Attitudes of venture capital investors towards entrepreneurs with previous business failure\ud

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Cope, J.; Cave, F.; Eccles, Sue;

Business failure represents a significant outcome of entrepreneurial activity and yet remains an underdeveloped area of research. This article focuses on the attitudes of VC investors towards entrepreneurs with a previous failure experience. It illustrates that VCs reco... View more
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