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ANALYSIS OF HOW ENTREPRENEURIAL ATTITUDES DEVELOPED IN ARGENTINA FROM 2002 TO 2016 Business Research: Group Report Alessandro Zanetti: 500777588 Anke Dekker: 500779383 Frederique van Rikxoort: 500776761 Naomi Milena van der Laan: 500777174 Lecturer: Mrs. Pekisan Class; IB1J Anke Dekker: 500779383 Frederique van Rikxoort: 500776761 Alessandro Zanet : 500777588 Naomi Milena van der Laan 500777174 Lecturer: Mrs. Pesikan Class: IB1J
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Executive summary This report was commissioned to examine the entrepreneurial attitudes development in Argentina between 2002 and 2016. The current economic situation of Argentina is quite unclear and not giving assurances on future economic growth. On the other hand, the entrepreneurial intentions rate has kept a steady trend since 2009 giving more confidence to entrepreneurs for the future. The analysis’ main aim is to assess the current trend of entrepreneurial attitudes and behavior in order to explain the current economic situation of Argentina and its possible future’s trends. The main question of this business research report is: “How have entrepreneurial attitudes developed in Argentina from 2002 to 2016?” The purpose of this study is descriptive and the research strategy is a case study. Moreover, there is minimal interference. This study is done in a non-contrived setting. Finally, the unit of analysis is individuals and the time horizon is a cross sectional study. The most important findings, next to the conclusion, where the findings concerning the sub questions and key indicators. The sub questions are: How have entrepreneurial intentions developed in Argentina from 2002 to 2016? How have perceived opportunities developed in Argentina from 2002 to 2016? How has the fear of failure rate developed in Argentina from 2002 to 2016? How have perceived capabilities developed in Argentina from 2002 to 2016? The entrepreneurial intentions rate of Argentina between 2002 and 2016 shows a general upward trend. In 2002 there was a 10.78% entrepreneurial intentions rate and in 2016 this rate was 27.96%. The perceived opportunities rate had a significant downward trend between 2003 and 2016. The higher the growth in the GDP (annual%) rate, the lower the fear of failure rate and vice versa. There was a slightly downward trend in the perceived capabilities rate in Argentina between 2002 and 2016. In the period analyzed, 5.67% of the respondents did not believe that they had the skills to start a new business. The conclusion found would be that the fear of failure rate decreased during the years. The entrepreneurial intentions rate of Argentina between 2002 and 2016 increased, in general. This has a positive effect on the entrepreneurial ship (attitudes). The perceived capabilities and perceived opportunities rate on the other hand decreased in general between the years. This has a negative effect on the entrepreneurial ship (attitudes), because if the perceived capabilities rate is low, less people who believe they acquired the required skills to start a business.
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