This paper thus contributes to this debate by using a large longitudinal matched employer-employee dataset that allows us to track individuals and their entrepreneurial experiences over time.

 The topic of entrepreneurial learning has been nurturing a growing debate in the midst of both scholars and policymakers over the most recent years.  Entrepreneurs are believed to accumulate unique knowledge and skills by creating and running new ventures, and by establishing networks with suppliers, customers and other business-owners.  All this know-how accumulated through experience is believed to make serial…

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