Technological entrepreneurial intent in a geographically isolated environment: The case of the Canary Islands

@article{Franco2010TechnologicalEI,
  title={Technological entrepreneurial intent in a geographically isolated environment: The case of the Canary Islands},
  author={J. M. Franco and Cory R. A. Hallam and Anita Leffel and Aday Magec Mederos Sosa},
  journal={PICMET 2010 TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT FOR GLOBAL ECONOMIC GROWTH},
  year={2010},
  pages={1-10}
}
The level of technology entrepreneurship in a geographic region is an indicator and input to the creation of wealth and prosperity, via the creation of new jobs, business opportunities, and technological value add. Underlying cultural factors, personality traits, and economic incentives and barriers can all have an impact on entrepreneurial intent and thus influence the growth of the technology-based economy and prosperity of a region. A follow-on study to prior work in this area in the U.S. is… CONTINUE READING

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