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Gendered and Cross-Country Differences of Becoming Self-Employed: The Impact of Individual Resources and Institutional Restrictions (09.06.05)
Robert Strohmeyer, Vartuhi Tonoyan & Werner W. Wittmann (2005):
"Gendered and Cross-Country Differences of Becoming Self-Employed: The Impact of Individual Resources and Institutional Restrictions."
Paper presented at the "2005 Babson-Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference", Babson College, USA, June 9th-11th.
Publikation: The Dark Side of Trust: Corruption and Entrepreneruship (01.01.05)
Tonoyan, Vartuhi (2005) "The Dark Side of Trust: Corruption and Entrepreneurship." In H.-H. Höhmann & F. Welter (eds.): Trust and Entrepreneurship - A West-East Perspective. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 39-58
Corruption and Entrepreneurship (03.11.04)
Vartuhi Tonoyan & Robert Strohmeyer (2004) "Corruption and Entrepreneurship: How Formal and Informal Institutions Shape Small Firm's Behavior." Paper presented at the G-Forum: 8. Interdisziplinäre Jahreskonferenz zur Gründungsforschung, Stuttgart, November 3-5.
Understanding Corrupt Behavior of Entrepreneurs (22.09.04)
Vartuhi Tonoyan, Manfred Perlitz & Werner W. Wittman (2004) "Understanding Corrupt Behavior of Entrepreneurs. Impact of Cultural Values and Attitudes." Paper presented at the International Conference on Entrepreneurship: Contexts, Locales and Values, OECD LEED Programme, University of Essex & Paris Dauphine University, Paris, France, September 22-24.
Corruption and Civic Society - A Conceptional and Empirical View (09.09.04)
Vartuhi Tonoyan, Robert Strohmeyer & Khatchik DerGhoukassian (2004): "Corruption and Civic Society - A Conceptional and Empirical View. A Cross-National Comparison between Emerging Democracies in the Trans-Caucasus, Eastern Europe and the Batlic States." Paper presented at the Middle East and Central Asia Politics, Economics and Society Conference: Transitions and Inequalty in the 21st Century, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA, September 9-11.
Corruption and Entrepreneurship: Unwritten Codes of Conduct, Trust and Social Values: An East-West Comparison (02.06.04)
Vartuhi Tonoyan, Manfred Perlitz & Werner W. Wittmann (2004) Corruption and Entrepreneurship: Unwritten Codes of Conduct, Trust and Social Values: An East-West Comparison. Paper presented at the 2004 Babson-Kaufmann Entrepreneurship Research Conference, University of Startclyde, Glasgow, UK, June 2-6.
Publikation: Gründerinnen und selbständige Frauen in Deutschland (15.02.04)
René Leicht, Friederike Welter (2004):
Gründerinnen und selbständige Frauen in Deutschland - Potenziale, Strukturen und Entwicklungen in Deutschland, v. Loeper Verlag Karlsruhe, ISBN 3-86059-662-4
Determinants of Employment Growth in Small Ventures (06.02.04)
Robert Strohmeyer & Vartuhi Tonoyan (2004): Determinants of Employment Growth in Small Ventures: Comparison of Female- vs. Male-Owned Businesses in Germany. Paper presented at the 2004 Babson-Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK, June 2-6.

Summary printed in 2005 Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research. mehr...
Employment Growth and Firm Innovativeness: Does Gender Matter? A Comparison of Female- vs. Male-Owned Ventures in Germany (05.02.04)
Vartuhi Tonoyan & Robert Strohmeyer (2004) "Employment Growth and Firm Innovativeness: Does Gender Matter? A Comparison of Female- vs. Male-Owned Ventures in Germany." Paper presented at the 2004 G-Forum: 8. Interdisziplinäre Jahreskonferenz zur Gründungsforschung, Stuttgart, Germany, November 3-5. mehr...
The Perceived Difficulty of Becoming Self-Employed (04.02.04)
Vartuhi Tonoyan & Robert Strohmeyes (2004) The Perceived Difficulty of Becoming Self-Employed. A Cross-Gender and Cross-Country Comparison within Europe. Paper presented at the "International Conference on Entrepreneurship: Contexts, Locales and Values, OECD LEED Programme, University of Essex & Paris Dauphine University, Paris, France, September 22-24. mehr...
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