Bank of Finland research discusses entrepreneurial optimism


A discussion paper published by the Bank of Finland on April 25, examines the levels of optimism among entrepreneurs, and finds more educated or industry-experienced entrepreneurs are less likely to be optimistic.

Authors Ari Hyytinen, Jukka Lahtonen and Mika Pajarinen surveyed entrepreneurs in the US and Finland, and found generally high levels of optimism among the sample group.

The authors write that they found a correlation between levels of optimism and levels of education and industry

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