Handbook of Research on Entrepreneurship and Regional Development: National and Regional Perspectives

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Michael Fritsch
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2013 - Business & Economics - 360 pages
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•. . . the book is an important reading in the field of entrepreneurship. One of its main contributions is that it clearly shows that the process of new firm formation is a regional event. The chapters are rich in theoretical insights and data, and are va
 

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Contents

introduction and overview
1
2 Globalization entrepreneurship and the region
11
3 Regional determinants of entrepreneurial activities theories and empirical evidence
33
empirical evidence interpretation and avenues for further research
58
5 Entrepreneurship urbanization economies and productivity of European regions
107
gazelles revisited
133
7 Firm growth institutions and structural transformation
175
8 Inadvertent infrastructure and regional entrepreneurship policy
216
9 Universities entrepreneurship and local economic development
252
Name index
335
Subject index
342
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