Are ‘Better’ Ideas More Likely to Succeed? An Empirical Analysis of Startup Evaluation
August 21, 2015 Editor 0
New research by Pian Shu and colleagues examines whether early-stage assessment of a startup idea by experienced entrepreneurs and executives can predict its future commercial viability.
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