Entrepreneurs’ decision-making for detecting, evaluating and utilising opportunities across international borders is one of the main subjects of international entrepreneurship research. This study aims to argue that recognising and classifying international entrepreneurship opportunities facilitate the decision-making process. To do such a thing, a multi-layer decision-making approach focusses on the industrial sector of the Kish free zone. In the first stage, the data will be collected by a questionnaire survey of entrepreneurial companies in the industry field and the main international entrepreneurship opportunities will be identified. In the second stage, the importance and relationship between the opportunities will be evaluated based on the identified opportunities. Eventually, in the last stage, the relationship and the importance of the opportunities will be determined by proposing and using a multi-layer decision-making approach. In conclusion, the prioritised international entrepreneurship opportunities will be presented.
|Title of host publication||Decision-Making in International Entrepreneurship: |
|Subtitle of host publication||Unveiling Cognitive Implications Towards Entrepreneurial Internationalisation |
|Place of Publication||Bingley|
|Number of pages||21|
|Publication status||Published - 28 Jun 2023|
|Name||Entrepreneurial Behaviour Series|