Dataset of Social Capital, Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy and Person-Entrepreneurship Fit in the transition of nascent entrepreneurs

Published: 18 August 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/3kyvx2dc9z.1
Contributor:
Enrique De La Hoz

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The data is based on 446Colombian entrepreneurs who are in the process of beginning a business, i.e., nascent entrepreneurs in the gestation or infancy stages of the business cycle. According to the Global Entrepreneurship, the process of beginning a firm can take up to 45 months until it matures into an established business in the adolescence period. For the sample, the following conditions are proposed: • Adults (over 18 years old). • Nascent entrepreneurs located in Colombia • People considered to be nascent entrepreneurs, engaged in at least two activities involving the intention to create a business (developing a business plan/model, building a work team, renting an office, attending business courses or seminars, developing a product or service, investing resources in the business idea). • People with a newly established business. This means that it has not been in ex-istence for more 4 years. • Adults (over 18 years old). • Nascent entrepreneurs located in Colombia • People considered to be nascent entrepreneurs, engaged in at least two activities involving the intention to create a business (developing a business plan/model, building a work team, renting an office, attending business courses or seminars, developing a product or service, investing resources in the business idea). • People with a newly established business. This means that it has not been in ex-istence for more 4 years.

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Institutions

Universidad Tecnologica de Bolivar

Categories

Entrepreneur Behavior, New Venture

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