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Theoretical and Applied Economics
No. 1 / 2015 (602), Spring

The impact of cultural and educational accumulations on entrepreneurial behaviour. Main issues encountered in theoretical approaches

Anca-Teodora ŞERBAN-OPRESCU (OPRESCU)
Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania
Ştefania-Cristina CUREA (NEAGU)
Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania

Abstract. The present paper has as core point the topic of the impact of cultural and educational accumulations on the Romanian entrepreneurial behavior. Its main goal is to set a framework on which to trace/define strategic directions in educational and cultural policies in order to increase the level of competitiveness of the Romanian business environment using as a first phase a literature review of main theories and concepts related to the correlations to be established between education, level of society maturity and propensity for starting a business, as well as correlations based on statistical data between number of tertiary education graduates from social sciences, business, law and number of established start-ups.

Keywords: education, business environment, entrepreneurial behavior, theoretic and applied approaches.

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