Entrepreneurship and Economic Development
Leading international scholars provide a timely reconsideration of how and why entrepreneurship matters for economic development, particularly in emerging and developing economies. The book critically dissects the evolving relationship between entrepreneurs and the state.
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Audretsch average behaviour business registry cent Chapter competitive Country Index Ranking country’s data set developing countries dimensions dynamics economic development economic growth effects employment entrepre entrepreneurial activity entrepreneurial economy entrepreneurship in developing Entrepreneurship Index fixed costs formal global governance human capital IBRD ICANN ICRG impact important income Index Ranking Country indicators industry innovating firm innovative enterprise International investments Joseph Schumpeter knowledge labour Lazonick managed economy measures Naudé neoclassical network resources neurship nomic non-state opportunity organization period preneurship private sector productive Ranking Country Index regional registered regulation relationship rent-seeking role self-employment significant social capital South Korea sovereign start-up costs Table theory Thurik tion WBGES Weight World Bank Worldwide Governance Indicators