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The evolution and adoption of equity crowdfunding: entrepreneur and investor entry into a new market

Equity crowdfunding (ECF) offers entrepreneurs an online social media marketplace where they can access numerous potential investors who, in exchange for an ownership stake, may supply them with finance. In this paper, we describe the evolution of this market in the UK. Using an inductive qualitative longitudinal research design, we analyse the emerging views of entrepreneurs and...

Entrepreneurship, institutional economics, and economic growth: an ecosystem perspective

We analyze conceptually and in an empirical counterpart the relationship between economic growth, factor inputs, institutions, and entrepreneurship. In particular, we investigate whether entrepreneurship and institutions, in combination in an ecosystem, can be viewed as a “missing link” in an aggregate production function analysis of cross-country differences in economic growth...

Prospect theory and the effects of bankruptcy laws on entrepreneurial aspirations

We apply prospect theory to explain how personal and corporate bankruptcy laws affect risk perceptions of entrepreneurs at time of entry and therefore their growth ambitions. Previous theories have reached ambiguous conclusions as to whether countries with more debtor-friendly bankruptcy laws (i.e. laws that are more forgiving towards debtors in bankruptcy proceedings) are likely...

Ownership identity, strategy and performance: Business group affiliates versus independent firms in India

of Banking and Finance, and Journal of Development Economics. Saul Estrin (DPhil, University of Sussex) is a professor of management at the London School of Economics. He was formerly Adecco Professor ... Jarzabkowski, Costas Markides, Klaus Meyer, Daniel Shapiro, and two anonymous referees for useful suggestions and comments. Any remaining errors are our own. This paper was conceived and written while Saul

BEYOND HARSHNESS VERSUS LENIENCY: CORPORATE BANKRUPTCY LAWS, ENTREPRENEURIAL ASPIRATIONS AND RISK AVERSION (INTERACTIVE PAPER)

: Anna Rebmann 4 Saul Estrin, London School of Economics, UK Tomasz Mickiewicz, Aston University, UK Anna Rebmann, Aston University , UK 5 44(0)1212043651 Aston Business School , Aston Triangle, Birmingham

(EDUCATED) WOMEN AND MEN DIFFER: SOCIAL AND COMMERCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP COMPARED (SUMMARY)

Research by an authorized administrator of Digital Knowledge at Babson. For more information , please contact 1 Aston University , UK 2 London School of Economics , UK 3 CONTACT: Ute Stephan 4 Saul Estrin

(EDUCATED) WOMEN AND MEN DIFFER: SOCIAL AND COMMERCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP COMPARED (SUMMARY)

Research by an authorized administrator of Digital Knowledge at Babson. For more information , please contact 1 Aston University , UK 2 London School of Economics , UK 3 CONTACT: Ute Stephan 4 Saul Estrin

INSTITUTIONS AND FEMALE ENTREPRENEURSHIP (SUMMARY)

CHAPTER VIII. WOMEN ENTREPRENEURSHIP Saul Estrin 0 University College London 0 0 Saul Estrin, London School of Economics, UK Tomasz Mickiewicz, University College London , UK Recommended Citation ... institutions. CONTACT: Saul Estrin, ; (T): +44 (0)207 955 6623; (F): +44 (0)207 955 6837; Department of Management, London School of Economics and Political Science, Houghton Street, London, UK WC2A 2AE.

FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT AND DOMESTIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP: WHAT ARE THE LINKAGES? (SUMMARY)

, please contact 1 Seçil Hülya Danakol, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Saul Estrin, London School of Economics, UK Paul Reynolds, George Washington University, USA Utz Weitzel, Radboud University

The role of informal institutions in corporate governance: Brazil, Russia, India, and China compared

Saul Estrin 0 Martha Prevezer 0 0 M. Prevezer School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London , London, UK 1 ) Department of Management, London School of Economics , London, UK ... EBRD transition reports. Saul Estrin (DPhil, Sussex University) is Head of the Department of Management, London School of Economics. Previously he was Adecco Professor of Business and Society at London

SIZE OF THE GOVERNMENT, PROPERTY RIGHTS AND TYEPS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP: A CROSS COUNTRY - INDIVIDUAL PANEL STUDY (SUMMARY)

RESEARCH 2011  S U M M A RY  SIZE OF THE GOVERNMENT, PROPERTY RIGHTS AND TYPES OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP: A CROSS COUNTRY - INDIVIDUAL PANEL STUDY Saul Estrin, London School of Economics, UK Julia

Determinants of Russian enterprise performance: conclusions from the symposium

The relationship between enterprise performance and the various exogenous variables – ownership, competition, financial constraints – have been considered separately in the papers of this Special Issue. In this concluding paper, we analyse them together and investigate their interaction. We find that none of the variables except financial constraints play any role in determining...