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The intersection of entrepreneurial orientation, trust, and social capital : how these factors affect funding choices and firm performance for minority entrepreneurs
(University of Wisconsin--Whitewater, 2020-05)
Researchers and policymakers have reviewed the effects that entrepreneurship has on wealth creation across various regional contexts. Typically, entrepreneurship has been associated with higher levels of prosperity and is ...
Assertive and ambitious : do gender roles influence nascent entrepreneurs' intention to use business incubation?
(University of Wisconsin--Whitewater, 2018-12)
Entrepreneurs are vital to the global economy as they create jobs, reduce unemployment, and accelerate economic growth. However, practitioners and scholars have recognized the existence of gender bias in opportunities and ...
When the going gets tough, resilient employees keep going! : emotional labor and occupational commitment in a property and casualty insurance claims team
(University of Wisconsin - Whitewater, 2021-12)
As the saying popularized by American football coach Knute Rockne goes, “When the going gets tough, the tough get going.” The real question becomes what is the force that keeps the tough going while others quit? To answer ...
Emotional intelligence as an antecedent to innovation championing behavior and the moderating effects of cultural tightness--looseness
(University of Wisconsin - Whitewater, 2021-08)
Champions make critical contributions to innovation by neutralizing resistance and orchestrating the effort and resources necessary to advance promising concepts to fully realized products (Howell & Higgins, 1990a). Research ...