January 2014
Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings;2014, Vol. 2014 Issue 1, p1532
Conference Proceeding
The number of entrepreneurial ventures by immigrants has increased. However, theoretical research analyzing the process, which shapes the cognitions and intentions of these individuals, is still meager. Based on theories of entrepreneurship and acculturation, this paper develops propositions to suggest when and under what conditions immigrants display increased entrepreneurial intentions.


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