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Several reasons warrant the examination of small and very small businesses, but there is a consensus around de idea that they are a central driver of economic growth and higher standards of living (Murmann and Sardana, 2013; Volery, Mueller, and von Siemens, 2013), its role is particularly strong in emerging economies such as the Ecuadorian case.
In Volery, Fueglistaller, Zellweger, and Weber (Eds.
Varios estudios muestran resultados positivos (Johansen y Schanke, 2012; Jones y Colwill, 2013; Volery et al.
Volery and Lord (2000) identified three critical success factors in e-learning: Technology (ease of access and navigation, interface design and level of interaction); Instructor (attitude towards students, instructor technical competence and classroom interaction) and previous use of technology from a students' perspective.
Volery e Lord (2000), por sua vez, identificaram tres fatores criticos, a partir de pesquisa realizada com 47 estudantes de uma universidade australiana, sendo elas: a tecnologia (praticidade e facilidade de acesso e navegacao, seu nivel de interacao e seu design de interface), a competencia do instrutor (atitudes, tecnicas e interacao com os estudantes) e a habilidade previa do estudante com a tecnologia.
2006 Selim (2007) and Volery and Lord (2000) argued that online and distance learning education system was greatly affected by students' level of satisfaction.
Autores mais recentes que exploraram o tema do empreendedorismo e exclusao social (Jones & Wadhwani, 2006; Volery, 2007).
In the study of Volery and Lord [11] their sample size were small (47 students) and we believe that their sample was not representative.
Volery and Lord [25] conducted survey of 47 online enrolled students in in management course in Australia and concluded that there are three main critical factors in on line success that is technology instructor and previous use of technology as per student's perspective.
Many studies in this research stream have reported inconsistent and ambiguous findings (Lorz, Volery, & Muller, 2011).
Additionally, cultural factors could positively affect positive self-perceptions of entrepreneurial skills through wider socio-cultural (SV) and closer environment (CV) reinforcement (Delmar and Davidsson, 2000; Linan, 2008; Mazzarol, Volery, Doss and Thein, 1999; Thomas and Mueller, 2000).
2009b: 5; Peterman, Kennedy 2003), the intentiona-lity of engaging as an entrepreneur (Pittaway, Cope 2007: 498; Volery, Mueller 2006: 13-14; Degeorge, Fayolle 2008: 23) and the business start-up activity (Levie et al.