PSYCHOSOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF ENTREPRENEURIAL READINESS: THE ROLE OF TVET INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA
Título: PSYCHOSOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF ENTREPRENEURIAL READINESS: THE ROLE OF TVET INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA
My sincere gratitude goes to my amiable and tireless supervisors, Dr. Gamede Vangeli, and Dr. Derera Evelyn, for their professional contributions, and for being the source of my
inspiration towards the completion of my thesis in the nick of time. I acknowledge the valuable and ceaseless efforts of Dr. Gamede, for the academic guide through complex reviews and
effective feedbacks. I also acknowledge the priceless and constructive contributions of Dr. Derera, for painstakingly improved my academic knowledge. I will like to appreciate the cooperation and supports of the management, staff members and students of the School of Management, IT, & Governance, University of KwaZulu-Natal, during the course of my study, especially Ms Angela Pearce, Ms Nadia Ally, Professor Shaun Ruggunan, Ms Pravina Laljeeth, and Dr. Andrisha Beharry.
I earnestly appreciate the support of Mr. Fajemiyo Isaac Iyiwole of Government Technical College Ado-soba, and Dr. Abayomi Adegbenjo of Federal College of Education (Technical) Akoka. I appreciate their ceaseless efforts during the collection of my research data. And to my colleagues and friends, particularly Dr. Ganiyu Olayiwola Idris, Mr. Awotunde Olusegun, Mrs. Adelakun Yemisi, Mr Olufemi Oladejo, Dr. Ayandibu Ayansola, and Mr. Taiwo Ajadi. I cannot forget the kind and immeasurable support of Professor Fatile Jacob, for his financial and academic assistance in the course of my study. I want to also acknowledge Professor Olumoko Tajudeen and Dr. Kolawole Ishola, of Lagos State University, for their moral supports, and others whose names are not listed here.
School of Management, IT and Governance, College of Law and Management Studies
Aportado por: José Carlos Sánchez García