Entrepreneurship and Culture
Roy Thurik () and
Marcus Dejardin ()
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The relative stability of differences in entrepreneurial activity across countries suggests that factors other than economic ones are at play (Freytag and Thurik, 2010). Cultural factors, as a subset of stable contextual factors, may play a role. In this paper, we give examples of various theories on the relationship between cultural values and entrepreneurship, providing both a conceptual basis and an empirical test.
Keywords: Entrepreneurship; Culture (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in Marco van Gelderen, Enno Masurel. Entrepreneurship in Context, Routledge, pp.175-186, 2012, Routledge Studies in Entrepreneurship, 978-0-415-89092-2
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