Entrepreneurial Attitudes Of MBA Students In The United States Relative To The CIS: The Case Of Armenia

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Victor V. Claar
Vicki R. TenHaken
Robery Frey


entrepreneurship, proactive personality, emerging economies


This paper compares the entrepreneurial attributes of MBA students in Armenia to those in the United States.  If entrepreneurial attributes are more learned cultural behaviors and not only inherent personality factors, business students in a recently-privatized economy such as Armenia would not score as high on an entrepreneurial personality index as would business students in the U.S. where both models of entrepreneurship and expectations of certain proactive characteristics in individuals entering the business world are widespread.


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