Keywords

review, economics, entrepeneurship

Abstract

Parker (Univ. of Western Ontario, Canada) analyzes the connection between economics and entrepreneurship. Specifically, he shows how academic studies such as economics, policy, and social issues relate to entrepreneurship. The book is organized in four parts: selection (theories, empirical methods, determinants, and evidence), finance (debt, venture capital, angel finance, crowd-funding, wealth, etc.), performance (growth, job creation, innovation, survival, etc.), and public policy (policies, regulation, taxation, etc.). At the end of each, a concluding section provides a summary, a list of opportunities for future research, an extensive reference section, and an index.

Original Publication Citation

Camacho, L. (2018). The economics of entrepreneurship. Choice, 56(2), 232. Retrieved from http://erl.lib.byu.edu/login/?url=https://www-proquest-com.erl.lib.byu.edu/trade-journals/economics-entrepreneurship/docview/2113192379/se-2?accountid=4488

Document Type

Other

Publication Date

2018

Publisher

American Library Association

Language

English

College

Harold B. Lee Library

University Standing at Time of Publication

Administration

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