Economia Portuguesa

Espaço de debate de temas de Economia Portuguesa e de outros que com esta se relacionam, numa perspectiva de desenvolvimento

quarta-feira, fevereiro 28, 2018

quinta-feira, fevereiro 08, 2018

“Social entrepreneur and gender: what`s personality got to do with it?”

Abstract
Social entrepreneurship is known as a promising path for creating social value in a sustainable and enduring way. Social entrepreneurs are at the core of the entrepreneurial process and are critical drivers for maintaining social entrepreneurial activity. Research on economic entrepreneurship identifies a gender gap favourable to men. In the social entrepreneurship arena, the existing evidence is slightly fuzzy, since this gender gap seems not to be so preeminent. The present study uses the Big Five Model to identify personality trait differences between women and men social entrepreneurs and to assess whether this differences influence the social entrepreneurial activity in a different way. A review of literature on gender differences and personality traits on social entrepreneurship details the main theoretical developments and builds the hypotheses. An email survey was applied to the heads of Portuguese social ventures to test the hypotheses previously formulated. The data gathered suggest that, both, female and male social entrepreneurs have a personality characterized by a high level of openness to experience, agreeableness, conscientiousness, extraversion and emotional stability. Based on the analysis of variance (ANOVA) between the two groups and a logistic regression, our investigation has revealed that women and men who launch a new social venture only differ in one personality dimension - agreeableness - wherein women are highest scored. No significantly differences were found in the other personality traits.

Keywords: Social entrepreneurship; Gender, Big Five Personality traits; Portugal.

ÒSusana Bernardino
     Polytechnic Institute of Oporto/ISCAP/CECEJ, Porto, Portugal
ÒJ. Freitas Santos
     Polytechnic Institute of Oporto/ISCAP/CECEJ, Porto
ÒJ. Cadima Ribeiro
     University of Minho/NIPE, Braga, Portugal

(Reprodução de resumo de artigo publicado online em 7 de fevereiro de 2018 em International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, https://doi.org/10.1108/IJGE-07-2017-0040) 

quinta-feira, fevereiro 01, 2018

“Initiatives of Creative Tourism in Urban and Rural Territories”: call for papers


A Stream on “Initiatives of Creative Tourism in Urban and Rural Territories”
as part of the 14th Annual International Conference on Tourism 11-14 June 2018, Athens, Greece Sponsored by the Athens Journal of Tourism

- https://www.atiner.gr/touter 

domingo, dezembro 17, 2017

domingo, novembro 12, 2017

“Inserção Profissional dos Jovens de Braga”: sessão de apresentação do livro

«O livro “Inserção Profissional dos Jovens de Braga”, dos autores Eduardo Duque (CECS), Cícero Pereira (Universidade Federal da Paraíba) e José Durán Vázquez (Universidade de Vigo), vai ser apresentado no dia 13 de novembro (segunda-feira), às 18h00, no edifício GNRation (Praça Conde de Agrolongo, n° 123, Braga). A publicação, que será apresentada pelo presidente da Câmara de Braga, Ricardo Rio e por Paula Remoaldo (Professora Associada com Agregação da Universidade do Minho), integra um conjunto de indicadores que permitem analisar o impacto da escolarização nos padrões de empregabilidade, bem como uma reflexão sobre a transformação da sociedade do trabalho, as transformações ocorridas no mundo da educação e o impacto da sociedade de consumo gerador do novo ethos juvenil.
A entrada é livre»


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