Hybrid determinant model of the coffee entrepreneurship

Enrique Martínez Muñoz, Javier Carreón Guillén, Arturo Sánchez Sánchez, Francisco Espinoza Morales, Fermín Anguiano Salazar, Christian Bucio Pacheco, Cruz García Lirios, María Luisa Quintero Soto

Resumen


The exploration of the relationships between the determinants of entrepreneurship was the objective of this work. A non-experimental study was carried out with a non-probabilistic selection of 300 coffee farmers affiliated to the microfinance program. Is observed a structure of five factors: representations, habitus, fields, capital, capabilities and enterprise that explained 54% of the total variance explained, although the research design limited findings local scenario, suggesting the inclusion of variables that the literature identifies sociodemographic and socioeconomic variables to establish entrepreneurial profiles according to risk events; landslides, fires, droughts, floods, frosts or earthquakes

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Coffee growing; entrepreneurship; heads of family; model; microenterprise

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