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Digital Entrepreneurship Intention in a Developed vs. Emerging Country: An Exploratory Study in France and the UAE

Vincent Dutot () and Constance Van Horne ()
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Vincent Dutot: ESG Management School, Paris, France
Constance Van Horne: College of Business at Zayed University in Abu Dhabi

Transnational Corporations Review, 2015, vol. 7, issue 1, 79-96

Abstract: Entrepreneurship is an important part of economic landscape and digital changed the way creation can be done. This exploratory study wishes to fill the gap in the literature about entrepreneurship and digital and presents a conceptual model of digital entrepreneurship intention. Based on 10 semi-structured interviews of both French and Emirati digital entrepreneurs, results show that agility, entrepreneurial alertness and entrepreneurial characteristics influence intention. Managerial and academic contributions are proposed. Professionals can identify items that will help them launching their firm when academics will find new areas of research regarding digital entrepreneurship.

Keywords: Digital entrepreneurship; France; UAE; entrepreneurial intention; social media (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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