As one solution for global-scale problems across the world, entrepreneurship has been considered to be a means for societal changes for the betterment of the world (Bosma et al., 2020, 79). Using a combination of literature analysis and thematic analysis, this study explores how entrepreneurship has shifted over the past ten years in response to globalization, the awareness of global citizenship, and sustainability. The analysis reveals that entrepreneurship has been widely utilized all over the world and that entrepreneurship has been influenced greatly by internationalization in various ways. In particular, a Global Citizen Humane Entrepreneurship model that integrates cultural competency, global perspectives, various types of sustainability, and humanistic management in businesses is proposed. This interdisciplinary model holds significant potential for actualizing the sustainability and betterment of society, primary goals of the SDGs, through entrepreneurial activities.
Nitanai, Yuta, "Trends of Humane Entrepreneurial Activities since the Emergence of Global Citizenship" (2021). Senior Independent Study Theses. Paper 9228.
Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations
Global citizenship, entrepreneurship, cultural competency
Bachelor of Arts
Senior Independent Study Thesis
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