In the unending debate of Nature versus Nurture, new research puts forward an argument for nature.
Higher levels of testosterone in the womb are associated with higher likelihood of becoming an entrepreneur, according to new research from Villanova School of Business Professor Dr. Pankaj Patel.
Testosterone levels can be affected by social, economic, and biological factors in an individual's life. To eliminate such variables, Patel studied twins in utero. In particular, he compared opposite-sex and same-sex twins. Twin boys will have less testosterone because they must share.