Entrepreneurial Attitudes in the University of Rosario : What is the Role of Gender?
This study examines whether there is a difference in the entrepreneurial intentions among male and female students in University of Rosario’s School of Business. The idea is to precise, as well, if there are any gender-related differences regarding previous entrepreneurial engagement and the type of business the students are inclined to start. This work results important as it provides a general account on the professionals that the university is helping to develop, especially concerning the intentions they have to start their own business in the future. Thus, by combining qualitative and quantitative research methods, and using a Chi Square test of independence, the results lead to conclude there is no relevant difference between male and female students in any of the variables studied.
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