Abstract

Serial entrepreneurs are often viewed as better than novice entrepreneurs thanks to the experience accumulated with their previous ventures. But are those entrepreneurs any better if they have succeeded or failed in their previous ventures and how do they compare to one-time entrepreneurs? This paper studies the success of 445 serial entrepreneurs out of a group of more than 2’700 entrepreneurs, more specifically through more than 2’700 start-ups linked to Stanford University.

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