Coming soon: Entrepreneurship in tablet form?

Entrepreneurs are better than their corporate counterparts at adapting their risk-taking behavior in changing conditions, new research published in the journal Nature finds. Risk-taking and snap decisions are linked to the neurotransmitter dopamine, so the lead author of the research says the findings "raise the question of whether one could enhance entrepreneurship pharmacologically."

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