The emigrant entrepreneur: a theoretical framework and empirical approximation

Autores UPV
Año
Revista International Entrepreneurship and Managenent Journal

Abstract

The present paper examines the concept of emigrant entrepreneur in relation to level of training and language skills. The study focuses on the relationship of both variables with business activity, motivation and the process followed by entrepreneur. The results show a trend in the relationship between the variable language skills and the type of activity developed. The variable ¿level of training¿ is revealed as the most influential factor affecting the business sector of activity, the level of turnover and the attitude towards entrepreneurship.