Enterprising tertiary level students
Birdthistle, N., Hynes, B., O'Dwyer, Michele & Costin, Y. (2009). Enterprising tertiary level students. Electronic Journal of Family Business Studies (EJFBS), Vol. 3 (1). Retrieved from https://www.jyu.fi/jsbe/en/entrepreneurship/ejfbs
Published inElectronic Journal of Family Business Studies
PublisherJyväskylä University School of Business and Economics
ISSN Search the Publication Forum1796-9360
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