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The influence of participation in student organizations on university students' entrepreneurial intensions
(University of Wisconsin--Whitewater, 2015-12)
This research study examined the influence of entrepreneurship related student organizations on university students’ entrepreneurial intentions, using the Theory of Planned Behavior model. Fifty students who are members ...
The influence of entrepreneurial orientation on firms' corporate social responsibility ratings and idiosyncratic risk
(University of Wisconsin--Whitewater, 2019-12)
This research discusses empirical testing of 20 separate hypotheses regarding relationships between entrepreneurial orientation factors and two key business characteristics. The first essay examines the degree to which the ...
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 ...
Defining the expatreneur : starting up abroad and understanding foreign incentives: an abductive analysis
(University of Wisconsin - Whitewater, 2019-11)
Over the past few decades, there has been a growth in entrepreneurs moving to other countries to start up new businesses. Sixty percent of the workers moving to other countries (the globally mobile workforce) is currently ...
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 ...