By Mustafa F. Ozbilgin, Ayala Malach-Pines
Even if a wide and progressively turning out to be examine literature attests to an curiosity in administration and entrepreneurship, little examine has concerned about comparative overview of the occupation offerings and trajectories of managers and marketers. This well timed publication fills the space by means of offering an review of early affects at the occupation collection of managers and marketers, their attitudes first and foremost in their careers as scholars, and of their later employment stories. the prestigious crew of members additionally research the impact of an MBA schooling at the later paintings and existence stories of managers and marketers. the level to which this wanted measure aids fulfillment of meant careers is investigated, as is the controversy on linkages among occupation offerings, go cultural concerns, and foreign and interdisciplinary views.
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B Endogenous contextual situatedness. c Relational formation. d Dynamic performance. endogenous contextual situatedness factors, are reported to explain career choices of the respondents. This is congruent with the ﬁndings of earlier studies with a larger sample of respondents by Özbilgin et al. (2005), Küskü et al. (2007) and Tatlı et al. (2007), which highlighted that individuals are 38 Career choice of MBA students more likely to report individual-level rather than structural inﬂuences on their careers.
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