Emergence and Survival of New Businesses: Econometric Analyses

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jul 13, 2007 - Business & Economics - 140 pages
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Two very topical research questions are addressed in this book: Which are the determinants of new business formation and their survival, and will business start-ups, especially in the service sector, create employment and thereby generate growth? The analysis is based on a unique dataset consisting of the population of all businesses with at least one employee under social security in Germany in all private industries (manufacturing and services).

 

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Contents

Preface
1
The Effects of New Business Formation on Industry Growth 11 2 1 Introduction 11
12
New Businesses and Regional Development
29
New Business Formation by Industry over Space and Time
51
New Business Survival by Industry over Space and Time 85
86
MicroEconometric Survival Analysis of New Businesses
109
References
127
Index 137
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