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Hybrid entrepreneurship, simultaneous employment and entrepreneurship, is increasingly prevalent. We theorize entrepreneurial entry as one possible outcome of a two-stage new employment search process 1) decision to search for a job, attempt a start-up, or both and 2) outcome of start-up attempts. Stage 2 is critically different for hybrid (employed) nascent entrepreneurs who have greater access to resources and experience lower risk but also more salient alternative employment options. Using a novel longitudinal panel of new employment opportunity seekers, we find that employment status matters and that “parallel search” for a new job is detrimental to successful entrepreneurial entry.
- Entrepreneurial process
- Hybrid entrepreneurship
- Parallel search
- Start-up decision
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- 2 Talks and presentations in private or public companies
Kim Klyver (Guest lecturer)29. Jan 2021
Activity: Talks and presentations › Talks and presentations in private or public companies