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|Title:||Panel studies of new venture creation : a review and suggestions for future research|
|Citation:||Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, 2010 / vol.2010, iss.1, pp.1-6|
|Publisher:||Academy of Management|
|Conference Name:||Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings (06 Oct 2010 - 10 Oct 2010 : Montreal, Canada)|
|Per Davidsson, Scott R. Gordon|
|Abstract:||We review all journal articles based on “PSED-type” research, i.e., longitudinal, empirical studies of large probability samples of on-going, business start-up efforts. We conclude that the research stream has yielded interesting findings; sometimes by confirming prior research with a less bias-prone methodology and at other times by challenging whether prior conclusions are valid for the early stages of venture development. Most importantly, the research has addressed new, process-related research questions that prior research has shunned or been unable to study in a rigorous manner. The research has revealed an enormous and fascinating variability in new venture creation that also makes it challenging to arrive at broadly valid generalizations. An analysis of the findings across studies as well as an examination of those studies that have been relatively more successful at explaining outcomes give good guidance regarding what is required in order to achieve strong and credible results. We compile and present such advice to users of existing data sets and designers of new projects in the following areas: Statistically representative and/or theoretically relevant sampling; Level of analysis issues; Dealing with process heterogeneity; Dealing with other heterogeneity issues, and Choice and interpretation of dependent variables.|
|Description:||Theme - Dare to Care: Passion and Compassion in Management Practice and Research|
|Rights:||Copyright status unknown|
|Appears in Collections:||Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation, and Innovation Centre publications|
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