Yearly Archives: 2014

A great and inspiring text on why entrepreneurship may not always mean only technology but also humanities!

The Humanities Crisis

New Year, new research challenges!

After defining the basic “entrepreneurial skills” set we are now onto researching their labor market returns. We are checking whether graduates from entrepreneurial programs find jobs faster, find better matching jobs, are better paid in these jobs and if their matching can be improved over time thanks to their entrepreneurial skills.
Apart, we are also studying gender differences for returns to entrepreneurial skills. Finally, we are going to look whether social and political trust foster entrepreneurship and which kind of trust proves more important across different socio-political setups.