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The theory of planned behavior suggests that nascent entrepreneurs who are older maintain higher international commitment because they have had more opportunity to build confidence in their ability to undertake international activities successfully (Ajzen, 1991).
Having Japanese language materials has been a real bonus for Nascent Form.
Given the popularity and success of last year's evening event, NASCENT has, once again, decided to host a complimentary "Casino night".
First, Obtain high-resolution structures of ribosome nascent chain (RNC) complexes by X-ray crystallography in order to understand the mechanistic aspects of this process.
Nascent Biotech, a Nevada corporation, develops human monoclonal antibodies (mAb's) for immunotherapy of cancer.
Nascent entrepreneurs may therefore find it difficult to build many embedded relationships and, in turn, rely on a small number of supporters for the majority of their resource needs.
Kabul: Pakistan is genuine about backing a nascent Afghan peace process and shares the Kabul government's goal of transforming the Taleban insurgency into a political movement, a senior Afghan government official said.
Bisey, DSc (Hon), a distinguished scientist and inventor who discovered it in 1914, and it became scientifically known as nascent iodine in 1926.
Catalent Pharma Solutions and Nascent Biologics have signed a product development agreement.
This collection includes some of the most significant research on nascent entrepreneurship (pre-operational stage of a developing business).
Prior research suggests that a key influence on the outcomes of nascent activity may be the entrepreneurs' commitment to reaching their goal of establishing their own business (Carter, Gartner and Reynolds, 1996; Krueger, 1993).
For example, in the most recent studies, Henley (2007) and Schjoedt and Shaver (2007) find opposite levels of job satisfaction for nascent entrepreneurs.