Cultural Theories of Entrepreneurship

What are the cultural theories of entrepreneurship?

Here is a list of cultural theories about entrepreneurship links to summaries for each theory on this website.

This theory suggests that immigrant start businesses because they are unable to secure lucrative employment in their host countries.

This theory suggests that cultural values and biases influence the entrepreneurial behaviors in a society.

This theory looks to the different types of incentives of different religions to explain varying rates of entrepreneurial entry.

This theory suggests that immigrant start businesses because they are unable to secure lucrative employment in their host countries.

This theory looks at an entrepreneurs need to build legitimacy in order to succeed in business.

This theory suggests that entrepreneurs are characterized by a need for achievement.

This theory posits that immigrants must learn a new culture in addition to their own, making them more likely to spot entrepreneurial opportunities.