Business Creation in the United States: Panel Study of Entrepreneurial Dynamics II Initial Assessment
Now Publishers Inc, 2008 - Business & Economics - 158 pages
Business Creation in the United States presents the results of The Panel Study of Entrepreneurial Dynamics [PSED] II and is the only nationally representative dataset of new business creation providing a critical source of information on the early stages of the entrepreneurial process. It is designed to provide an overview which can form the basis for exploring more issues relevant to specific theories or conceptual frameworks.
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Research Program Overview
Participation in the Startup Process
Status after the Initial Followup
Costs of Participation
High Impact Nascent Enterprises
Overview and Implications
PSED I and PSED II
Change in Detailed Interview Survey Enterprises
PSED II Data Sets
E Publications and Papers based on the Panel
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