Do Structural Holes and Network Connectivity Really Affect Entrepreneurial Performance?

Research shows that are associated with . Yet the explanatory variables will tend to be correlated, and multicollinearity may skew the results. The use of can nevertheless generate reliable estimates. The methodology can also identify possible reverse causal orders. Here a network of building their own hydroelectric micro-power plants is studied. The use of shows that structural holes and network connectivity have strong and additive effects on performance, and with a particular focus on rural entrepreneurs in developing countries, the findings’ implications are discussed.

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