Effect of generational status on immigrants’ intentions to start new ventures: The role of cognitions
Journal of World Business
© 2019 Elsevier Inc. Immigrants contribute to the economic development of their host nation by starting business ventures. However, knowledge of whether or not their intentions to do so changes from generation to generation is not complete. We contribute to filling this gap by analyzing the role of generational status on immigrants’ entrepreneurial intentions. In order to explain the mechanism underlying this effect, we focused on the role of cultural intelligence and entrepreneurial self-efficacy. Empirical analyses based on a sample of 289 respondents support our hypothesized arguments. We discuss the findings, advance theoretical contributions and draw implications for social and public policy.
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Dheer, R. J. S., & Lenartowicz, T. (2020). Effect of generational status on immigrants’ intentions to start new ventures: The role of cognitions. Journal of World Business, 55(3), 101069. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jwb.2019.101069