International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research: Volume 28 Issue 3


Table of contents - Special Issue: International entrepreneurship from behavioural perspectives

Guest Editors: Vahid Jafari-Sadeghi, Arun Sukumar, Leo-Paul Dana, Robert B. Anderson

A personal values view of international entrepreneurial intention

Mohammad Akhtar Ammeer, Mohamed Yacine Haddoud, Adah-Kole Emmanuel Onjewu

Recognising the shortage of research investigating the effect of individual characteristics in cross-border entrepreneurship, this study models the dimensions of personal…

Causal modelling of failure fears for international entrepreneurs in tourism industry: a hybrid Delphi-DEMATEL based approach

Shide Sadat Hashemi, Hannan Amoozad Mahdiraji, Mostafa Azari, Seyed Hossein Razavi Hajiagha

This paper aims to recognise and identify fears of failure in the international entrepreneurship ecosystem and find the effects of these fears on each other to reduce…

International business opportunity recognition and development

Dante Di Gregorio, Martina Claasen Musteen, Douglas Thomas

Understanding how international business opportunities (IBOs) are recognized and developed is critical to the study of international entrepreneurship.

The motivation behind an international entrepreneurial career after first employment experience

Demetris Vrontis, Hani El Chaarani, Sam El Nemar, Zouhour EL-Abiad, Rayan Ali, Eleni Trichina

The purpose of this paper is to extend the current literature on international entrepreneurial careers by employing the structural equation modeling (SEM) technique. It…

Board's gender diversity and international entrepreneurship: intensity versus quality?

Kai Wang, Massimiliano Matteo Pellegrini, Cizhi Wang, Hejun Fan, Jiamu Sun

An increased globalisation pushes forward the study of international entrepreneurship that however has been mainly analysed at a macro-environmental and an individual…

Careers of commercially successful female entrepreneurs in context of underdeveloped markets and weak institutions

David Sarpong, Richard Nyuur, Mabel Kyeiwaa Torbor

Careers have come to dominate contemporary discourse on gendered entrepreneurship. This paper aims to explore entrepreneurial careers as recounted by commercially…

The impact of the international crisis on the entrepreneurial intentions of refugees

Dianne H.B. Welsh, Dalia Othman, Baker Alserhan, Jusuf Zeqiri, Amro Al-Madadha, Veland Ramadani

We investigate the entrepreneurial intentions of a population under crisis — namely, recent Syrian refugees in Jordan — and Jordanian citizens to start small businesses…

The malleability of international entrepreneurial cognitions: a natural quasi-experimental study on voluntary and involuntary shocks

Daniel R. Clark, Robert J. Pidduck, Matthias A. Tietz

The authors investigate the durability of international entrepreneurial cognitions. Specifically, they examine how advanced business education and the Covid-19 pandemic…

Coopetition and international entrepreneurship: the influence of a competitor orientation

James M. Crick, Dave Crick

Guided by a relational, stakeholder perspective of resource-based theory, the purpose of the current investigation is to help unpack the complexity of the…

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