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May Business Mentors Act as Opportunity Brokers and Enablers Among University Students?

Bibliographic reference St-Jean, Etienne ; Tremblay, Maripier ; Janssen, Frank ; Baronet, Jacques ; Loué, Christophe ; et. al. May Business Mentors Act as Opportunity Brokers and Enablers Among University Students?. In: The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, Vol. 13, no.1, p. 97-111 (March 2017)
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