Learning opportunities and learning behaviours of small business starters: Relations with goal achievement, skill development and satisfaction
CitationVan Gelderen, M.; Van de Sluis, L.; Jansen, P. (2005). Learning opportunities and learning behaviours of small business starters: Relations with goal achievement, skill development and satisfaction. Small Business Economics. Vol. 25, No. 1, pp. 97-108.
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