Kristian Nielsen (Aalborg University) and Saras Sarasvathy (Darden School of Business) recently published the article "A Market for Lemons in Serial Entrepreneurship? Exploring Type I and Type II Errors in the Restart Decision" in Academy of Management Discoveries. The study explores who makes the right and wrong decision to reenter entrepreneurship and, hence, active and passive learning from entrepreneurial experience, based on Danish register data. The findings are used to build a new theoretical framework of habitual entrepreneurship.
Read the full article: http://amd.aom.org/content/2/3/247.abstract