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Person–Environment Fit: Theoretical Perspectives, Conceptualizations, and Outcomes

Person-Environment

"The idea of person–environment (PE) fit builds upon interactional psychology, which suggests that the interplay between personal and environmental attributes is the primary driver of human behavior. The “environment” in PE fit research can take many different forms, with organizational environments being one of the most important settings with which people may fit or misfit..." – By Rein De Cooman and Wouter Vleugels

Entrepreneurial Finance and Governance

Entrepreneurial

"Entrepreneurial finance includes a wide array of sources of capital, such as venture capital, angel investors, equity, and debt finance, along with new forms of financing through crowdfunding and initial coin offerings. Providers of funds to entrepreneurial ventures, whether they are venture capitalists, angel investors, debt holders, or participants in crowdfunding face similar agency problems, such as moral hazard and adverse selection..." – By Pierluigi Martino, Greg Bell, Abdul A. Rasheed and Cristiano Bellavitis

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