Motivation of new entrepreneurs in modern economies

Keywords: entrepreneurship, motivation, countries, voluntary entrepreneurs, forced entrepreneurs, highly demanding entrepreneurs.

Abstract

Recent decades have shown an increasing role of entrepreneurship in both economically developed and developing national economies. The purpose of the research is the estimation of the indicators that describe the proportion of voluntary, demanding and forced entrepreneurs in the total number of early entrepreneurs. The existing ratio of entrepreneurs with different motivation was also evaluated. The study used empirical data obtained in 2018 and presented in the Global entrepreneurship monitoring report. The normal distribution functions were used to develop economic and mathematical models for approximating initial data and evaluating four indicators of early entrepreneurs motivation in different countries.

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Author Biographies

I. S. Pinkovetskaia, Ulyanovsk State University, Ulyanovsk, Russia.

PhD, Associate Professor, Ulyanovsk State University, Ulyanovsk, Russia.

Diego Felipe Arbeláez-Campillo, Universidad de la Amazonia, Colombia.

Grupo de investigación Lenguajes, representaciones y Educación, Universidad de la Amazonia, Colombia. Editor Revista Amazonia Investiga (ISSN 2322-6307).

Magda Julissa Rojas-Bahamón, IE Jorge Eliécer Gaitán, Colombia.

PhD. Education and Environmental Culture. Professor IE Jorge Eliécer Gaitán, Colombia.

Daniela S. Veas Iniesta, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Russia.

Professor and Researcher, Institute of Engineering Economics and Humanities, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University. Co-Editor Economics Journal (ISSN: 2711-2454).

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Published
2020-05-18
How to Cite
Pinkovetskaia, I., Arbeláez-Campillo, D., Rojas-Bahamón, M., & Veas Iniesta, D. (2020). Motivation of new entrepreneurs in modern economies. Amazonia Investiga, 9(29), 368-373. https://doi.org/10.34069/AI/2020.29.05.41
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