The special issue aims at enhancing understanding of young people’s background, attitudes and competencies for entrepreneurial careers, and of young entrepreneurs’ motivation and work, in the context of framework conditions in the developing world.
Articles must be focused on youth (up to 34 years old), should not be case studies but should seek statistical generalisability across countries in the developing world, and should take advantage of cross-nationally comparable data such as those available from Global Entrepreneurship Monitor.
Suitable topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Young persons’ education and training for entrepreneurship
- Young persons’ entrepreneurial competencies
- Young persons’ attitudes toward entrepreneurship
- Young persons’ inheritance of vocations of parents
- Young persons’ entrepreneurial intention
- Young person’s motives for entrepreneurial pursuits
- Inclusiveness with respect to gender, age, education, income, etc.
- Family involvement in businesses run by young entrepreneurs
- Young entrepreneurs’ financing
- Young entrepreneurs’ aspirations
- National framework conditions affecting youth involvement in entrepreneurship
Submission of manuscripts: 30 November, 2015