Entrepreneurial Orientation In A Situational Context: Comparisons Between Germany and The United States
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Keywords

Self-Perception
Entrepreneurial Orientation
U.S.
Germany

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Domke-Damonte, D., Andreas Faulstich, J., & Woodson III, W. (2008). Entrepreneurial Orientation In A Situational Context: Comparisons Between Germany and The United States. Journal of Business Strategies, 25(1), 15–30. https://doi.org/10.54155/jbs.25.1.15-30

Abstract

Previous research has evaluated some elements of U.S. students' entrepreneurial
orientation, while the present research extends and broadens this research
to consider different situational settings across students in both Germany (n =
95) and the United States (n = 147). The study evaluates both self-perceptions
of entrepreneurial orientation and perceptions of the average level of entrepreneurial
orientation of the country in which the student resides, based on parental
involvement and the different economic and social conditions within which the
student resides. Results indicate that parental entrepreneurship and country of
origin affect self-perception of entrepreneurial orientation, but that only country
of origin affects perceptions of one's countrymen's entrepreneurial orientation.

https://doi.org/10.54155/jbs.25.1.15-30
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