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Influence of (international) experiences on entrepreneurial processes among nocive entrepreneurs operating within an unstable environment context

Garnets, K. (2015) Influence of (international) experiences on entrepreneurial processes among nocive entrepreneurs operating within an unstable environment context.

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Abstract:The aim of this this research paper is to investigate whether international and domestic experiences have an impact on entrepreneurial processes among novice entrepreneurs operating within an unstable environment. This research question developed form an evident growing interest for the exploration of entrepreneurial mindset within academic and business community. Vanishing of many trade barriers and technological advances result in ever growing number of entrepreneurs engaging in cross-border business activities. This of course brings along several issues and questions with regard to the way individuals from different environments operate and also to the aim of this research: to enrich the understanding of the impact the (international) experiences have on the mindset of Russia’s novice entrepreneurs. This is achieved by using a recent steam of research, which lately has been gaining more attention within academic community, called the theory of effectuation. This theory is based on a recognition of a distinction within entrepreneurial decision-making process between causation (planning) and effectuation (intuition). Effectuation theory will be applied to the context of business environment of Russian Federation and its novice entrepreneurs.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:85 business administration, organizational science
Programme:Business Administration MSc (60644)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/68535
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