Moderating effects of networks on the relationship between acculturation and entrepreneurial skills development: Evidence from Africans trained in China

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December 8, 2020


Alexis Abodohoui, Charles Fahinde, Radjabu Mayuto and Zhan Su


Applying the theory of acculturation, this article analyses the influence of Chinese culture on the entrepreneurial skills of Africans trained in China. The study also found that psychological adaptation that African migrants have to go through often has a negative impact on the development of those skills.


Culture | Entrepreneurship

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