London Metropolitan University Research Institutes

Research on social capital in the Visegrad context: the case of business and competition

Author(s) Fülöp, M.  
Publisher London: CiCe  
Year 2009  
Editor P. Cunningham, Human Rights and Citizenship Education  
Age group -  
This talk will give the outline of the four country comparative research: presents the rationale of the research, the research samples (100 economics and business students in each country; 50 from the capital city and 50 from smaller town), the research methods (Associative Group Analytic Technique, Szalay, 1967; a forced choice attitude questionnaire using short scenarios; open-ended questions to reveal explanations of attitudes) the method of data analysis. Then it will shortly present how business and competition are represented in the Hungarian, the Czech, the Slovak and the Polish sample.

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