Cultural Values and Entrepreneurship: An Exploratory Study of Vietnam and the United States

By:
Dr. Nhung Nguyen,
Prof Donald Kopka,
Shohreh Kaynama
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In this study, we seek to investigate the extent to which cultural values play a role in entrepreneurship, management practices thereof, and economic stability of such enterprises in Vietnam and the United States. Using a combination of qualitative and quantitative research techniques, we hope to find substantive differences in cultural values that are deterministic to the establishment and sustainability of entrepreneurship. We discuss the findings relative to future research and business practices.


Keywords: cultural values,, entrepreneurship
Stream: Cultural Sustainability, Economic Sustainability
Presentation Type: Paper Presentation in English
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Dr. Nhung Nguyen

Assistant Professor, Department of Management & Marketing, Lamar University
USA


Prof Donald Kopka

Assistant Professor, Department of Management, Towson University
USA


Shohreh Kaynama

Dean, College of Business & Economics, Towson University


Ref: S06P0082