Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/96690
Type: Report
Title: ACE research briefing paper 004 : emerging and young high potential start-ups
Author: Steffens, P.R.
Davidsson, P.
Gordon, S.R.
James, N.
Senyard, J.M.
Stuetzer, M.
Publisher: Queensland University of Technology
Issue Date: 2011
Series/Report no.: ACE Research Briefing Paper
Assignee: Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research
Statement of
Responsibility: 
Paul Steffens, Per Davidsson, Scott Gordon, Neil James, Julienne Senyard, Michael Stuetzer
Abstract: In this report we take a look at what separates high potential emerging and young start-ups from others. We compare the characteristics, intentions and behaviours of start-ups that we judge to be ’high potential’ with other start-ups. We utilise the first two years of data from the CAUSEE study. We also compare Australian start-ups with a similar study conduced in the US.
Keywords: small firm management and growth; new venture creation and strategy; teams and networking; special topic; CAUSEE; emerging; high potential; practitioner
Rights: Copyright 2011 The Authors & Queensland University of Technology
RMID: 0030039103
Published version: http://eprints.qut.edu.au/50133/
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