Why do People Start-up? Motivation Structure of Early Entrepreneurship and the Innovation Drive in the Netherlands and Russia
Neuvazhaeva M., Ryabtsev N.
The paper differentiates the main reasons of entrepreneurial motivation to start-up, and what supports ability to innovate among entrepreneurs in the Netherlands and Russia.
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ВЛИЯНИЕ РАМОЧНЫХ УСЛОВИЙ ПРЕДПРИНИМАТЕЛЬСКОЙ ДЕЯТЕЛЬНОСТИ НА РАННЮЮ ПРЕДПРИНИМАТЕЛЬСКУЮ АКТИВНОСТЬ НАСЕЛЕНИЯ
, Вестник Киевского Национального университета имени Тараса Шевченко. Серия "Экономика" 2014 № 157 С. 17-22
The research tends to focus on the role of domestic political, legal, social and economic institutions in creating an environment conductive to SME"s development. Preliminary findings have shown that trends for optimists" share vary very much among different GEM participating countries. Model describes how early-stage entrepreneurial activity level depends on the share of adult population"s ...
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, , Complementation Strategies Of Russian Verbs Of Request / НИУ ВШЭ. Series WP BRP "Linguistics". 2014. No. 17/LNG/2014.
This paper describes the competition of complementation strategies of Russian verbs of request. We conducted a corpus-based study of six strategies of compelement encoding: infinitive, nominalisation, prepositional phrase with nominalisation, finite clause introduced with complementizer čtoby, non-finite clause introduced with complementizer čtoby (i.e. čtoby + infinitive), prepositional phrase with čtoby and expletive pronoun to (o ...
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, , et al., , in : Компьютерная лингвистика и интеллектуальные технологии: по материалам ежегодной международной конференции «Диалог» (Москва, 17–20 июня 2020 г.). Issue 19(26): дополнительный том.: -, 2020. P. 485-501.
We present the ShiftRy web service. It helps to analyze temporal changes in the usage of words in news texts from Russian mass media. For that, we employ diachronic word embedding models trained on large Russian news corpora from 2010 up to 2019. The users can explore the usage history of any given query word, ...
Added: June 21, 2020
, В кн. : Перспективные направления психологической науки. : М. : Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ, 2012. С. 177-186.
The article focuses on examination of the innovativeness as a factor which determines to a considerable degree the success of internationalisation in the educational sphere. It considers different approaches to the definition of concepts "innovation" and "innovativeness". Levels and kinds of the innovativeness are analyzed. ...
Added: October 15, 2012
, , et al., Мир перемен 2010 № 3 С. 147-162
Analysis of entrepreneurail activity, perceived opportunities for a business, motivational structure and funding sources of ealry entrepreneurship as well as of reasons and results of discontinuation of a business, based on the GEM 2009 data. ...
Added: December 9, 2012
, , Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 2015 Vol. 26 No. 6 P. 2267-2282
This article illustrates the development of government-nonprofit collaboration in The Netherlands. ...
Added: October 19, 2015
, Вопросы правоведения 2012 № 4 С. 166-230
Статья посвящена исследованию значения Ульриха Губера в становлении и развитии международного частного права и его науки. Ульрих Губер (голландский юрист XVII в.) является наиболее типичным выразителем голландской теории конфликтного права. В его работах наиболее рельефным образом отражена доктрина международной вежливости, составляющая основу голландской школы статутов. В статье делается вывод, что практически все аксиомы Губера вошли ...
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, В кн. : Двенадцатая Конференция по типологии и грамматике для молодых исследователей. Тезисы докладов (Санкт-Петербург, 19–21 ноября 2015 г.). : СПб. : Издательство Нестор-История, 2015. С. 69-72.
Исследование особенностей русских двувидовых глаголов при помощи корпусных методов ...
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, , et al., , in : Proceedings of the 13th Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2022). : Marseille : European Language Resources Association (ELRA), 2022. Ch. 298. P. 2788-2797.
Words of any language are to some extent related thought the ways they are formed. For instance, the verb ‘exempl-ify’ and the noun ‘example-s’ are both based on the word ‘example’, but the verb is derived from it, while the noun is inflected. In Natural Language Processing of Russian, the inflection is satisfactorily processed; however, ...
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Moderating effect of intellectual capital on innovativeness in Latin American subsistence small businesses
, Knowledge Management Research and Practice 2018 Vol. 16 P. 134-143
Small businesses created as a way of subsisting are very important in Latin America in alleviating extreme poverty. These businesses possibly need to innovate to compete. Innovativeness is strongly linked with intellectual capital, but the limitations of subsistence small businesses weaken this link. In particular, human capital possibly affects innovativeness, but the effect can be mediated or moderated by ...
Added: June 15, 2018
, , et al., Scando-Slavica 2012 Vol. 58 No. 2 P. 231-291
Nearly two thousand perfective verbs in Russian are formed via the addition of so-called "empty prefixes" (čistovidovye pristavki) to imperfective base verbs. The traditional assumption that prefixes are semantically "empty" when used to form aspectual pairs is problematic because the same prefixes are clearly "non-empty" when combined with other base verbs. Though some scholars have ...
