Eva Schmitt-Rodermund
Eva Schmitt-Rodermund
University of Applied Sciences Potsdam
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Pathways to successful entrepreneurship: Parenting, personality, early entrepreneurial competence, and interests
E Schmitt-Rodermund
Journal of vocational behavior 65 (3), 498-518, 2004
Entrepreneurial intention as developmental outcome
M Obschonka, RK Silbereisen, E Schmitt-Rodermund
Journal of Vocational Behavior 77 (1), 63-72, 2010
The regional distribution and correlates of an entrepreneurship-prone personality profile in the United States, Germany, and the United Kingdom: A socioecological perspective.
M Obschonka, E Schmitt-Rodermund, RK Silbereisen, SD Gosling, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 105 (1), 104, 2013
Career choice intentions of adolescents with a family business background
E Schröder, E Schmitt-Rodermund, N Arnaud
Family Business Review 24 (4), 305-321, 2011
Breadth of interests, exploration, and identity development in adolescence
E Schmitt-Rodermund, FW Vondracek
Journal of Vocational Behavior 55 (3), 298-317, 1999
Balanced skills among nascent entrepreneurs
M Stuetzer, M Obschonka, E Schmitt-Rodermund
Small Business Economics 41 (1), 93-114, 2013
Short-term and long-term consequences of early versus late physical maturation in adolescents.
K Weichold, RK Silbereisen, E Schmitt-Rodermund
Cambridge University Press, 2003
Nascent entrepreneurship and the developing individual: Early entrepreneurial competence in adolescence and venture creation success during the career
M Obschonka, RK Silbereisen, E Schmitt-Rodermund, M Stuetzer
Journal of Vocational Behavior 79 (1), 121-133, 2011
Occupational dreams, choices and aspirations: Adolescents' entrepreneurial prospects and orientations
E Schmitt-Rodermund, FW Vondracek
Journal of Adolescence 25 (1), 65-78, 2002
Explaining entrepreneurial behavior: Dispositional personality traits, growth of personal entrepreneurial resources, and business idea generation
M Obschonka, RK Silbereisen, E Schmitt‐Rodermund
The Career Development Quarterly 60 (2), 178-190, 2012
Successful entrepreneurship as developmental outcome: A path model from a lifespan perspective of human development.
M Obschonka, RK Silbereisen, E Schmitt-Rodermund
European Psychologist 16 (3), 174, 2011
The long way to entrepreneurship: Personality, parenting, early interests, and competencies as precursors for entrepreneurial activity among the ‘Termites’
E Schmitt-Rodermund
Approaches to positive youth development, 205-224, 2007
Adolescents’ career exploration in the context of educational and occupational transitions
B Kracke, E Schmitt-Rodermund
Navigating through adolescence: European perspectives 12, 141-165, 2001
Where do entrepreneurial skills come from?
M Stuetzer, M Obschonka, P Davidsson, E Schmitt-Rodermund
Applied Economics Letters 20 (12), 1183-1186, 2013
Migration-specific hassles among adolescent immigrants from the former Soviet Union in Germany and Israel
PF Titzmann, RK Silbereisen, GS Mesch, E Schmitt-Rodermund
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 42 (5), 777-794, 2011
Career maturity determinants: Individual development, social context, and historical time
E Schmitt‐Rodermund, RK Silbereisen
The Career Development Quarterly 47 (1), 16-31, 1998
Antecedents and consequences of adolescents' motivations to join the family business
E Schröder, E Schmitt-Rodermund
Journal of Vocational Behavior 83 (3), 476-485, 2013
Hintergrund, theoretische Perspektiven, Anlage und Themen der Aussiedlerstudie
RK Silbereisen, E Schmitt-Rodermund, ED Lantermann
Aussiedler in Deutschland, 13-45, 1999
Crystallizing enterprising interests among adolescents through a career development program: The role of personality and family background
E Schröder, E Schmitt-Rodermund
Journal of Vocational Behavior 69 (3), 494-509, 2006
Friendship homophily among diaspora migrant adolescents in Germany and Israel
PF Titzmann, RK Silbereisen, E Schmitt-Rodermund
European Psychologist 12 (3), 181-195, 2007
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