David Storey

University of Sussex - School of Business, Management and Economics

Falmer, Brighton BN1 9SL

United Kingdom

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

8

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Scholarly Papers (8)

1.

New Venture Survival and Growth: Does the Fog Lift?

IEB Working Paper No. 2013/036
Number of pages: 44 Posted: 15 Mar 2014
Waseda University, Independent, Independent and University of Sussex - School of Business, Management and Economics
Downloads 76 (389,420)
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entrepreneurship, firm growth, survival, exit probability, coefficient of determination, selection environment, Gambler’s Ruin theory, Strategic Entrepreneurship, cohort study

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Too Fast to Live? Effects of Growth on Survival Across the Growth Distribution

Number of pages: 51 Posted: 06 Jul 2017
Alex Coad, Julian Frankish and David Storey
Waseda University, Independent and University of Sussex - School of Business, Management and Economics
Downloads 68 (413,842)
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Firm growth; survival; failure; Penrose effects; high-growth firms; post-entry growth; scale-up

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Are Firm Growth Paths Random? A Reply to 'Firm Growth and the Illusion of Randomness'

Number of pages: 7 Posted: 25 Jan 2015
Waseda University, Independent, University of Birmingham and University of Sussex - School of Business, Management and Economics
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Firm growth, growth paths, autocorrelation, randomness, Gambler’s Ruin, Gibrat’s Law

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Predicting New Venture Survival and Growth: Does the Fog Lift?

Small Business Economics, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 25 Posted: 29 Mar 2016
Waseda University, Independent, University of Birmingham and University of Sussex - School of Business, Management and Economics
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Entrepreneurship, Firm growth, Survival analysis, Coefficient of determination, Selection environment, Gambler’s Ruin Theory

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Is Entrepreneurship a Route Out of Deprivation?

Number of pages: 40 Posted: 25 Jun 2013
Independent, Independent, Waseda University and University of Sussex - School of Business, Management and Economics
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Deprived Areas, Entrepreneurship, Public Policy, Housing, Deprivation

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Business Experience and Start-Up Size: Buying More Lottery Tickets Next Time Around?

Number of pages: 25 Posted: 12 Dec 2012
Waseda University, Independent, University of Sussex - Science and Technology Policy Research Unit (SPRU), Independent and University of Sussex - School of Business, Management and Economics
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Start-up size, entrepreneurship, business experience, learning, quantile treatment effects

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Taking the Entrepreneur out of Entrepreneurship

Number of pages: 18 Posted: 22 Jun 2021
Alex Coad and David Storey
Waseda University and University of Sussex - School of Business, Management and Economics
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New firm growth and survival, Gambler’s Ruin, Random Walk, Fooled by randomness

Occupational Choice, Number of Entrepreneurs and Output: Theory and Empirical Evidence with Spanish Data

SWPS 2013-13
Number of pages: 33 Posted: 24 Feb 2016
University of Zaragoza - Department of Business Administration and Organization, University of Zaragoza - Department of Business Administration and Organization and University of Sussex - School of Business, Management and Economics
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Occupational Choice, Number of Entrepreneurs and Output: Theory and Empirical Evidence with Spanish Data

Science and Technology Policy Research, Working Paper Series No. 2013-13
Posted: 24 Feb 2016 Last Revised: 01 Mar 2016
University of Zaragoza - Department of Business Administration and Organization, University of Zaragoza - Department of Business Administration and Organization and University of Sussex - School of Business, Management and Economics

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