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Cash-out or flame-out! opportunity cost and entrepreneurial strategy

Ashish Arora

Cash-out or flame-out! opportunity cost and entrepreneurial strategy

theory, and evidence from the information security industry

by Ashish Arora

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAshish Arora, Anand Nandkumar.
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 1532, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 15532.
ContributionsNandkumar, Anand., National Bureau of Economic Research.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23998235M
LC Control Number2009656088

That analysis of opportunity costs saved us approximately $30, per year. Sure, there was a trade off to live in a smaller, less amenity-loaded house. But when comparing the opportunity costs of each, we made the choice and have been happier with our new home than we ever could have imagined.


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Cash-out or flame-out. Opportunity cost and entrepreneurial strategy: Theory, and evidence from the information security industry Ashish Arora and Anand Nandkumar NBER Working Paper No. November JEL No. J4,L26,O3 ABSTRACT We analyze how entrepreneurial opportunity cost conditions performance.

We depart from the literatureCited by: Using a novel dataset of information security startups we find that entrepreneurs with high opportunity costs are not only more likely to cash-out but they are also more likely to fail. As well, our results confirm the predicted role of venture quality in conditioning the relationship between entrepreneurial opportunity cost and entrepreneurial Cited by: Cash-Out or Flameout.

Opportunity Cost and Entrepreneurial Strategy: Theory, and Evidence from the Information Security Industry. Ashish Arora, Anand NandkumarCited by: Cash-Out or Flame-Out. Opportunity Cost and Entrepreneurial Strategy: Theory, and Evidence from the Information Security Industry NBER Working Paper No.

wCited by: Cash-Out or Flame-Out. Opportunity Cost and Entrepreneurial Strategy: Theory, and Evidence from the Information Security Industry. Arora, A and Nandkumar, A () Cash-Out or Flame-Out. Opportunity Cost and Entrepreneurial Strategy: Theory, and Evidence from the Information Security Cited by: Published Papers Nandkumar, Anand., Ashish Arora.

() "Cash-out or flame-out. Opportunity cost and entrepreneurial strategy: Theory, and evidence from the information security industry", Management Science, 57 (10), – Abstract: a measure of entrepreneurial performance, we model both failure and cash-out (liquidity event) as conditioned by the same underlying process.

Cash-out or flame-out. Opportunity cost and entrepr eneurial strategy: Theory, and evidence from the information security industry Ashish Arora Fuqua School of Business, Duke University and NBER 1 Towerview Drive, Durham, NC Tel Fax: [email protected], Anand Nandkumar 1 Indian School of Business.

Cash-out or flame-out. Opportunity cost and entrepreneurial strategy: Theory, and evidence from the information security industry Ashish Arora, Anand Nandkumar. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in November NBER Program(s):Productivity, Cash-out or flame-out!

opportunity cost and entrepreneurial strategy book, and Entrepreneurship Program. We analyze how entrepreneurial opportunity cost conditions performance.

Instead, many entrepreneurs aim for a cash-out (IPO or acquisition), especially in innovation based industries. Striving for a cash-out makes mistakes more likely and increases the probability of failure.

High opportunity cost entrepreneurs will attempt to cash-out (IPO or friendly acquisition) quickly, even if it implies a higher risk of failure. Ashish Arora & Anand Nandkumar, "Cash-out or flame-out. Opportunity cost and entrepreneurial strategy: Theory, and evidence from the information security industry," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

Instead, many entrepreneurs aim for a cash-out (IPO or acquisition), especially in innovation based industries. Striving for a cash-out makes mistakes more likely and increases the probability of failure.

High opportunity cost entrepreneurs will attempt to cash-out (IPO or friendly acquisition) quickly, even if it implies a higher risk of software-comparativo.com: Ashish Arora and Anand Nandkumar. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): We analyze how entrepreneurial opportunity cost conditions performance.

We depart from the literature on entrepreneurship which identifies survival with performance. Instead, many entrepreneurs aim for a cash-out (IPO or acquisition), especially in innovation based industries.

Get this from a library. Cash-out or flame-out. Opportunity cost and entrepreneurial strategy: Theory, and evidence from the information security industry.

[Ashish Arora; Anand Nandkumar] -- We analyze how entrepreneurial opportunity cost conditions performance.

We depart from the literature on entrepreneurship which identifies survival with performance. NBER WORKING PAPER SERIES CASH-OUT OR FLAME-OUT. OPPORTUNITY COST AND ENTREPRENEURIAL STRATEGY: THEORY, AND EVIDENCE FROM THE INFORMATION SECURITY INDUSTRY. By Ashish Arora and Anand NandkumarAshish Arora.

Get this from a library. Cash-out or flame-out. opportunity cost and entrepreneurial strategy: theory, and evidence from the information security industry. [Ashish Arora; Anand Nandkumar; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- "We analyze how entrepreneurial opportunity cost conditions performance.

We depart from the literature on entrepreneurship which identifies survival with performance. BibTeX @MISC{Arora09nberworking, author = {Ashish Arora and Anand Nandkumar and Ashish Arora and Ashish Arora and Anand Nandkumar}, title = {NBER WORKING PAPER SERIES CASH-OUT OR FLAME-OUT.

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“Entrepreneurial opportunity cost is a case in point. On one hand such costs raise the threshold for staying on; on the other hand, they affect the strategies of entrepreneurs, which in turn affect measured rates of survival and cash-out.

