Comparing the Entrepreneurial Attitudes of US and Iranian Students by ProQuest


The purpose of this research is examining and comparing the entrepreneurial attitudes and intentions of U.S and Iranian students. Hypotheses based upon differences in national culture and entrepreneurial infrastructure were posited and examined. Survey was conducted among some university students of two nations and findings indicated that U.S students possessed significantly stronger attitudes toward innovation in business and perceived self control; however Iranian students had significantly stronger perceived self esteem related to business and there is no significant differences between their need for achievement attitude. It is also indicated that Iranian student had significantly higher intention of future entrepreneurial activities. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]

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