Indigenous Entrepreneurship Theories

What are the Indigenous theories of entrepreneurship?

Indigenous (or domestic or native) entrepreneurship theories are theories that were created to explain entrepreneurial phenomena. This is the opposite of borrowed (or imported or foreign) theories, which involve using theories that were designed to explain or predict non-entrepreneurship phenomena in order to predict entrepreneurship phenomena. 
This theory suggest how entrepreneurs go about creating ventures as iterative process.
This theory suggest that entrepreneurs create ventures from resources at hand. 
This theory suggests that it is the constant pivoting of entrepreneurs that land them an opportunity that exists. This is one of the newer theories and continues to be debated.
This theory suggests that bearing more business uncertainty creates more profits. It also looks at ways in which entrepreneurs can bear different levels of uncertainty.
This theory argues that entrepreneurial alertness allows entrepreneurs to balance supply and demand by detecting market imperfections and exploiting them.
There are two different types of entrepreneurs with different incentives and consequences.
This theory suggests that immigrant start businesses because they are unable to secure lucrative employment in their host countries.
The jack of all trades theory is controversial because it suggests people should vary their experiences to attain entrepreneurial skills, but evidence suggests that this may be bad advice.
X-efficiency theory posits that entrepreneurial opportunities come from incumbents’ inefficient use of resources that entrepreneurs discover and exploit.
Strategic disagreements theory explains spinouts as the interplay between the preferences of employees and their parent organizations.

Misfit Theory 
This theory suggests that immigrant start businesses because they are unable to secure lucrative employment in their host countries.
This theory proposes that opportunities are real but they are mere propensities that are worthless unless found and exploited with the right care and skills.

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