Professor J.P. Eggers' research on serial entrepreneurs is cited
— September 2, 2015
Excerpt from Inc. -- "In March, New York University’s Stern School of Business released a study that demonstrates something most people know intuitively: Serial entrepreneurs fare better when they stick to their knitting. Startup founders benefit from the experience gained running a prior business in the same industry, even if that prior business failed. 'Leveraging your industry-specific knowledge from one venture to the next can be incredibly valuable,' says J.P. Eggers, an associate professor at Stern."