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The Influence of Support by a Network with Structural Holes on the Performance of Student Startups
Journal of Business Theory and Practice
<p>This paper analyses the influence of the support from the environment, in which students live and work, on the success of student startups. A unique experiment was conducted, in which one group of students was confronted with a network of external specialists and the other group was not confronted with this network. This experiment dealt with the endogeneity problem that is often related with social networks, because this time part of the network was externally delivered to the startupsdoi:10.22158/jbtp.v2n2p179 fatcat:foqcd4rshjg67ageffct66pqxy