Adrian Merida and Vera Rocha's work published in Research Policy

November 9, 2020
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Adrian Merida and Vera Rocha's work published in Research Policy

The paper uses data on Danish university graduates to examine whether and how entrepreneurial experience influences people labor market value. In particular the study concludes that, compared to people who have never been entrepreneurs, early entrepreneurs earn higher wages, while late entrepreneurs experience a significant wage penalty in the long run. Both the timing and the type of entrepreneurial experience shape individuals’ subsequent career trajectories and employers’ uncertainty about their value, which partly explain long-term wage differentials.

 

The full text of the article is available at:

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0048733320302109

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ADRIÁN LUIS MÉRIDA

ADRIÁN LUIS MÉRIDA

Assistant Professor of Management

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