Frederick A. Lins
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The philosophy and methodology of Bayesian statistics bring with it a “style of reasoning” which may inform organizational researchers as they seek to conceptualize and model managerial decision-making processes. The style of reasoning of the Bayesian approach, in which posterior probabilities of the hypothesis are rigorously and continuously updated given new data, appears to closely model the researched observed decision behavior of a very important subset of managers: innovative entrepreneurs...
In this paper, we suggest a model of international entrepreneurship that links cognition, noticing opportunities, absorbing uncertainty, and bearing uncertainty, to international entrepreneurial action, which is important because of the increased interest in international entrepreneurship. The ways in which cognition affects opportunity identification are discussed to show how international entrepreneurs’ cognitive processes work in terms of identifying opportunities. We also explore the role of...
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