Prace Naukowe Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego we Wrocławiu 63/7. Social issues in the considerations of classical economists

Prace Naukowe Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego we Wrocławiu 63/7. Social issues in the considerations of classical economists

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The purpose of the article is to identify and analyse the factors influencing the entrepreneurial intentions of students at the Faculty of Economics, Management and Tourism of Wrocław University of Economics (FEMT) and the Technical University of Liberec (TUL). The research hypothesis adopted in the study stated that despite the geographical proximity of the carried out social functions, there occurs a large variety of motivation, personality and cultural factors influencing the entrepreneurial intentions of students from FEMT and TUL. The presented layout of the article and the applied research methods, such as the subject literature overview, descriptive and comparative analysis and survey research conducted using CAWI (Computer-Assisted Web Interview) method were used to achieve the defined objective and to verify the hypothesis. The analysis and interpretation of the research material allowed to confirm the adopted research hypothesis.


Liczba stron298
WydawcaWydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego we Wrocławiu
Numer wydania1
Język publikacjiangielski
Informacja o sprzedawcyRavelo Sp. z o.o.

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  Part 1. Economics and Finances    5
  Jacek Adamek, Wojciech Krawiec, Małgorzata Solarz: Entrepreneurial intentions of Polish and Czech students – comparative studies     7
  Barbara Danowska-Prokop: Social issues in the considerations of classical economists    25
  Krzysztof Adam Firlej: Expenditure on research and development activities as a determinant of the innovativeness of the European Union’s economy     35
  Mariusz Hamulczuk, Jakub Kraciuk: Offshoring and wages: Evidence from EU manufacturing industries     47
  Joanna Kos-Łabędowicz: Is there an “intergenerational gap” in transport usage? Comparing transport preferences of seniors and students     58
  Agnieszka Kurdyś-Kujawska, Agnieszka Sompolska-Rzechuła: Determinants of demand for life insurance: The example of farmers from north-west Poland     71
  Jacek Pera: Default and equity risk premium in the conditions of globalization and the internationalisation of the biggest capital markets of the EU and GFCI countries. Ex post implied equity premium analysis    82
  Katarzyna Pieczarka: Conditions of the development of electronic commerce in Poland     92
  Aleksandra Pleśniarska: Assumptions and development of the Digital Single Market in the context of economic growth in the European Union     103
  Katarzyna Smędzik-Ambroży, Agnieszka Sapa: Efficiency and technical progress in agricultural productivity in the European Union    114
  Nina Stępnicka, Paulina Wiączek: Time banks vs household production theory and threats to the fiscal security of the state    127
  Krzysztof Surówka: The influence of revenue sources on the financial independence and investment activity of communes and cities with ‘powiat’ rights in Poland    136
  Urszula Sztanderska, Gabriela Grotkowska: The role of education in the determination of earnings in Poland – intergenerational differences    155
  Urszula Zagóra-Jonszta: Selected problems of the labour market as approached by Keynes, Galbraith and Friedman     172
  Part 2. Management and Quality Sciences    185
  Krzysztof Borodako, Jadwiga Berbeka, Michał Rudnicki: The innovativeness of Knowledge-Intensive Business Services in the context of market needs     187
  Tomasz Budzik, Anna Budzik: An assessment of the impact of customers and suppliers as competitive forces in Polish car communication enterprises     203
  Katarzyna Czernek-Marszałek: Distance dimensions and their impact on business cooperation in a tourist destination     217
  Sabina Kauf: A smart sustainable city: The challenges facing sustainable mobility    230
  Joanna Kizielewicz: Prospects of development of the cruise ship tourism market – the case study of the Baltic Sea region     244
  Jakub Mateusz Marcinkowski, Iwona Małgorzata Kutzner, Iwona Bożydaj-Jankowska: Dysfunctions in B2B relations with a supplier in the supply chain    256
  Agnieszka Orankiewicz, Maciej Turała: The development of cities in Poland – the role of education     271
  Marcin Serwiński: Identification of the optimal automotive R&D area in the context of implementing the Follow-the-Sun strategy – empirical study     286
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