Entrepreneurial intentions subsequent to firm exit
Joris Meijaard (),
David Audretsch () and
Erik Stam ()
No N200506, Scales Research Reports from EIM Business and Policy Research
While a large literature has emerged focusing on nascent entrepreneurship, the propensity for exentrepreneurs to consider re-entering into entrepreneurship, or what we term here as renascent entrepreneurship, has been generally overlooked. This paper suggests a different view of learning, where the entrepreneur can utilize her capacity to absorb and learn from the initial entrepreneurial experience, thereby augmenting her initial endowment of entrepreneurial skills.
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