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Analogical Properties of Entrepreneurial Opportunities and Their Effects on Judgment
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research (2010)
  • Ugur Uygur, Loyola University Chicago
Abstract
The distinctive trademark of an entrepreneur is the recognition of and the action upon profit opportunities (Kirzner, 1997). Researchers have attempted to find out the factors that help an individual recognize and judge such opportunities. Demographic factors and psychological traits provided unimpressive results (Shook, 2003). In this paper I focus on cognitive factors as determinants of opportunity judgment.
Keywords
  • opportunity recognition,
  • evaluation,
  • individual effects
Publication Date
2010
Citation Information
Ugur Uygur. "Analogical Properties of Entrepreneurial Opportunities and Their Effects on Judgment" Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research Vol. 30 Iss. 6 (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ugur-uygur/1/