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Entrepreneurship and the creation of small firms : empirical studies of new ventures / edited by Carin Holmquist, Johan Wiklund.

Contributor(s): Holmquist, Carin, 1948- | Wiklund, Johan.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar, c2010Description: xi, 214 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781848440418 (hbk.).Subject(s): Entrepreneurship | New business enterprises | Small business | Entrepreneurship -- Sweden | New business enterprises -- Sweden | Small business -- SwedenSummary: "Entrepreneurship research often presupposes similarities between national contexts despite evidence of extensive differences. This timely study focuses on the important issue of new venture creation using a variety of data sources, methods and theories." "The authors demonstrate the factors that aid or hinder new venture creation in a number of settings. The empirical context underpinning this research is Sweden - a small open economy with a renowned quality of data that allows important research questions to be uniquely addressed with great concern for relevance and policy implications."--BOOK JACKET.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

"Entrepreneurship research often presupposes similarities between national contexts despite evidence of extensive differences. This timely study focuses on the important issue of new venture creation using a variety of data sources, methods and theories." "The authors demonstrate the factors that aid or hinder new venture creation in a number of settings. The empirical context underpinning this research is Sweden - a small open economy with a renowned quality of data that allows important research questions to be uniquely addressed with great concern for relevance and policy implications."--BOOK JACKET.

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