Identifying the main Individual Factors Influencing Entrepreneurial Decision making Biases: A Qualitative Content Analysis Approach

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Kambiz Talebi; Pouria Nouri; Abdolah Ahmadi Kafeshani;
  • Journal: International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences,volume 4,issue 8 August,pages1-11
  • Subject: Entrepreneur, Decision Making Biases, Self-Efficacy, Optimism, Risk Taking

Entrepreneurial decisions are one of the most important functions of entrepreneurs so as to manage their ventures on a daily basis. These decisions are not fully rational and because of various factors like cognitive and personal characteristics, environmental and firm-... View more
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