Business Creation in the United States by Paul D Reynolds, Richard T Curtin

By Paul D Reynolds, Richard T Curtin

Company construction within the usa offers the result of The Panel examine of Entrepreneurial Dynamics [PSED] II and is the one nationally consultant dataset of recent company production supplying a severe resource of data at the early phases of the entrepreneurial procedure. it's designed to supply an summary which could shape the foundation for exploring extra matters appropriate to express theories or conceptual frameworks.

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Further analyses of reported start-up activities identify those who initiated startups over ten years before the initial detailed interview. The cohorts of nascent entrepreneurs are reduced to 747 for PSED I and 947 for PSED II when only “recent” confirmed active nascent entrepreneurs are included. It would be, of course, more efficient if there was some way to identify the recent confirmed active nascent entrepreneurs from the very beginning of the process, perhaps during the screening interview.

This was reflected in more never married men and men in households without children in the PSED II cohort. These changes were less apparent for women. 5 Motivations and Orientations Toward Entrepreneurship A number of personal orientations or perspectives related to entrepreneurship have been measured. Perhaps most relevant are differences in motivations to create new firms, personal preferences and attributes, current career options, and preferences regarding the growth of the new business. A well-developed set of 14 items was used to determine the motivational emphasis of the nascent entrepreneurs in the PSED II phone interview.

PSED II is based on a representative sample of nascent entrepreneurs identified in late 2005 and early 2006 with follow-ups at 12 and 24 months. This report provides a preliminary assessment of the initial screening and the first follow-up interviews for PSED II. Although there is a six year lag between the identification of nascent entrepreneur cohorts in these two projects the research procedures were almost identical. The assessment focuses on a comparison between these two representative samples of US nascent entrepreneurs.

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