Items where Subject is "Centre for Enterprise Development & Regional Economy"

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Monograph

Brett, Valerie and O'Brien, Terry and O'Gorman, William and Corcoran, Tom (2014) KT Force - Knowledge as a Value: Regional Implementation Plan. Project Report. Waterford Institute of Technology, Waterford.

Conference or Workshop Item

Brett, Valerie and O'Brien, Terry KT Force – Towards Innovative Regions. Regional Studies Conference on the Role of Universities in Regional Development. In: Role of Universities in Regional Development, 30th October 2013, Waterford Institute of Technology. (Submitted)

Thesis

Aylward, Elaine (2007) Traditional and Non-Traditional Female Entrepreneurs : An exploration into what influences thier selection of industry sector. Masters thesis, Waterford Institute of Technology.

Durand, Margaret (2008) An Exploration of the Impact of Socialisation on the Decision of a Female to become an Entrepreneur. Masters thesis, Waterford Institute of Technology.

Hall, Denise (2007) Identifying the factors that influence Irish high-tech enterprises to choose one regional location over other Irish regions. Masters thesis, Waterford Institute of Technology.

Lawless, Mary (2009) The influence of life coaching on entrepreneurs goal planning and attainment. Masters thesis, Waterford Institute of Technology.

Rogowska, Anna (2016) An exploratory analysis of employees’/volunteers’ entrepreneurial orientation (EO) in public and third sector organisations. Masters thesis, Waterford Institute of Technology.

Ryan, Damien (2008) An examination into how Irish SMEs socialise non-Irish-national employees into their workforce. Masters thesis, Waterford Institute of Technology.

Sinnott, Eileen (2008) An Exploration of Female Undergraduates' Attitudes Towards and Perceptions of Entrepreneurship. Masters thesis, Waterford Institute of Technology.

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