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Successful entrepreneurship often requires innovative employees. Attracting this type of
employee is therefore critical to the success of many new ventures. Signaling theory suggests
that job advertisement wording signals job seekers about key organizational characteristics.
Both academics and practitioners generally agree that management experience serves as
an important factor in determining entrepreneurial venture success; however, prior literature
reviews have found no consistent empirical link between management experience and
entrepreneurial firm performance....
Recent research suggests that entrepreneurs unwittingly may be practicing an
“entrepreneurial method” that is similar to the scientific method practiced by scientists. The
entrepreneurial method is similar to the scientific method in that it comprises a general
approach that applies across the...
This study investigates the relationship between managerial characteristics and
succession planning in family businesses. Data was obtained from the owner-managers
of 883 small and medium-sized family businesses in nine diverse countries, and was
statistical tested using hierarchal regression....
This paper examines the health impact of being self-employed versus working for
others among older adults (aged 50+) and its implications. Facing an aging workforce,
self-employment at older ages may provide an economic benefit via an alternative to
retirement. However, little research has...
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