Bu araştırma, sürdürülebilir gelişim ile girişimcilik arasındaki bağları kavramsallaştırmayı amaçlamaktadır. Araştırma sürdürülebilirlik ile girişimcilik, gelişim ile girişimcilik ve son olarak sürdürülebilir gelişim ile girişimcilik arasındaki ilişkiyi sistematik bir yaklaşımla irdelemektedir. Bu yazıda önerilen Sürdürülebilirlik Gelişim ve Girişimcilik (SDE) Modeli, sürdürülebilirlik, gelişim ve girişimcilik kavramlarının nasıl ilişkilendiklerini açıklayacak bir altyapı oluşturmaktadır. Önceki çalışmalar sadece sürdürülebilirlik ve gelişim arasındaki ilişkiye odaklanmış ve Sürdürülebilir Gelişim kavramının ortaya çıkmasını sağlamıştır. Önerilen SDE modeli; herhangi bir girişimciyi kriterler çerçevesinde konumlandırabilecek ve durumu özet olarak sunabilecek üç boyutlu bir Kartezyen koordinat sistemi sunmaktadır. Model girişimcilik faaliyetlerinin, hem sürdürülebilir gelişim hem de girişimcinin kendine has motivasyonları açısından değerlendirilmesine imkân sağlayan faydalı bir araçtır.
This study aims to conceptualize the linkages between sustainable development and entrepreneurship. It assesses the relationship between sustainment and entrepreneurship, between development and entrepreneurship and finally between sustainable development and entrepreneurship with a systematic approach. The Sustainment, Development and Entrepreneurship (SDE) Model proposed in this article lays the foundations for explaining how sustainment, development and entrepreneurship are related. Predate studies focused on the relationship between sustainment and development, which presented the notion of sustainable development. The proposed SDE Model introduces a 3 dimensional Cartesian coordinate system to localize or express any particular enterprise with respect to certain criteria and summarize its status. The model is a useful tool for the assessment of entrepreneurial activities both from the perspectives of sustainable development and motivations of entrepreneurship.
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