How did COVID-19 affect entrepreneurship and the creation of new businesses? Christoph Albert, Andrea Caggese, Beatriz González, and Victor Martin-Sanchez study the impact of the pandemic and the subsequent recession on new businesses’ dynamics using survey data for Spain.
Research by Louise Lindbjerg and Theodor Vladasel indicates that former business founders are uniquely endowed with the skills for generating innovation revenue when recruited by firms.
Mircea Epure and Martí Guasch identify the possible mechanisms underneath investors’ assessments of a start-up’s future potential.
Gabriela Calderón, Jesse M. Cunha, and Giacomo De Giorgi conducted a randomized controlled trial by providing business training to small and micro female entrepreneurs in the poor, rural Mexican state of Zacatecas.