Cultural Impact on Entrepreneurial Expectations

Tiina Brandt, Isaac Wanasika, Mikus Dubickis, Stephen Treacy, Hanna Pihlajarinne, Rocco Acocella, Andreea Militaru, Diederich Bakker, Hugh (L.) Liu, Rong Liu, Yuki Tsuzuki, Thu Vo

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The purpose of this study is to evaluate qualities that are needed for effective entrepreneurship in a variety of national cultures. The sample represents 731 business students from several countries from Asia, Baltics, USA, Nordic, Middle, South and East Europe. College students completed a questionnaire that identified qualities they would need to start their own entrepreneurial business. Results indicated statistically significant entrepreneurial qualities between cultures. Starting a business in a specific cultural environment requires unique entrepreneurial qualities. Our results also found support for universally endorsed entrepreneurial qualities. Country-specific strategies for enhancing entrepreneurship are discussed at the end of the paper.
Originele taal-2English
TitelSmall Firm Internationalisation and International Entrepreneurship
SubtitelManaging Sustainable Innovation
RedacteurenEmin Akçaoğlu, Rainer Wehner
Plaats van productieWürzburg
UitgeverijWürzburg International Business Press
Aantal pagina's7
ISBN van geprinte versie978-3-949864-04-9
StatusPublished - 2022
EvenementWürzburg International Business Forum -
Duur: 1 sep. 2022 → …


ConferenceWürzburg International Business Forum
Periode1/09/22 → …


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