International Theories

What are the international theories about entrepreneurship?
Born Global Startups
Must a startup internationalize incremental or can it start as a transnational corporation?

Bicultural Theory
This theory posits that immigrants must learn a new culture in addition to their own, making them more likely to spot entrepreneurial opportunities. 
This theory suggests that immigrants from more developed cultures are more likely to be entrepreneurs.

Unlike domestic entrepreneurship, international entrepreneurship involve crossing international boundaries.

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

This theory proposes that immigrants lose status when they move to new countries, which motivates them to gain back their former status by engaging in entrepreneurial ventures.

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