Analyzing the impact of entrepreneurial experience

02/25/2014 | Harvard Business Review online/HBR Blog Network

Experience as an entrepreneur isn't necessarily correlated with future success, according to a study from the Centre for European Economic Research. "[T]he value of past entrepreneurial success may be less about ensuring that a founder has gained necessary learning, and more a way for investors to guess at that founder's ability," writes Walter Frick, an associate editor at Harvard Business Review.

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