Vol. 13 Núm. 2 (2022): REVISTA AGLALA
Artículos Cientificos

Personalidad emprendedora y su relación con la innovación en micro y pequeñas empresas en el contexto fronterizo Ecuador-Colombia

Luis Viveros Almeida
Universidad Politécnica Estatal del Carchi
Verónica Janeth García Ibarra
Universidad Agraria del Ecuador
Claudia Magali Solarte Solarte
Universidad Cesmag
Gloria Alicia Rivera Vallejo
Universidad Cesmag

Publicado 2022-12-15

Palabras clave

  • personalidad,
  • emprender,
  • innovación,
  • contexto fronterizo,
  • Ecuador,
  • Colombia
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Cómo citar

Viveros Almeida, L., García Ibarra, V. J., Solarte Solarte, C. M., & Rivera Vallejo, G. A. (2022). Personalidad emprendedora y su relación con la innovación en micro y pequeñas empresas en el contexto fronterizo Ecuador-Colombia. Aglala, 13(2), 271–284. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.curn.edu.co/index.php/aglala/article/view/2264

Resumen

El objetivo de este estudio es determinar la relación entre la personalidad del emprendedor (estabilidad emocional, simpatía, conciencia, apertura a la experiencia, extraversión) y la innovación empresarial. Se basa en la teoría de los niveles superiores. Por lo tanto, se recolectaron 413 encuestas a 219 empresarios ecuatorianos y 194 empresarios colombianos de micro y pequeñas empresas en el contexto fronterizo de Ecuador y Colombia, específicamente en la Provincia del Carchi y el Departamento de Nariño en tiempos de pandemia. Los datos recolectados fueron procesados en SPSS mediante el uso de regresiones jerárquicas. Los principales hallazgos permitieron determinar que existe una relación positiva y significativa entre los siguientes rasgos de personalidad del emprendedor ecuatoriano: estabilidad emocional, apertura a la experiencia y conciencia de innovación (β = 0.31, p<0.001; β = 0.36, p<. 0.001 ; β = 0,24, p<0,001). En el caso del emprendedor colombiano se encontró una relación negativa y no significativa en los rasgos de estabilidad emocional con la innovación (β = -0,10). Por otro lado, la relación de los emprendedores colombianos con rasgos de personalidad consciente con la innovación fue positiva y no significativa (β = 0,10).

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