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Entrepreneurship In Developing Countries (Cód: 7048346)

Zoltan Acs; Nicola Virgill

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Entrepreneurship In Developing Countries



Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries surveys the literature on entrepreneurship in developing countries, which covers a wide range of issues from culture and values, institutional barriers such as financial sector development, governance, and property rights, to the adequacy of education and technical skills. A broad literature has also developed on foreign direct investment and its positive and negative effects on technology transfer and entrepreneurship. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, a number of studies examined the development of small- and medium-sized enterprises in transition economies. As these economies moved from centralized economies to market economies, enterprise and entrepreneurship became important. Other studies examine the effects of infrastructural development and the macroeconomy on entrepreneurship. With such a wide scope of issues, Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries offers a framework for synthesizing this growing literature. This study offers that the identification of the externalities which affect entrepreneurship provides a useful framework to examine the literature on entrepreneurship in developing countries.

Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries:
• Examines the evolution of development policy - beginning with the colonial period and the
immediate post-colonial era. In both of these periods there were strong government
intervention and a heavy emphasis on government planning for development. An important
cornerstone of the post-colonial period was the use of import substitution programs.
• Second, with the failure of import substitution, many developing countries then switched to
export promotion.
• Third, we set out a framework to explore the literature on entrepreneurship in developing
countries based on the existence of network, knowledge and demonstration, and failure
• Fourth, the authors identify the core policy issues to address these externalities and
argue that internalizing these externalities by finding mechanisms to reward and encourage
the firms and people which produce them, should increase the level of productive
entrepreneurship in developing countries.


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Cód. Barras 9781601983107
Altura 23.40 cm
I.S.B.N. 9781601983107
Profundidade 0.43 cm
Referência 9781601983107
Ano da edição 2010
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 82
Peso 0.13 Kg
Largura 15.60 cm
AutorZoltan Acs; Nicola Virgill