Entrepreneurs rely, to a degree, on intuition while they also rely on rationality. Both are associated with formation of expectations for new venture creation as well as perseverance of efforts in managing the new venture and its creation. Global Entrepreneurship Monitor data from three distinct countries over a ten-year period are used in logistic regression analysis to find, not unexpectedly, that intuition and rationality vary in impact across countries and over time. While the findings confirm past findings, they also provide intriguing new insights into the dance between intuition and rationality in entrepreneurial processes.

A ten-year cross-national examination of the dance between intuition and rationality in entrepreneurial processes

Troise, C.
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Candelo, E.;
2022-01-01

Abstract

Entrepreneurs rely, to a degree, on intuition while they also rely on rationality. Both are associated with formation of expectations for new venture creation as well as perseverance of efforts in managing the new venture and its creation. Global Entrepreneurship Monitor data from three distinct countries over a ten-year period are used in logistic regression analysis to find, not unexpectedly, that intuition and rationality vary in impact across countries and over time. While the findings confirm past findings, they also provide intriguing new insights into the dance between intuition and rationality in entrepreneurial processes.
2022
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https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11365-021-00760-8
Entrepreneurship · Decision-making · Intuition · Rationality · Cross-national analysis · Longitudinal analysis
Troise, C.; Matricano, D.; Candelo, E.; Schjoedt, L.
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