013
Akinbola, O.A., Ogunnaike, O.O. and Amaihian, A.
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