Culture and Attitudes Fostering Entrepreneurship: How does Australia Compare?

By Clive Morley, Margaret Jackson and Rosemary O'Connor.

Published by The Organization Collection

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A comparison of the culture and attitudes of Australians with those of ten other countries on five dimensions held to drive entrepreneurial performance.

Keywords: Entrepreneurship, National Culture

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 7, pp.89-100. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 2.042MB).

Prof Clive Morley

Clive is Professor of Quantitative Analysis and a former Head of the School of Management at RMIT University. He has taught on RMIT Master of Business Administration programs since 1989. He currently teaches the Techniques of Strategic Analysis courses in the Doctor of Business Administration program, a strategy course in the MBA (International Management) and a research methods course in the Master of Professional Accounting. He is heavily involved in supervision of research candidates. Clive has worked as a statistical consultant for many companies. His expertise lies in the areas of applied data analysis, tourism economics, forecasting and strategic analysis techniques.

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