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Anti-social tendencies of entrepreneurs demonstrated

Media reports about alleged anti-social and delinquent behavior of entrepreneurs are no rarity. Such reports direct the attention towards possibly ?hidden? anti-social tendencies in entrepreneurial types. Is it true then, that entrepreneurs are a particularly self-serving species with their own moral ideas and ethical principles? Does he really exist, the type of the entrepreneurial ?homo oeconomicus? who first of all is interested in his own benefit and profit and who abandons ethical and social principles? And if so: what makes him so?
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