By Sarah SteimerA period of unemployment may seem like the perfect time to experiment with starting a new business — but unemployment insurance (UI) benefits may actually deter people from entrepreneurship. According to a new study published in the Strategic … Continue reading Unemployment Benefits May Not be so Beneficial to Would-be Entrepreneurs
Originally published at SMS Journals Press Releases Multi-business firms have flexibility advantages over single-business rivals because they have the option to redeploy resources across businesses. This flexibility, it has been assumed without empirical evidence, is purported to inspire quicker exits … Continue reading Market Exit: Divestment or Redeployment
by Gábor Békés, Gabriel R.G. Benito, Davide Castellani and Balázs Muraközy A medium-sized chemical manufacturer from Bologna in Italy is already exporting its products across the European Union (EU) and is considering extending its international activities. Its management is discussing … Continue reading Into the Unknown: A Richer Way to Capture Firm Internationalization
by Regan Stevenson, Alex Kier and Shannon Taylor As the economy looks to recover from a once in a century pandemic, small business grant funding has become a hot topic of interest for politicians, the media, and society at large. … Continue reading Small Business Grants are Everywhere in 2021, But Do They Actually Work?
by Thomas Åstebro & Florian Hoos Social entrepreneurship is characterized by a deep commitment to a social cause and the desire to develop new business models with economic, social, and ecological impacts. But can people be trained to become better … Continue reading Does Social Entrepreneurship Training Work? – Only if Carefully Designed