A response to Honig and Samuelsson (2014)
Frédéric Delmar ()
Journal of Business Venturing Insights, 2015, vol. 3, issue C, 1-4
Honig and Samuelsson (2014) recently published an article in this outlet criticizing “Does business planning facilitate the development of new ventures? “a paper I wrote with Scott Shane nearly 15 years ago. They claim that their effort adds to the discussion of (a) the merits of business planning, (b) data replication and extension, (c) sample selection bias, (d) evaluation of normative research and (e) publication standards. However, most of the claims they make are incorrect.
Keywords: Business planning; Nascent entrepreneurship; Longitudinal data; Cohort design (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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