Untangling the Intuition Mess : Intuition as a Construct in Entrepreneurship Research

@inproceedings{Mitchell2004UntanglingTI,
  title={Untangling the Intuition Mess : Intuition as a Construct in Entrepreneurship Research},
  author={Joshua J. Mitchell and Paul N. Friga and Ronald K. Mitchell},
  year={2004}
}
653 Entrepreneurs often use intuition to explain their actions. But because entrepreneurial intuition is poorly defined in the research literature: the “intuitive” is confused with the “innate,” what is systematic is overlooked, and unexplained variance in entrepreneurial behavior remains high. Herein we: (1) bound and define the construct of entrepreneurial intuition within the distinctive domain of entrepreneurship research; (2) apply a levels-ofconsciousness logic and process dynamism… CONTINUE READING

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