Revisiting the Small-Firm Effect on Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Firm Dissolutions
Organization Science, Volume 27, Issue 4, 2016, Pages 893-910.
Afrequent claim in the entrepreneurship literature is that employees learn to become entrepreneurs during paid employment. We revisit this mechanism in the context of the well-established finding that smaller firms generate higher rates of entrepreneurship. We propose a novel mechanism responsible for higher rates of entrepreneurship eman...More
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