Ateljevic, J., Et Al

The Balkans cover a huge area of Europe, heterogeneous in historical experience, policy, and demographics; it is rich in opportunities for entrepreneurship but from homogeneous significantly. The aim of this special issue is to explore entrepreneurship from the perspective of Balkan countries, building on pioneer works including those of Ateljevic, et al. The Balkans never have been a center point of interest in current literature on entrepreneurship and small business and this issue aims to get over this deficit inside our knowledge.

It will be welcomed by regional and international analysts who are thinking about knowing more about entrepreneurship in the Balkan countries. Both micro and macro-level studies are asked. Also, both quantitative and qualitative approaches are welcome. We also encourage writers to come forward with emerging and groundbreaking topics to diversify and widen research from the perspective of the Balkans. Ateljevic, J., et al.

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Not only will this lead to you getting the most efficient program or routine for the day, achieving the most amount of production and work, but you can also increase your fun. Don’t let any stay-at-home husband/wife tell you otherwise. They are able to sit down and have a sticktail viewing the Price is Right.

You can play video gaming while grilling a steak. And if the weather permits you can go out for a motorbike ride. Heck, presuming you did have children even, playing with the little rug rats certainly is more pleasurable than writing TPR reports. Fundamental Change in the Labor Market – Much as I lament society’s utter failure to totally capitalize on the world’s latest revolution, the fact remains it IS happening, just not at the pace I want.

If it were up to me, we would not longerneed commutes, traffic jams, aside from downtown office buildings because the technology is available that you could work 97% of today’s white-collar careers from your home. The technology is available, the program is secure, it is the obstacles by means of aging gray haired bosses who can’t forget about control and let people home based.

Basic Economics – All the compelling and factual reasons above to be the stay-at-home hubby, in the end it is absolutely a matter of economics. Second, government and law in the form of taxation, not to mention divorce law, are also increasingly hostile. Finally, are you kidding me? Work the crappy corporate and business job and run the god damned rat race?