Sometimes it pays off to be the nonconformist entrepreneur

Published on October 27, 2014

Professor Elizabeth Pontikes, in her working paper "When to be a Nonconformist Entrepreneur? Organizational Responses to Vital Events," writes that entrepreneurs who enter a market at its low point are more likely to succeed than those who jump into a booming market.

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