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|Title:||Business creation processes in Australia : what start-up attempts get up and running, and why? - A preliminary assessment|
|Publisher:||Queensland University of Technology|
|Assignee:||Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship|
|Per Davidsson, Paul Steffens, Scott R. Gordon, Christophe Garonne, Julienne Senyard|
|Abstract:||The Comprehensive Australian Study of Entrepreneurial Emergence (CAUSEE) is the largest study of new firm formation that has ever been undertaken in Australia. CAUSEE follows the development of several samples of new and emerging firms over time. In this report we focus on the drivers of outcomes – in terms of reaching an operational stage vs. terminating the effort – of 493 randomly selected nascent firms whose founders have been comprehensively interviewed on two occasions, 12 months apart. We investigate the outcome effects of three groups of variables: Characteristics of the Venture; Resources Used in the Start-Up Process and Characteristics of the Start-Up Process Itself.|
|Keywords:||Entrepreneurship; Business Creation; Per Davidsson; CAUSEE|
|Rights:||Copyright status unknown|
|Appears in Collections:||Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation, and Innovation Centre publications|
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