Added: February 11, 2013
, Scando-Slavica 2015 Vol. 61 No. 1 P. 73-99
The Russian subjunctive particle by can be used in constructions that lack any finite verb form, such as constructions with infinitives, predicative adverbs, predicative adjectives, nouns and other nominal parts of speech. I compare the properties of these constructions and argue that all verbless subjunctives share a common semantic component – a positive evaluation of ...
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, , et al., Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition 2022
In this study, we investigated eye movements during silent reading in 222 typically developing Russian children from grades 1 through 6. First, we established eye-movement benchmarks and detected two periods (between grades 1-2 and grades 3-4) when reading development was the fastest. We compared the basic eye-movement measures in children to those in adults and ...
Added: October 25, 2022
, Томский журнал лингвистических и антропологических исследований 2018 № 1 С. 9-19
В статье представлены предварительные результаты исследования фонетической интерференции в русской речи чукчей; в центре внимания — система консонантизма. Анализируется реализация противопоставлений, свойственных системе русского консонантизма, рассматриваются изменения места и способа образования русских согласных, вызванные влиянием чукотской фонетической системы. Среди основных особенностей консонантизма русской речи чукчей можно выделить неустойчивость и неоднородность противопоставления «твёрдых» и «мягких», звонких и ...
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An empirical application of the financial instability hypothesis based on data from the Dutch non-financial private sector
, , , Journal of Post Keynesian Economics 2022 Vol. 45 No. 2 P. 281-300
This paper conducts an empirical analysis of the financial instability hypothesis on Dutch data. The main literature on this topic has been reviewed, and various financial fragility indexes to determine whether Dutch firms are in a hedge, speculative, or Ponzi regime are discussed. To do empirical analysis, 340 publicly-listed private Dutch firms from various industries ...
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, Вестник Университета (Государственный университет управления) 2013 № 17 С. 51-59
The paper analyzes main results of an empirical study on components of Entrepreneurial Framework Conditions (EFC) in Russia. The study is based on the microdata of the Adult Population Survey obtained under the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Project in 2011. The paper shows main quantitative and qualitative peculiarities of Russian population’s opinion on the EFC that ...
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NY : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2020
The importance of the Arctic in many fields of human activity strongly increased over the past decades. The academic scientific research demonstrates a 3-fold increase in the number of journal articles dealing with “Arctic”: from 1,400 in 2000 to 4,200 in 2018. This increase is not fortuitous but certainly stems from double importance of Arctic ...
Added: October 13, 2020
, , in : Theory of Entrepreneurship: new results and prospects (Research papers). : M. : -, 2011. P. 103-135.
The paper considers the financial choice of entrepreneurs at their initial stage of development as a key criterion of a new firm potential riskiness. The main objective of the research is the methodology elaboration aimed at the numerical estimation of the role of informal financial resources involved in the small business creation. Two fundamental considerations ...
Added: September 6, 2013
, , in : Annual Workshop on Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Urbana-Champaign Meeting 2017. : Michigan Slavic Publications, 2020. P. 150-170.
Clausal complements are generally taken to be free from formal licensing conditions such as the Case Filter. In this paper, I discuss the distributional restriction of čto-clause complements of N to restructuring V-N collocations earlier proposed in Knyazev 2016, where it was explained by a formal licensing requirement for čto-clausess. I present the results of ...
Added: April 19, 2018
, , et al., The Russian Journal of Cognitive Science 2021 Vol. 8 No. 3 P. 33-45
Non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) techniques combined with behavioral speech/language therapies have recently been suggested as a promising method for language recovery in people with aphasia (PWA). Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) and transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) are currently the most common types of NIBS for aphasia rehabilitation. In this study, we combined either rTMS ...
Added: June 9, 2022
, , et al., Journal of Clinical Psychology 2013 Vol. 69 No. 7 P. 774-791
OBJECTIVE: Despite large waves of westward migration, little is known about how to adapt services to assist Russian-speaking immigrants. In an attempt to bridge the scientist-practitioner gap, the current review synthesizes diverse literatures regarding what is known about immigrants from the Former Soviet Union. METHOD: Relevant empirical studies and reviews from cross-cultural and cultural psychology, sociology, psychiatric epidemiology, ...
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, , , , in : Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The New York Meeting 2015. : Ann Arbor : Michigan Slavic Publications, 2017. P. 363-379.
Numerous experimental studies have been devoted to so-called attraction errors in subject–verb agreement, as in (1a). Across languages, attraction errors were shown to arise more often in production and to cause smaller effects in comprehension than errors without attraction, as in (1b) (e.g. Badecker & Kuminiak 2007; Bock & Miller 1991; Clifton et al. 1999; ...
Added: October 9, 2017
, , , Вопросы психолингвистики 2019 № 1(39) С. 82-101
One of the under-researched areas of linguistic globalization is the expansion of American English communication norms into other cultural contexts. This phenomenon is especially obvious in the service sector where the interaction of English and Russian is quite intensive. The impact of Global English reveals itself, among other things, in the individual-focused customer communication and ...
Added: October 5, 2020