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Abdi H, Khosravi J, Mohammadzadeh P. The Effects of Physical, Human and Social Capitals on the Entrepreneurship Level of Economic actors in Shahid Salimi industrial town of Tabriz: Structural Equations and Order Logit Models. jemr 2018; 9 (33) :189-219
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1- University of Tabriz , hassanabdi77@gmail.com
2- payamnor University of Bookan
3- University of Tabriz
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The main purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of physical capital, human capital and social capital on the entrepreneurship level of individuals, using structural equations model and order logit model in Shahid Salimi industrial town of Tabriz in 2016. The data were collected form 121 economic activist who were randomly selected form the population. The empirical results show that human capital (level of education) and physical capital have negative and significant impact on the entrepreneurship level of individuals. But, human capital (level of experience) and social capital have positive and significant impact on the entrepreneurship level of individuals. In addition, attitudes, self-efficacy and expected entrepreneurial benefit have positive and significant effects on the entrepreneurship level of individuals.
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Received: 2017/03/26 | Accepted: 2018/10/20 | Published: 2018/12/19

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