This post is part of a monthly series seeking to answer the question: what’s being read by academics with an interest in entrepreneurship?
Over the past couple of months (June and July), we’ve been working to find a better answer to this question.
Using data from the Social Science Research Network’s (SSRN) repository of most-downloaded papers, we have reviewed the top papers in entrepreneurship each month.
This month, we pulled that data once again, but also sought to answer a new question: of new papers posted to SSRN in the past two months, which have received the most attention? Looking at downloads of new papers posted since July 18, 2015, we have answers.
While most top-downloaded papers in August have been popular papers over the past several months, it is exciting to see that some of the top have been new papers posted in the last 60 days.
Keep up with us here as we continue to explore these questions — and for leads on the most popular papers in entrepreneurship!
For other related papers, check out SSRN’s Entrepreneurship Research & Policy Network.
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