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Productive entrepreneurship and the effectiveness of insolvency legislation: a cross-country study

This paper studies the association between the effectiveness of insolvency regulations and entrepreneurship using multilevel modeling of about 300,000 individuals in 27 countries over the 2005–2010 period. We investigate the relationship between three different measures of “resolving insolvency” (time, cost, and recovery rate) from the World Bank and four different measures of...

Habitual entrepreneurs in the making: how labour market rigidity and employment affects entrepreneurial re-entry

We investigate the impact of country-level labour market regulations on the re-entry decision of experienced entrepreneurs, whereby they become habitual entrepreneurs. Multilevel logit models on entry decisions among 15,709 individuals in 29 European countries show that labour market regulations have a positive influence on the decision to re-enter into entrepreneurship. This...

Parents’ performance in entrepreneurship as a “double-edged sword” for the intergenerational transmission of entrepreneurship

We investigate how perceived parents’ performance in entrepreneurship (PPE) affects the entrepreneurial career intentions of offspring. We argue that while perceived PPE enhances offspring’s perceived entrepreneurial desirability and feasibility because of exposure mechanisms, it inhibits the translation of both desirability and feasibility perceptions into entrepreneurial career...

Public policy for academic entrepreneurship initiatives: a review and critical discussion

research, licensing, consulting and increased labor mobility among researchers. & Karl Wennberg Karl; Wennberg@liu; se; https; //liu; se/ias/medarbetare/wennberg-karl/presentation?l=en&sc=true - JEL

YOU’VE GOT TALENT: BREAKING THE ‘BARRIERS TO LEARNING’ FROM EARLY ENTREPRENEURIAL EXPERIENCE (SUMMARY)

. Kim, Babson College, United States Karl Wennberg, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden Rasmus Toft-Kehler, Copenhagen Business School , Denmark Recommended Citation Kim, Phillip H.; Wennberg, Karl

SERENDIPITOUS ENTREPRENEURSHIP

CHAPTER VII. THE ENTREPRENEUR AND NETWORKS NETWORKS 0 Karl Wennberg 0 0 Karl Wennberg, Stockholm School of Economics , Sweden Recommended Citation Wennberg, Karl (2010) "SERENDIPITOUS ... , neither planned nor optimized, but when wilfully pursued lead individuals to create new firms, potentially spreading new ideas and innovations, contributing to the creation of new industries. CONTACT: Karl

THE IMPACT OF SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC DISSIMILARITY ON THE LONGEVITY OF EXTERNAL DIRECTORS IN FAMILY FIRMS (INTERACTIVE PAPER)

International Business School, Sweden Miriam Bird, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden Karl Wennberg, Stockholm School of Economics , Sweden 4 4636101855; Jönköping International Business School , PO Box 1026

REGIONAL INFLUENCES ON THE EMERGENCE OF FAMILY AND NON-FAMILY BUSINESS (SUMMARY)

School of Economics, Sweden Karl Wennberg, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden Principal Topic This paper is posited at the intersection of economic geography, population ecology and entrepreneurship

A CONTINGENCY MODEL OF ENTREPRENEURIAL ENTRY STRATEGIES: THE ROLE OF MOTIVATION AND RESOURCES AVAILABILITY (INTERACTIVE PAPER)

-Shir, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden Karl Wennberg, Stockholm School of Economics , Sweden 4 46-8-736-9397; Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Creation, Stockholm School of Economics , P.O

RAPID GROWTH AND NEW VENTURE FAILURE (SUMMARY)

of the Sunshine Coast 3 CONTACT: Evan Douglas 4 Evan Douglas, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia Martin Carlsson-Wall, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden Karl Wennberg, Stockholm School of

The roles of R&D in new firm growth

Innovative start-ups are an important driver of economic growth. This article presents empirical evidence on the effects of research and development (R&D) on new product development, interfirm alliances and employment growth during the early life course of firms. We use a dataset that contains a sample of new firms that is representative of the whole population of start-ups. This...

Entrepreneurship Research Through Databases: Measurement and Design Issues

WENNBERG Follow this and additional works at: http://digitalcommons.sacredheart.edu/neje Part of the Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations Commons Recommended Citation - Article 3 Karl Wennberg

DIFFERENT PATHS OF OWNERSHIP TRANSITION IN ENTREPRENEURIAL FIRMS (SUMMARY)

Business School, Sweden Karl Wennberg, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden and Imperial College , UK Karin Hellerstedt Recommended Citation Hellerstedt, Karin; Nordqvist, Mattias; and Wennberg, Karl (2010

RISK TAKING, ASPIRATION LEVELS AND THE EVOLUTION OF NEW VENTURES

believe that adapting an organizational learning perspective on firm growth and other topics related to new firm evolution should be promising avenues for future studies. CONTACT: Karl Wennberg; ; (T): +46

A BEHAVIORAL MODEL OF INTERNATIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP (INTERACTIVE PAPER)

theory. CONTACT: Karl Wennberg; Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Creation, Stockholm School of Economics, P.O. Box 6501, SE-113 83 Stockholm, SWEDEN; (T): +46 8 736 9341, (F): +46 8 318186;

A REAL OPTIONS MODEL OF STEPWISE ENTRY INTO SELF-EMPLOYMENT

place. CONTACT: Karl Wennberg; Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Creation, Stockholm School of Economics, P.O. Box 6501, SE-113 83 Stockholm, SWEDEN; (T): +46 8 736 9341; (F): +46 8 318186; 1

A REAL OPTIONS MODEL OF STEPWISE ENTRY INTO SELF-EMPLOYMENT

place. CONTACT: Karl Wennberg; Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Creation, Stockholm School of Economics, P.O. Box 6501, SE-113 83 Stockholm, SWEDEN; (T): +46 8 736 9341; (F): +46 8 318186; 1