Caracterización del comportamiento emprendedor para los estudiantes de Administración de la Universidad del Rosario

Translated title of the contribution: Characterization of the enterpreneurial behavior of business Administration students at Universidad del Rosario

Sergio Andrés Pulgarín Molina, Marleny Cardona Acevedo

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Abstract

Entrepreneurship as a field of study has gained a significant role in the academic and government agendas stated at a five- year term as it consolidates economic development and innovation processes in different countries. One example of this is Colombia, in which the impact has been obvious to get regulatory formal frameworks as 1014 of 2006 Law to foment an entrepreneurial culture, as well as institutions for the development of entrepreneurship. However, all efforts to have spaces to stimulate this aspect should go further the design of strategic planning that allows the formation of entrepreneurs based on articulated aims and policies clearly identified. For this reason, in the entrepreneurship department of Universidad del Rosario a study was made which set up the characterization of the entrepreneur profile of students to identify weaknesses and strengths. This study used the methodology based on the characteristics of entrepreneur behavior to make the study involving Business Administration students in each of the three academic programs. Finally, considering the results of this study, this department can design its programs and projects as well as all the policies to develop the necessary qualities to form better entrepreneurs.
Translated title of the contributionCharacterization of the enterpreneurial behavior of business Administration students at Universidad del Rosario
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)22-39
Number of pages17
JournalRevista Mad
Issue number71
StatePublished - Dec 31 2011

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