INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HUMANITIES SCIENCES RESEARCH (JSHSR)

Abstract


ENTREPRENEURSHIP CLIMATE WHICH SHOULD NOT BE CREATED IN AN INTERNATIONAL SCALE TO BE ENTITY AND ENTERPRISE

The concept of entrepreneurship has been examined by different authors from different perspectives. In the studies conducted, it was attempted to explain this concept mainly by taking risk, capital procurement, arbitrage and coordination of production factors. Many writers have identified entrepreneurship with the establishment and management of small businesses. Entrepreneurship can be summarized as bringing together production factors and helping to create value and social development. Successful entrepreneurs can be from any age, from every level of income, from every race and from any gender. However, entrepreneurs' education and experience may vary. However, some research suggests that some basic personal qualities such as creativity, self-determination, commitment, flexibility, leadership, passion and self-confidence must be available to be successful entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurial thinking has four main components. These; Innovative and creative, risk taking, pioneering and competitive thinking. All these components are extremely important in terms of value creation. Entrepreneurship aims to exploit emerging opportunities or create new opportunities. In this sense, entrepreneurship is a process of creating and pursuing opportunities, regardless of whether resources can be controlled or not. Entrepreneurs perform many functions economically and socially. Along with the ever-evolving global economy, a new element is added every day to the functions of entrepreneurs. For this reason, especially the functions of modern entrepreneurs are emerging in different forms. These functions can be expressed as organizing and providing production, providing product variety, creating employment, creating new markets and new sales methods, providing capital accumulation.



Keywords
Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship Climate, International Business, International Enterprise.



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