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Sustainability, Vol. 11, Pages 2866: Surviving through Incubation Based on Entrepreneurship-Specific Human Capital Development: The Moderating Role of Tenants` Network Involvement (Sustainability)
 




Drawing upon human capital theory and the co-production view of business support processes, this paper investigates the moderating effects of network involvement on entrepreneurship-specific human capital (ESHC) that determines the tenants’ survival in an incubator. Longitudinal data between 2006 and 2009 of 71 ventures located in an incubator in China have been collected and analyzed. The research confirms that network involvement strengthens the influence of entrepreneurial experience on tenants’ successful graduation, but does not impact the relationship between entrepreneurial family background and tenants’ graduation.


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