Why entrepreneurs are right to be optimistic

02/14/2014 | Harvard Business Review online/HBR Blog Network

Entrepreneurs may sometimes be accused of looking at the world through rose-colored glasses, but a new study from Lund University in Sweden suggests they may actually be grounded in reality. The study found that entrepreneurs were more likely to be optimistic about the economy, and they were also more likely to be correct in their assessment. "In simple terms, our results suggest that entrepreneurs view the future as bright -- but they are actually right," the authors note.

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