This volume provides a comprehensive review of the theoretical concepts and empirical models of entrepreneurship from a non-conventional perspective. It makes recent advances in the theory and application of the economics of entrepreneurship accessible to a wider audience, including policy makers. It emphasizes data requirements to advance the future research agenda and to allow for a better design and monitoring of entrepreneurial policy.or experience should increase the probability of becoming an entrepreneur. The essays of Evans and Leighton (1989a), Blanchflower and Meyer (1994), Schuetze (2000), Clark and Drinkwater ... 1995 and from the 1991 Census Sample of Anonymised Records.8 Despite these results being reasonable and expected, thereanbsp;...
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