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Stephen McGuire defined and validated a model of organizational culture that predicts revenue from new sources. An Entrepreneurial Organizational Culture (EOC) is a system of shared values, beliefs and norms of members of an organization, including valuing creativity and tolerance of creative people, believing that innovating and seizing market opportunities are appropriate behaviors to deal ...

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Entrepreneurial culture has been an area of worth investigation in management research for many years since the growth in technology-based business ventures. In the context of businesses, entrepreneurial culture may be described as attitudes, values, skills, and power of a group or individual working in an organization that is characterized by risk.

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establish a relationship between culture and entrepreneurial activity. Institutional economics deals with institutions and their impacts on human behaviour. The term "institutions" is to be understood here in a comprehensive sense meaning both formal laws and organisations and informal rules of behaviour, for

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Article (PDF Available) ... This paper fills this gap by linking the underlying and also more fundamental and encompassing entrepreneurship culture of regions to regional economic performance. The ...

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KEYWORDS: entrepreneurship, culture, human capital, colonization, growth JEL CLASSIFICATION: D10, F54, O30, L26, Z10 *This is a much revised version of an older working paper, “The Cultural Transmission of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development”. For helpful suggestions we thank the editor and three anonymous referees of this journal.

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Entrepreneurship and Culture Roy Thurik and Marcus Dejardin Introduction It is well-known that the level of entrepreneurial activity, for instance as expressed as the percentage of owner/managers of businesses relative to the labor force, differs strongly across countries (Van Stel 2005).

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An entrepreneurial culture consists of a group of individuals who have suppressed individual interests in an effort to achieve group success because group succ… Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

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Article (PDF Available) ... However, the cultural belief system suggests that the culture-entrepreneurship relationship is more complex than previously envisaged. View. Show abstract ...

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entrepreneurial culture is related to a number of positive organizational outcomes, such as generating new business and improving firm performance. Despite years of entrepreneurial culture discussion, however, it remains a relatively ambiguous theoretical construct. Numerous perspectives have emerged describing the

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and social change as motivators of the entrepreneurial function in minority or marginalized groups. Studies on environmental variables emphasize culture or shared values in society, institutions linked to the legal framework, variables of the economic environment (demand) and the financial one (venture capital and