Keywords: entrepreneurship, founder human capital, employee human capital, firm performance. Cash-Out or Flame-Out. Opportunity Cost and Entrepreneurial Strategy: Theory, and Evidence from the Information Security Industry High-Technology Entrepreneurship in Silicon Valley Opportunities and Opportunity software-comparativo.com: Rui Baptista, Francisco Lima, Joana Mendonça.

Entrepreneurship is an integral part of economic change and growth. Yet until recently it has been largely neglected by economists. In The Economics of Entrepreneurship, Simon C. Parker draws on theoretical insights and recent empirical findings to show how economics can contribute to our understanding of software-comparativo.com: Simon C.

Parker. This concept of opportunity cost is significant for the manager while decision making. This opportunity cost or the alleged cost is not exactly incurred by any firm or organization (Marburger and Peterson, ).

Opportunity Cost is a basic idea in financial matters that applies to all types of choice making. QUT Law Review Volume 17 (1) – Special Issue: Personal Insolvency – A Fresh Start QUT Law Review 17 (1), October | 58 in Finland3 to 73 per cent in the United States,4 it can be concluded that bankruptcies have considerable financial impact on creditors and on.

Cash-out or flame-out. Opportunity cost and entrepreneurial strategy: Theory, and evidence from the information security industry NBER Working Papers, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc View citations (2) See also Journal Article in Management Science () Securing Their Future.

Entry And Survival In The Information Security Industry. Using a novel dataset of information security startups, we find that entrepreneurs with high opportunity costs are not only more likely to cash out more quickly but are also more likely to fail.

NBER Papers in JEL Code L2: Industrial Organization - Firm Objectives, Organization, and Behavior. Oct 13,  · Ashish Arora and Anand Nandkumar (), 'Cash-Out or Flameout. Opportunity Cost and Entrepreneurial Strategy: Theory, and Evidence from the Information Security Industry' Robert Cressy (), 'Why do Most Firms Die Young?' PART VII CREATING ENTREPRENEURIAL ENVIRONMENTS The Hardcover of the Entrepreneurship and Leadership by Donald F.

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Kuratko. A complex mix of attitudes, traits, motives, skills, capabilities, styles and mental mindsets contributes to entrepreneurial leadership.

The current volume brings together perspectives from leading scholars in the entrepreneurship and management disciplines that inform our understanding of the nature of, requirements for, and implications resulting from entrepreneurial leadership.

Are new business owners attracted or forced to go entrepreneurial. An ‘opportunity’ a much higher opportunity cost than ‘necessity’ entrepreneurs.

Since ‘opportunity’ entrepreneurs are attracted to self-employment with the identification of some business opportunities, they are more likely to establish new.

Opportunity cost is an economic term that is defined as the cost of passing up the next best alternative when making a decision. For instance, if an asset such as capital is used for one purpose, the opportunity cost is the value of the next best purpose for which the asset could have been used.

Aug 08,  · The opportunity cost is comparable because there are obviously costs related to hiring new employees and training him/her to replace old employee.

It is easy to find out how much one has lost there. But entrepreneurship and job are two entirely different concepts and opportunity costs cannot be.

Table of contents for Strategic Direction vol. 28 no. 4, Search. Advanced search. Strategic Direction Category: Credit‐crisis “villains” brought to book. Cash-out or flameout.

Opportunity cost and entrepreneurial strategy: theory, and evidence from the information security industry. Oct 13,  · In this paper, the start-up process is split conceptually into four stages: considering entrepreneurship, intending to start a new business in the next 3 years, nascent entrepreneurship and owning-managing a newly established business.

We investigate the determinants of all of these jointly, using a multinomial logit model; it allows for the effects of resources and capabilities to vary across.

Hypothesis: The lower the opportunity costs of entrepreneurs, the more likely they are to undertake entrepreneurial activities. Although in theory the concept of opportunity costs is well-defined, it is a somewhat more elusive concept in practice.

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Managing the Opportunity-to-Cash process within one platform has been a dream since the earliest days of enterprise software. Typically companies struggled with siloed processes, manual steps, and bottlenecks. It was rare to find a solution that would allow you to.

A little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing: Entrepreneurial experience and new venture disengagement. Opportunity cost and entrepreneurial strategy: theory, and evidence from the information security industry. Manag. Sci., 57 (10) (), pp.

BOOK, Cheltenham, UK () Google software-comparativo.com by: 2. Jan 06,  · Simply stated, an opportunity cost is the cost of a missed opportunity. It is the opposite of the benefit that would have been gained had an action, not taken, been taken—the missed opportunity.

Small firms pursuing a cost-leadership strategy have an advantage in reaching customers whose primary purchase criterion is price. Skatell's, a small jewelry store with three locations, designs and manufactures much of its own jewelry while its competitors (many of them large department stores) sell standard, "off-the-shelf" jewelry.

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He currently teaches Entrepreneurial Strategy for Innovation Based Ventures, and Emerging Markets Strategy. He serves as departmental editor, Management Science, served as an editor of Research Policy between -and is on the editorial board of Strategic Management Journal, Research Policy, Industrial and Corporate Change, Information.those situations in which new goods, services, raw materials, and organizing methods can be sold at greater than their cost of production entrepreneurial action action through the creation of new products/ processes and/or the entry into new markets, which may occur through a newly created organization or within an established organization.Operations Research Subject Areas on Research.