A case for comparative entrepreneurship: Assessing the relevance of culture
As international entrepreneurship gains momentum as a significant and relevant field of research, scholars need to address methodological issues that can facilitate the triangulation of research results. In this paper, we examine the relationship between culture and four personality characteristics commonly associated with entrepreneurial motivation. By demonstrating systematic variation in entrepreneurial characteristics across cultures, we raise important questions about the boundaries of international entrepreneurship research and the challenges of transcending them. © 2000, Academy of International Business. All rights reserved.
Thomas, Anisya S., and Stephen L. Mueller. "A case for comparative entrepreneurship: Assessing the relevance of culture." Journal of international business studies 31, no. 2 (2000): 287-301.
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