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Current Issue. Abstract It is an interesting proposition to examine whether entrepreneurship has an addictive feature, in the sense, will an entrepreneur having tasted success in his endeavor, repeat his attempt again or even 'again and again'.
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Changing beliefs and behavior through experience-taking. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 1— Google Scholar Kihlstrom R. A general equilibrium entrepreneurial theory of firm formation based on risk aversion. Google Scholar Kim P. Access not denied: The impact of financial, human, and cultural capital on entrepreneurial entry in the United States.
Small Business Economics , 5— Google Scholar Kim J. Vicarious learning from the failures and near-failures of others: Evidence from the US commercial banking industry. The capabilities of new firms and the evolution of the US automobile industry. Google Scholar Knight F. Risk, uncertainty and profit. New York: AM Kelley, Google Scholar Krueger Jr N. The cognitive infrastructure of opportunity emergence. Roig Eds. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Google Scholar Kuratko D. The emergence of entrepreneurship education: Development, trends, and challenges.
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Once bitten, twice shy? Personal experience: A most vicious and limited circle!? Firm closure, financial losses and the consequences for an entrepreneurial restart. Google Scholar Miner J. Risk propensity differences between managers and entrepreneurs and between low-and high-growth entrepreneurs: A reply in a more conservative vein. Journal of Applied Psychology , 3— Google Scholar Nahata R. Success is good but failure is not so bad either: Serial entrepreneurs and venture capital contracting. Google Scholar Nanda R. Workplace peers and entrepreneurship. Google Scholar Nielsen K. Human capital and new venture performance: The industry choice and performance of academic entrepreneurs.
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The process of entrepreneurial learning: A conceptual framework. Google Scholar Rahmandad H. Effect of delays on complexity of organizational learning. Google Scholar Read S. Response to Arend et al: Co-creating entrepreneurship research. Academy of Management Review , Published online before print October 30 : Marketing under uncertainty: The logic of an effectual approach.
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Using a tacit knowledge methodology to define expertise. Awad Ed. Google Scholar Rerup C. Learning from past experience: Footnotes on mindfulness and habitual entrepreneurship. Scandinavian Journal of Management , — Google Scholar Reynolds P. The prevalence of nascent entrepreneurs in the United States: Evidence from the panel study of entrepreneurial dynamics.
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Entrepreneurial impact: The role of MIT. Foundations and Trends R in Entrepreneurship , 7: 1— Google Scholar Sanders J. Immigrant self-employment: The family as social capital and the value of human capital. American Sociological Review , — Google Scholar Sarasvathy S. Causation and effectuation: Toward a theoretical shift from economic inevitability to entrepreneurial contingency. Academy of Management Review , — Effectuation: Elements of entrepreneurial expertise.
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Moving forward: Balancing the financial and emotional costs of business failure. Google Scholar Spence A. Market signaling: Informational transfer in hiring and related screening processes , vol. Bureaucracy and entrepreneurship: Workplace effects on entrepreneurial entry. Google Scholar Stam E. Renascent entrepreneurship. Google Scholar Stam W. Entrepreneurial orientation and new venture performance: The moderating role of intra- and extraindustry social capital. Labour Economics, 15 2 , — Katz, J.
A psychosocial cognitive model of employment status choice. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 17 1 , 29— Kim, P. Access not denied: the impact of financial, human, and cultural capital on entrepreneurial entryin the United States. Small Business Economics, 27 1 , 5— Untapped riches of meso-level applications in multilevel entrepreneurship mechanisms. The Academy of Management Perspectives, 30 3 , — Lafontaine, F. Serial entrepreneurship: learning by doing?
Journal of Labor Economics, 34 2 , — Lazear, E. Balanced skills and entrepreneurship. Levie, J. Regulatory burden, rule of law, and entry of strategic entrepreneurs: an international panel study. Journal of Management Studies, 48 6 , — Lindbeck, A. Wage setting, unemployment, and insider-outsider relations. Lucas Jr. On the size distribution of business firms. The Bell Journal of Economics, 9 , — McGrath, R. The entrepreneurial mindset. Boston: Harvard Business School Press. Moog, P. The impact of labour market regulations on potential entrepreneurs: the case of Germany.
International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, 10 1 , 53— Business regulation and red tape in the entrepreneurial economy. Karlsson, B. Stough Eds. Parker, S. The effects of risk on self-employment. Small Business Economics, 9 6 , — The economics of entrepreneurship. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Do serial entrepreneurs run successively better-performing businesses? Journal of Business Venturing, 28 5 , — Who become serial and portfolio entrepreneurs? Small Business Economics, 43 4 , — Petrova, K. Part-time entrepreneurship and financial constraints: evidence from the panel study of entrepreneurial dynamics.
Small Business Economics, 39 2 , — Pierre, G. Employment regulations through the eyes of employers: do they matter and how do firms respond to them? IZA Discussion Paper Plehn-Dujowich, J. A theory of serial entrepreneurship. Small Business Economics, 35 4 , — Raffiee, J. Should I quit my day job? Academy of Management Journal, 57 4 , — Reynolds, P. Global entrepreneurship monitor: data collection design and implementation — Small Business Economics, 24 3 , — Dependent self-employment as a way to evade employment protection legislation.
Small Business Economics, 37 3 , — Sarasvathy, S. Failing firms and successful entrepreneurs: serial entrepreneurship as a temporal portfolio. Small Business Economics, 40 2 , — Schulza, M. Hybrid entrepreneurship and public policy: the case of firm entry deregulation. Journal of Business Venturing, 31 3 , — Shane, S. A general theory of entrepreneurship: the individual-opportunity nexus.
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Why encouraging more people to become entrepreneurs is bad public policy. Small Business Economics, 33 2 , — Skedinger, P. Employment consequences of employment protection legislation. Organizations as fonts of entrepreneurship.
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